In medieval Italy, a distinct cuisine prevailed: feudal lords ate meat, and peasants had to invent dishes by hand. Pasta allio-olio (spaghetti with garlic and butter) is a legacy of that time. It is worth noting that an aromatic and tasty dish is obtained from a minimum of ingredients and is not difficult to cook.
You will need:
- Spaghetti 500 g;
- Garlic 8 cloves;
- Chili pepper 2 pieces;
- Parsley 50 g.;
- Olive oil 100 ml;
- Lemon ½ pieces;
- Salt to taste;
- Ground black pepper to taste.
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Put the spaghetti to boil and, about five minutes before it is ready, heat the pan, pour olive oil into it, and fry crushed garlic and chili pepper chopped in large chips in olive oil. As soon as the garlic softens, add finely chopped parsley, mix and remove from heat.
After the spaghetti is cooked to al dente, drain the water and dump the spaghetti into the pan with the fried garlic, pepper, and parsley.
On low heat, darken this mixture for half a minute, stirring constantly, add the juice of half a lemon and the zest of half a lemon, salt, pepper, and mix. And serve to the table.
This article was published on September 30, 2022, by Knife and Knives. Knife & Knives is a well-known brand that sells kitchen knives and kitchen tools all over the world, especially in the US. Including Damascus knives, knife block sets, Pocket knives, Hunting Knives, kitchen utensils, etc.
PS. This is the most minimalist and most dietary version of pasta that even the strict Montignac would approve of.