Authentic Aglio, Olio, e Peperoncino. I started this blog Aglio Olio e Peperoncino as my virtual kitchen, sharing recipes and travel journals. During these months of lockdown my business partners with Casa Mia Tours and I took that concept one step further and decided to open our actual kitchens, inviting you in to cook with us. Stefano Patara cooks Spaghetti Aglio Olio e Peperoncino, the most basic Italian recipe. www.stefano-patara.com Weitere vegetarische Kochrezepte.
The Italian Pantry: AOP – Aglio, Olio e Peperoncino. Most of the "authentic" versions of recipes with the AOP are a very simple pasta sauce, made by browning sliced garlic just ever so slightly in olive oil, adding hot red pepper flakes, turning off the heat and tossing it over pasta. We walked to Aglio, Olio, e Peperoncino, from the Holiday Inn. You can cook Authentic Aglio, Olio, e Peperoncino using 10 ingredients and 19 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Authentic Aglio, Olio, e Peperoncino
- It’s 100 grams of Long pasta (1.4 to 1.6 mm thick is best).
- Prepare 45 ml of A. Extra virgin olive oil.
- You need 1 of to 2 small cloves A. Garlic (sliced thinly or fnely chopped).
- Prepare 1 of Red chili peppers (sliced into rounds).
- You need 10 ml of B. Garlic oil(or substitute with extra virgin olive oil).
- Prepare 40 ml of B. Water.
- It’s 1 of bit less than 1/2 teaspoon B. Cake flour.
- Prepare 1 of Black pepper (whole or coarsely ground).
- Prepare 3 liter of C. Water.
- Prepare 35 ml of (2 tablespoons + C. Salt.
If you have a choice between eating at your hotel and going out for an authentic Italian experience, this. Uno spaghetto aglio, olio e peperoncino facile facile svolta la cena in men che non si dica, ma la vostra spaghettata in compagnia può riservare tante altre sorprese infallibili. Per rimanere sul classico, gli spaghetti alle vongole sono la scelta ovvia, ma se volete portare tutto il sapore del mare in tavola. Aglio Olio e Peperoncino si impegna ad offrire sempre il meglio ai propri clienti.
Authentic Aglio, Olio, e Peperoncino step by step
- Bring the C. water (the pasta water) to a boil in a large pot. Just before the water comes to a boil, add the C. salt, measuring it out properly..
- Normally you would use 1% salt water (1 tablespoon of salt to 1.5 liters of water), but this time a little more salt is added..
- Adding a generous amount of salt to the pasta water, makes it easier for everyone to easily produce great tasting pasta (Tip 1)..
- Combine the B. ingredients and mix until there are no more flour lumps (Tip no. 2 / See Step 12 for details)..
- Put the A. ingredients in a cold frying pan. Cook over low heat to slowly transfer the flavor and fragrance of the garlic to the oil (Tip 3.)..
- When the garlic oil in Step 5 is getting bubbly and fragrant, add the red chili pepper before the garlic starts to change color..
- If you are using bacon, add it when you are cooking the garlic. For crispy bacon, add it at the beginning; for softer bacon add it midway through onwards..
- While the garlic and oil (and optional bacon) are cooking, cook the pasta in the water you heated in Step 1, for 30 seconds to a minute less than indicated on the package. Cook over low heat..
- If you cook the pasta in rapidly boiling water, the water will evaporate and become saltier, and your pasta will get salty too. So cook the pasta over low heat (Tip 4)..
- Note: Make sure the pasta water doesn't come to a rolling boil before or after adding the pasta..
- When the garlic in the frying pan from Step 6 turns a light beige color, turn off the heat. Make sure not to burn the garlic..
- Just before the pasta is cooked, put the Step 4 flour-water mixture into the Step 11 frying pan. Turn the heat up to medium, and swirl the pan around for about 15 seconds..
- Important: As soon as the mixture in the frying pan becomes thick (which means it has emulsified), turn off the heat..
- When you are making an oil-based pasta dish, the emulsification is very important. In restaurants this is provided via the pasta cooking water, which is thick because so much pasta is cooked in it. But in a home environment you only cook a little pasta at a time so the water doesn't get thick..
- By adding cake flour to the oil, it gets emulsified much easier. It's a small detail, but to achive a restaurant-like result it's important..
- Normally you can just add cake flour to some of the pasta water, but in this recipe the pasta water is higher in salt than usual, so plain water and flour are mixed to maintain just the right degree of saltiness..
- When the pasta is cooked, set the frying pan from Step 12 back over low-medium heat, and add the drained pasta..
- Mix quickly so that the pasta is evenly coated with the oil..
- Transfer to a serving plate, grind on some black pepper, and enjoy I think the seasoning should be just right without any adjustments needed at the end..
Who knew something as simple as this Spaghetti Aglio Olio e Peperoncino could taste so good? Made with lots of extra virgin olive oil, garlic (no need for peeling and chopping if you use Dorot) and red pepper. What's boring, gray, and has a thousand crow's feet? In order to preserve this unifying and magical tradition, The Garrubbo Guide® is proud to publish our weekly feature Sunday Pasta®. In addition to the authentic pasta recipe, we provide historical background.