Tag Archive: pasta

Pasta alla Primavera

It’s a lazy summer day, the whole morning was spent on the hot beach and now you’re tired and hungry. But the thought of a heavy pasta is too much to think about,… Continue reading

Pesto alla Trapanese

For all of you pesto lovers, this is a great variation to the standard pesto alla genovese that we all know and love so dearly. If you feel like pesto, but also feel… Continue reading

Spaghetti Aglio Olio e Peperoncino

Ever get home at 4 in the morning, really, really hungry, but way too lazy to make a proper meal – and so resorted to eating all the junk food you could get… Continue reading

Rigatoni alla Puttanesca

Here’s a classic Italian sauce, the puttanesca. It’s supposed to have anchovies, but to be honest I think it tastes better without them anyway, with a little extra olives and capers instead. It’s… Continue reading

Caribbean Sugo

An old trick I always used back when I wasn’t vegan and I had to feed a lot of my hungry friends was to make a regular sugo and then make it twice… Continue reading

Pesto di Olive

This pasta is pretty simple to make, doesn’t take too long, and tastes absolutely insane. The color might look a bit weird, but don’t worry, I assure you that the taste more than… Continue reading

Umbricelli al Sugo

In most Italian households, sugo al pomodoro, or just sugo, is the standard sauce for pasta. When the cook has had a bad day, or a lazy day, it’s always pasta al sugo… Continue reading

Home Made Umbricelli

Before I start explaining anything, I have to point out that this isn’t a whole recipe – it’s just about how to make the pasta itself. If you want a suggestion as to… Continue reading

Mushroom, Cherry Tomato, and Coconut Milk Pasta

Of all the pastas I’ve been experimenting with, this one I was particularly satisfied with. I picked up the ingredients in about 30 seconds and paid close to nothing, and then started making… Continue reading

Mushroom and Tofu Pasta

This pasta is absolutely delicious, and is quite original as well. While it’s hard for pasta to become too repetitive in the first place, throwing in a sauce like this one now and… Continue reading