Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Organic Montebello Farfalle Easy Recipe

What would you need:

1) 1-Cup of Organic Montebello Farfalle,
2) 1/2 a spoon of organic butter.
3) Kosher Salt, add to the taste.
4) Organicville Pizza Sauce, add to the taste.
5) Parmesan cheese.
6) Basil, a hint.
7) 2 Tablespoons of Organic Olive Oil.

A simple meal; I like to keep things simple when I cook, albeit sometimes I do over the top items. In a near future I am going to post my own recipe for spaghetti as well for the pizza sauce.

The first we are going to is to boil water in a skillet; I know is not orthodox but the trick for an even pasta is to place the same amount of volume of water with the pasta that is going to be cooked. Add the kosher salt to your own taste; as well, mix 2 tablespoons of organic olive oil into the water.

Montebello Organic Farfalle
In the meantime place some organic butter in the colander; let it simmer down on room temperature, as if you have a plastic colander it would help the surface to not be sticky.

I like the Montebello brand; not because of the nutritional value, I have no clue about that, I am a marketer not a dietitian (or a woo with a computer degree who thinks that knows about chemistry and molecular composition). What I like about Montebello is the flavor, it really tastes nice and it cook really quick, as it only takes around 11 minutes to cook.

Organicville Pizza Sauce is actually spectacular, and it can be added perfectly  to the pasta. I do enjoy the pizza sauce or Organicville because flavor-wise you can feel the tomatoes and is vegan.

When the water is hot enough; add the farfalle, the water has to cover the pasta completely; just stir once and when you feel that is ready, just drain the water and mix it with the butter. Return the pasta to stir and mix it for a few seconds with the organic sauce; after that transfer the pasta to a dish; add your favorite Parmesan cheese, with a hint of basil and you will be ready to enjoy.