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Wanna Plain Pasta Meets Sweet Sour Cranberry Sauce

May 7, 2010

Pasta with cranberry sauce can be credibly prepared with the familiarity of Italian culinary.  The customary ingredients for this one-of-a-kind meal are as follows:

¾ cup of whole berry cranberry sauce (store-bought, presumably)
¾ cup of red wine
4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
Half a pound of Angel hair pasta, also known as capellini
4 medium shallots (sliced, not chopped)
2 medium garlic (sliced, not chopped)
3 medium tomatoes (thinly sliced)
2 teaspoons of red or pepper
2 teaspoons of salt
½ pound of chopped sausages
Half a pound of anchovies

First boil the angel hair pasta in huge boiling pot of water. Reserve a few ladles of the pasta water. On a separate stove, sink as much olive oil which is needed to fill up the pan. Two turns of the pan is recommended for this serving. Stir fry the shallots and garlic until medium brown. After that, add ½ pound of chopped sausages together with the anchovies, and while stirring the ingredients, mesh it with salt and pepper. Turn the heat higher than medium. After approximately 30 seconds add the cranberry sauce into the pan and belt the ingredients together vigorously. As soon as the ingredients blend together add red wine into the concoction.

After 5 minutes of boiling the angel hair pasta, strain them dry and add to the remaining composition of the pan. Stir swiftly every 10 seconds. Touch up the blend with the sliced tomatoes, and promptly turn off the heat.

The exquisiteness of Italian cooking remains in retaining the rightful texture as what is usually preserved in traditional pasta. In the perplexity of preparing a deciding which form of pasta is more appealing for your taste, it is advisory to test your taste buds on a variety such as linguini, fettuccini before trying on macaroni. The type of pasta which is usually opted for a typical spaghetti serving is the angel hair pasta.

This scrumptious meal can be served during large family gatherings especially during Christmas and New Year’s, not to mention how the display of homemade Italian cuisine will prove be a complete brag factor of your advanced cooking skills in the long run.

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