Spaghetti Aglio E Olio

Spaghetti aglio e olio delicious pasta originally from napoli Spaghetti aglio e olio are pasta dish that come originally from napoli, it's this country special traditonal dish. This Spaghetti aglio e olio made combined with garlic and vegetable oil, the garlic are pressed or minced deend on people appetite, then add some olive oil combined with red chili flakes. For finishing you can add finely chopped parsley with grated permesan and some cheese as this Spaghetti aglio e olio topping. To made it all by yourself you can do it with easy, what you only need is the right ingredients and proper cooking utensils. This Spaghetti aglio e olio special formula that make it so delicious is on the pasta sauce and your cooking process. Never cook it for too long and for sauce you need to add garlic and a little black pepper on the Spaghetti aglio e olio sauce and don't forget to use parsley and permesan for finishing to make a delicious aroma.

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Spaghetti Alle Vongole

Spaghetti alle vongole special pasta dish with clam Spaghetti alle vongole is a special pasta dish that come originally from Rome and Campania, this pasta dish are very popular among Italian. The delicious pasta combined with briny juice that came from the clams will make the sauce even more delicious, restaurant that served this Spaghetti alle vongole always looking for fresh clams to revive this dish delicious taste. Preparation to make Spaghetti alle vongole you need olive oil, garlic, parsley, white wine and rosso plus you can add tomatoes and fresh basil. First you need to cook the clams quickly in hot olive oil and add garlic for more flavour. Second after the clams open and released some liquid then add the firm pasta along with salt and black pepper also like usuall you can add some minced or chopped parsley as Spaghetti alle vongole topping. Spaghetti alle vongole means spaghetti with tiny baby clams in the shell, no more than the size of a thumbnail, with a white wine/garlic sauce. Linguine also may be used for the pasta in preference to spaghetti.

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Tiramisu

Cheese cake with cocoa topping is your best friend in tea time Tiramisu (Tiramesu) is a typical Italian cheese cake with a sprinkling of cocoa powder on it. This cake is a dessert that is eaten with a spoon, so it is classified into the dish "al Cucchiaio" ("with spoon"). This cake is not made of dough and baked. Material is essentially a biscuit soaked in a solution of coffee and mascarpone cheese. Biscuits prepared and coated with whipped cream before it is cooled in the refrigerator so that the shape of the cake is not destroyed when it was served. Characteristic of this cake is the cake soft texture blend with flavors of coffee and strong cheese. Biscuits called Savoiardi biscuits, eggs, sugar, coffee, and cocoa powder is the main ingredient for the original recipe of tiramisu. According to the original recipe, the cake is round, and not mixed with alcohol (rum, Marsala wine, or cognac) because it was originally created for children and parents. For you my friends who do not know, tiramisu cake recipe actually comes from the Italian state. In their home country, once the cake is very well known and usually eaten as a desert after the main course. With lenbut texture cake with lots of cream and flavored coffee feels strong enough, the tiramisu cake recipe is suitable once in meal after a big meal. Such as variations in other cake recipes, bake tiramisu with cream on top of the most fitting when eaten in cold conditions. So, before eating this dessert, you should first put the cake in the refrigerator before eating so that his coffee cream and flavor more pronounced. Variations of tiramisu itself innumerable. Some cooks use as cake or sweet bread panettone instead of ladyfingers. Other types of cheese are also used as a substitute for mascarpone cheese. Some recipes use raw eggs while other recipes do not use eggs at all. Other alcoholic beverages are often also used as a substitute for traditional Marsala wine.

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