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Monday, 12 March 2007

The Italian Job: Fettucine Arrabiata

Royston from Bromley sends us this warming slice of the Mediterranean - Reggae Reggae fettucine arrabiata.


1 x onion
1 x red chilli
1 x clove of garlic
1 x tin of chopped tomatoes
Pasta (whatever type - there's no need to be picky)
Reggae Reggae Sauce

It's pretty simple to make: just fry up the chopped onion, the finely chopped red chilli and a crushed clove of garlic in a pan (using olive oil, of course). Then add a tin of chopped of tomatoes and a splash of RRS (for extra heat) and simmer for 5 minutes. Top a bowl of pasta with the sauce and add grated parmesan and freshly ground black pepper.

We're totally bought into this. We like Italian food. We also think the RRS will add some gentle heat to this recipe.

What we are concerned about, Royston, is that you're serving this on some kind of satanic altar. Who eats spicy pasta off a marble plinth surrounded by church candles?

Verdict: A heavenly 9/10. Please don't kill us.


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