Pasta in Arrabiata Sauce


Coming across various foods and dishes in this exciting culinary journey of Hotel Management, I can not leave behind one of the most popular and staple Traditional food of Italian cuisine, not only in Italy, It is a dish which we would found in every part of the world. Pasta made with durum semolina is always served with some sauce to overcome its dry texture,providing it excess moisture, Appealing color and Appetizing taste. Arrabiatta sauce is the most basic among all, made from fresh tomatoes it is all time favorite of most of the people. Let’s checkout the recipe.

Type : Main cource
Time : 15-20 Min
Servings : 2


Ingredients Required: 

  •  150 Gm Pasta (any)
  •  5-6 Medium Ripe Tomatoes
  •  1 Medium onion
  •  2 Tbsp Tomato Puree
  •  1 Tsp Red Chili Flakes
  •  6-8 Cloves Garlic
  •  1 Tsp Oregano/ Italian Seasoning
  •  Salt as required
  •  1/4 Tsp Black Pepper
  •  100-200 ml Water
  •  2 Tbsp Olive oil


1- Boil Pasta till Ala-dante.

2- Roughly chop Tomatoes into dices, Finely chop onions and Garlic

3- Put Oil in a Sauce pan , Add Garlic and Onions into it and saute till onions becomes little Golden


4- Add tomatoes with little salt ,saute for 2 minutes and then add tomato puree and around 120-140 ml of water as required, Cook it for 8-10 minutes till the tomatoes gets soft.


5-  Blend this mixture in a food processor or do it with a hand blender. Again put it on flame, Add chili Flakes, Black pepper and cook it again for 4-5 minutes on high flame.


6- Add the Boiled Pasta, Stir it, Add oregano, Check Seasoning and cook fir 2 minutes.


Put it in A plate and Serve 🙂

Make sauce and Boil Pasta Side by Side to Save Time.
Add little Sugar if sauce gets too much Tangy.
You can also use Homemade Pastas.

Read the Tips To Boil Pasta Perfectly CLICK HERE




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