"A Pasta as Versatile and Reliable as Your Pantry" Topic
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|Tango01 ||31 Dec 2018 11:59 a.m. PST|
"Most pantry pasta recipes assume that you have a pretty bare larder. Made entirely from ingredients you're likely to have on hand, the recipes are usually some minimalist combination of garlic, olive oil, bread crumbs, chile flakes, and possibly anchovies or Parmesan, or both. Delicious, absolutely, but not reflective of the breadth of even a moderately well-stocked pantry.
This pantry pasta is different: It asks you to reach deeper into your cupboard and fridge, unearthing olives, a couple of onions and that bunch of parsley, spinach or arugula (wilted is fine) you probably have somewhere in there. You'll also need some butter and a lemon…."