Next to my craving list was pasta, and now I’m choosing Penne Regati as the pasta to be used instead of spaghetti. I called my recipe Pasta Penne Regati with a twist.
You’ll know why I put “with a twist” later.
Now let’s start.
The Ingredients are:
- Penne Regati
- Italian sauce or Filipino Sauce (according to your preferences)
- cheese (for me I used the Eden Melt Sarap cheese as an alternative)
- Nestle Cream
- minced pork or spaghetti sauce
- white onions or the regular onion
- Boil some water on the pot and add a little salt and a little oil for the pasta to be cooked
- while waiting for the pasta to cook and turns into al dente, you may now cook the pasta sauce
- on the pan, put some oil, saute the garlic, onion and the minced pork
- once the pork is already cooked or half cooked (don’t worry if it is half cooked because as long as the fire is on it will be cooked) you may now add the Italian sauce and the cream and then mix them all
- let the sauce cook for awhile
- try to check if the pasta is already al dente, if it is good you may now strain the water and let it cool for awhile
- then, you may now add the penne regati into the sauce and add a little cheese to make it more creamier
- mix them well until all the pasta are coated with the sauce
- once its already cook and well mixed you may now transfer it into a bowl or a tupperware or into an aluminum container or any available one
- coat it with cheese on top
Since we don’t have an oven in the house, this is where the twist will take place, hmmm, think it is really not a twist but a do it yourself one. Instead of an oven I steamed the pasta so that the cheese on the top will melt.
After a few minutes,
Think its not so perfect but still the cheese melted and that’s what I want to achieve in steaming. 👍👍👍
The finish product, my PASTA PENNE REGATI.
Let’s eat everyone. 🍝
P.S I have made two aluminum containers for just an amount of P 365.00 and my family is enjoying it. It’s like a family bonding while eating the recipe I cooked. 😋
ciao everyJuan 😍