28 Mar 2011

Spaghetti - Wild Style

 Spaghetti Wild Style is something you can come up with when you are not in the mood for shopping and you create your pasta dish with thing found in the fridge and whatever else you have. 
In our case we produced a pretty tasty dish with the following ingredients:
  • 500g of Spaghetti
  • 100g of dried tomato paste
  • 20g of regular ketchup
  • 50g of salami
  • 100g of onions
  • 20g of capers
  • 30g of parmesan cheese
  • fresh basil leaves
  • 4 cherry tomatoes
You cook the spaghetti for approximately 10 min in salty water. Separately you start with the sauce. You glaze the onions in some oil  with salt and pepper. Through in the dices salami bits. Add the dried tomato paste and to splashes of ketchup (for the color) and some of that spaghetti boiling water (2-3 table spoons). In the end you can add those nice tasting capers to the sauce.
Once the spaghetti are cooked (al dente if you like) you add it to the sauce in a large pen and stir until the sauce and spaghetti form a beautiful unity.
Now you can plate the pasta and decorate it with a couple of basil leaves and cherry tomatoes. The finishing touch comes by grating Parmesan cheese all over your pasta. Voila! a great tasting dish for four. Enjoy, we surely have.