Are you a pasta lover? During the pandemic, if you don’t like to buy tagliatelle from outside. In that case, don’t worry, we will surely help you. Why not prepare it at home? But first, we can see from where this mouth-watering tagliatelle pasta evolved. Who doesn’t like eating pasta whether it is as a snack or in dinner? If you also love to eat pasta then this blog will help you to know more about tagliatelle pasta and how to cook it.
The tagliatelle was created by a talented court chef, who was inspired by Lucrezia d’Este’s hairdo. In reality, this was the joke invented by humorist Augusto Majani in 1931. The recipe was called ‘tagliolini di pasta e Sugo, alla maniera di Zafiran’ and was served in silver plates.
Tagliatelle and Tagliolini are a traditional type of pasta from the Emilia- Romagna and Marche regions of Italy. They are long, flat ribbons similar to fettuccine. These can be served with an amazing variety of sauces, but the classic one is a meat sauce or Bolognese sauce. Tagliolini is also another variety of tagliatelle that is long and cylindrical in shape, not flat.
The name is derived from an Italian verb “tagliare”, which means to cut. Both of these are traditionally made using egg pasta. So, before going any further why not check out the best two recipes of tagliatelle pasta-
Creamy Tagliatelle and Mushrooms
- Two tablespoons butter
- One tablespoon olive oil
- One finely chopped onion
- Three chopped garlic cloves
- Eight sliced ounces cremini mushrooms
- Half cup white wine
- Half cup whipping cream
- One tablespoon freshly chopped parsley
- Eight ounces boiled tagliatelle
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Parmesan cheese
- Start with melting butter with olive oil in a pan on medium heat.
- Add finely chopped onions and sauté until soft. After this add garlic and sauté another minute.
- Add chopped mushrooms in this mix and cook for 5-6 minutes.
- Now add ½ cup white wine and cook until these vegetables reduce by half. After 5 minutes, add ½ cup fresh cream.
- Simmer for another 7 minutes and add parsley, season with salt and pepper.
- Add boiled tagliatelle pasta in this mix and toss with the sauce. Now add grated Parmesan cheese and mix.
- Serve this hot with homemade garlic bread and wine for a better flavour and enjoy.
Tagliatelle with Asparagus and Peas
- Twelve ounces boiled tagliatelle pasta
- One tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
- One bunch asparagus, tender parts, cut into 1-inch pieces
- Half cup peas
- Two garlic cloves grated
- A squeeze of lemon, plus zest for garnish
- One-third cup fresh tarragon, chopped
- One-third cup fresh chives, chopped
- One-third fresh basil or mint leaves
- Sea salt
- Freshly grated parmesan cheese
- Light cashew cream sauce –
- Two-third cup raw cashew
- Two-third cup water
- One garlic clove
- Two teaspoons fresh lemon juice
- One teaspoon Dijon mustard
- Half teaspoon of salt
- For sauce in a blender combine all ingredients for cashew sauce and blend until creamy.
- In a pan on high heat add asparagus and a few pinches of salt and sauté for 3 minutes. Add peas and garlic, stir and squeeze the lemon, turn off the gas
- Assemble bowls with pasta, vegetables, sauce, herbs and lemon zest and microgreens. Serve with grated Parmesan cheese on top.
So now you surely need some sider to serve with both of your mouth-watering dishes, with these you can serve wines, juices, garlic bread or salads. So why not also see a quick way to prepare Garlic bread at home?
- Cut Italian bread loaf and mix parsley, garlic and salt with softened butter.
- Spread mix on bread and add grated parmesan cheese and bake at 175 degree Celsius.
Ready to serve!! So, will you prepare it at home or still buy tagliatelle pasta online? Now I think there is no need for ordering tagliatelle pasta online when you can prepare. What say? Serve your guest the home cooked pasta and gather their praises.