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Rosa Madres Casrecce pasta Nduja and Ricotta

Luca De Marzio shares one of his pasta favourites; using fresh casarecce pasta and some deliciously fiery nduja sausage.

For the sauce:

  1. In a large pot fry some white onions chopped previously really thin
  2. Add some guanciale or pancetta and let it sweat until soft, squeezing some nduja into the sauce and let it melt
  3. Add some white wine and let it reduce
  4. Once the wine is evaporated add some passata and let it cook for 10 minutes 
  5. Once the sauce is cooked add some salt and fresh basil
  6. Now add in to the sauce some nice ricotta (my favourite is buffalo ricotta from Toons Bridge) 
  7. Mix the ricotta into the sauce and it’s ready to go 

 

For the pasta:

  1. In another large pot boil some salted water and once is boiling add fresh pasta
  2. Drain the pasta and with the help of some pasta water finish to cook the pasta in to the sauce 
  3. Plate the pasta and finish with some Parmesan cheese and some basil 

 

Buon appetito!

RECIPE INFORMATION

Difficulty Medium

 

INGREDIENTS

  • 250 grams of fresh casarecce pasta
  • 1 can of tomato passata
  • 250 grams of guanciale or pancetta
  • Half an onion
  • Fresh basil
  • 200 grams of buffalo ricotta
  • 2 tablespoons of Nduja
  • Parmesan cheese

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