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More Supper Delights....

Postby Fozzer » Tue May 22, 2018 8:22 am

I simply adore Egg Tagliatelle Pasta!.... :bow: ....!

The dried version in baskets.

https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/gr ... wheat-500g

Boiled for 10/15 minutes.


In a small saucepan:

Virgin Olive Oil.
...Finley...
Chopped Onion.
Chopped Garlic.
Chopped Chillie.
Chopped Tomatoes.
Chopped Mushrooms.
Chopped Ham...... https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/gr ... t-ham-125g
Chopped Fresh Basil.
Chopped Fresh Parsley.
Ground Salt and Pepper.

Gently heated until all softened.

The boiled Tagliatelle emptied into the pan, with grated cheese, and all stirred together!

Empty onto a pre-warmed plate....with some crusty bread and butter...

...and enjoy....just like I do!

Paul...The Cook's Cook.... :D ....!!
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Re: More Supper Delights....

Postby emfrat » Tue May 22, 2018 9:13 pm

:D I remember a story about an Irish restaurant where the specialty of the house was 'Soup-in-a-basket'....there was a great vogue at the time for serving everything 'in-a-basket'. These days it is wooden trenchers, which have been banned here because they are naturally unhygenic. :o
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Re: More Supper Delights....

Postby Fozzer » Tue May 22, 2018 9:58 pm

emfrat wrote::D I remember a story about an Irish restaurant where the specialty of the house was 'Soup-in-a-basket'....there was a great vogue at the time for serving everything 'in-a-basket'. These days it is wooden trenchers, which have been banned here because they are naturally unhygenic. :o


Hello Mike!

..by; "basket", I mean the dried Tagliatelle is/are rolled up into a tight ball and popped into the boiling water to; "unfurl"...LOL...!

We can purchase the (wet) ready-cooked version, but it has a limited; "use-by" life.

I prefer it dried to keep longer!... :wink2: ....!

I remember the old; "Chicken-in-a-Basket" at the roadside, etc, Pubs! Sat outside on the lawn and watching the children playing on the swings and slides, and enjoying a glass of cool beer and a wicker basket full of chicken and chips!
Happy memories!

I don't think anyone died of Wicker Basket Syndrome!.... :lol: ... :lol: ...!

Paul.... :D ...!
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