A fresh ingredient like a spring onion can be distinctive enough to carry the weight of an entire recipe.
Here, the spring onion finds an ally in the sun-dried tomato, which in turn brings in a rich, slightly sour taste to a recipe that was sweeter because of the cream and onions…
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Ingredients for 4 persons:
– 500g pappardelle all’uovo
– 2 spring onions
– 4 sun-dried tomatoes
– 200g of low-fat cream
– some cayenne pepper
– salt, olive oil
Boil the papardelle in salted water according to the cooking instructions.
Finely chop the spring onions.
Put the spring onions in a pan with olive oil and sauté until the white part turns clearer.
Slice the tomatoes in long slices.
Turn the heat down, add the cream and the sun-dried tomatoes into the pan. Season with the cayenne pepper.
Drain the papardelle and add the directly into the pan. Stir and serve.
Alternative lazy scenario:
If you’re out of spring onions, try a red onion and some parsley instead.
Here is a video version of this recipe:
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