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Pasta with nuts


Ingredients for Cooking Pasta with Nuts

  1. Water 2 liters
  2. Sunflower oil 1 tablespoon
  3. Macaroni 400 grams
  4. Salt 1 big pinch
  5. Walnuts peeled 150 grams
  6. Icing sugar 100 grams
  • Main ingredients Nuts, Pasta, Sugar
  • Serving 4 servings

Inventory:

Saucepan, blender, spatula, colander, tablespoon.

Cooking pasta with nuts:

Step 1: boil water for pasta.


Pour water into a saucepan, salt it and put on a strong fire. You need to wait until the liquid boils, and at this time you will have the opportunity to deal with nuts.

Step 2: chop the nuts.


Put the peeled walnuts in the blender bowl and, having closed the appliance, chop them thoroughly.

You should end up with a very small crumb.

Step 3: mix nuts with powdered sugar.


Add powdered sugar to the crumbs (you can also make it in a blender from regular sugar).

Using a blender, also mix crushed walnuts with powdered sugar into an almost uniform bulk.

Step 4: cook pasta.


Add vegetable oil to boiling water, and then dip your pasta into it.

You need to cook for approximately 10 minutes. The exact cooking time should be indicated on the packaging of your pasta.

I love slightly undercooked pasta so that it is a little hard inside. To do this, I simply reduce the cooking time indicated on the packaging by 30-40 seconds. But whoever loves it, of course.

After the spaghetti, noodles, bows, or whatever you choose there, are ready, throw them in a colander to drain excess water, and then lay them on portioned plates, sprinkle crumbs from walnut powder with sugar and serve.

Step 5: serve the pasta with nuts.


Pasta with nuts is original and tasty. Pasta is generally a very versatile dish, it goes well with any ingredients, salty or sweet, as in this case. Therefore, you can safely experiment and try to cook pasta with anything, within reason, of course, and surprise your home with delicious and vibrant dishes.
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- Add fresh cottage cheese to pasta with nuts and you will get another great dish.