Too many of my friends are intimidated by cooking risotto, but in reality it’s not too complex. You do have to pay attention to the cooking times, and it’s not a “set and forget” dish, but technically there’s not too much to master. And once you have the basics – you can make thousands of different risottos.
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Agnolotti, ravioli, tortellini….it’s all so good. Stuffed pastas allow you to really show your creativity and personality.
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I’m not going to lie to you and say that making your own pasta is the easiest thing in the world, but it’s also important that you know it’s not hardest. I generally only do it if I want to make pasta for a special occasion, or want to make my own stuffed pasta like ravioli or anglelotti. Neither the ingredients, nor the techniques are overly complicated, it just takes a bit of time, and pati
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So, a basic tomato sauce is one of the five mother sauces of French cooking. The mother sauces are called such, because they are the core, or start, to so many other sauces. And true to form, there’s dozens, if not hundreds of different directions you can take this sauce in by adding various meats, vegetables, herbs and spices.
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We’ll talk about making fresh ravioli some other day, today, it’s store bought. My wife and I have pasta once or twice a week and although I love to make pasta from scratch it’s generally more than I want to take on after getting home from work. For this recipe, I just grabbed my favorite store bought package and make a quick sauce with some vegetables. It’s really easy to do and makes a lig