Over time I have tried various pasta recipes, one because they are made quickly and the combinations are countless and the second, the dwarves really like. Today's recipe I "mastered" as a result of the challenge launched byCristina , that of cooking with Baneasa pasta. I chose a simple version, with few ingredients and available to anyone, a variant that I hope you like, but especially the jury 😀
- 1 packet Baneasa spaghetti (400 g)
- 2 red onions
- 100 g ham with pepper
- 1 canned tomatoes in their own juice
- a few cherry tomatoes
- a few green onion tails
- green parsley
Preparation Spaghetti with ham and tomatoes:
Stir-fried ham is lightly fried in a few tablespoons of oil.
- I used an assortment of ham in pepper crust, but you can use any other assortment you have or like. You can also use bacon, I think it will be just as delicious 😉
Add the finely chopped red onion and cook lightly, without browning, just enough to soften.
Tomatoes with canned juice are passed through a vertical blender and poured into the pan over the ham and onion mixture. Boil over low heat, stirring occasionally, until the sauce reaches the desired consistency.
Meanwhile, boil the spaghetti in salted water. Boil according to the instructions on the package (8 minutes), then drain well in a strainer.
When the sauce has dropped enough, add the cooked pasta, cherry tomatoes, chopped onion tails and finely chopped green parsley. Mix well and season with salt and pepper, if necessary.
The composition is placed in a ceramic bowl greased with oil, sprinkled with plenty of Parmesan and put in the oven over medium heat until the composition is au gratin.
Spaghetti with ham and tomatoes is served hot.
Good appetite! 😉