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Pasta pomodoro recipe

Majority of guys in Italy they say, like to live with their mothers till they are in their late 30s or maybe 40 or…

I was never one of those, for particulars that far beyond the reasons of this article , at 19 I was left with three young brothers, and my father. Basically there was no time into the thing of being baby sat till you were an adult. you had to grow old soon enough. The correct word was responsibility. Superb word at 19. Enough with that.

You are reading not because you are here to cry on my past experiences but because you want to learn something new. That something new is how to cook pasta pomodoro.

Nice dish and simple to execute.

Without any further ado , there you go

Type of dish: the first
Number of persons: 4
Preparation: 5 min
Cooking: 15 min
Cost: Cheap
Origin: Italy
Difficulty: Easy

Recipe ingredients:
400 g spaghetti
1 medium onion
a tablespoon of oil
4 ripe tomatoes
1 bunch basil

Spaghetti with tomato sauce recipe:
Put to boil in a large pot of water abundance.
Wash and coarsely chopped tomatoes.
Cut the onion into thin slices and put it to cook with the oil in a frying pan.
When is lightly browned add the tomatoes, basil and all the room.
Let the sauce cook for at least 10 minutes.
When the water boils, salt them and pours a shot of all the spaghetti.
Mix it for a minute now and do it several times because they tend to stick during cooking.
Be careful to cook the pasta tasting and always check it when you’re near the end of cooking, do it even if you stick to the time recommended on the package.

This used to be one of my favorite dish to cook alone, for my brothers, for my friends, later for my girlfriends. Till I started cooking it for my beloved wife and our children.

They like it when I go in front of the oven. I compare cooking to music sometimes since I play the piano and keyboards.

when my finger run across the keyboard is as if angels were playing music from God people say. Maybe one day after I finish teaching you about Italian food, I will start on music.

I live in Italy, and Italian is my favorite language. I can teach you, or translate for you just let me know how I can help.

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