Farfalle with Spinach, Mushrooms and Pancetta
This Farfalle with Spinach, Mushrooms and Pancetta recipe, not only looks amazing, but is sure to taste great too. Especially because this Italian pasta recipe comes from an Italian grandmother, and they are undoubtedly some of the best cooks in the world. Italian grandmothers and grandfathers have been doing their fair share of cooking through the generations, and with all that cooking, they have managed to pass down a lot of those recipes from generation to generation.
You can watch the step by step video recipe tutorial by Rossella, along with following the detailed instructions on the site. This delicious pasta recipe can be served any night of the week, it's a quick and amazing pasta recipe that you can have for lunch or dinner, and everyone is sure to love it. Some of the ingredients that you will need for this recipe include fearful pasta, sliced garlic cloves, sliced baby Portobello mushrooms, baby spinach, pancetta cubed, some white wine, some grated pecorino Roman cheese and some olive oil.
To start this recipe you want to boil up a large pot of salted water, and cook the pasta according to the pasta directions so that the pasta is just under Al Dente. Then heat up some oil in a large sauce pan on medium high heat and add the sliced garlic. You can cook the garlic for under a minute and then add the Pancetta. Sauce the garlic and the pancetta for a couple of minutes, and then add the wine. You can lower the heat to medium low and allow the alcohol in the wine to reduce. Then you can add the mushrooms and salt according to your taste, and cook them until they are softened, it doesn't take long. Then you can add the spinach and cook until the spinach is wilted. At this point you can add the pasta and cook for approximately one minute.
Not all of us are lucky enough to have an Italian grandmother or grandfather to pass this treasured archive down to us. But his amazing website is almost the next best thing. These incredible authentic and traditional Italian recipes have been passed down through the years, and on this site you get to experience traditional Italian recipes from those Italian grandmothers that know so much when it comes to cooking.
If you are like most people, you love Italian cooking. There is just something about Italian cooking that just takes us home. It doesn't matter whether or not you are Italian, because most of us are familiar with a good spaghetti and meatball, fettuccine alfredo recipe or lasagna recipe. Its comfort food at its best. The site is run by Rossella is a first generation American born Italian, who was born in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. Her parents of from Italy, and were born in a small fishing village known as Mola. For Rossella and her family, the kitchen was just part of their life, it was as much about hanging out with family and friends, as it was about cooking. Rossella spent a good amount of time hanging out beside her maternal grandmother Roman, where she learned the long legacy of Italian recipes that had been passed down through her family.
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