Don’t you in mood to relish Red Sauce Pasta? It is one of the scrumptious breakfast of Italy. This italian dish is an awesome flavour to change your taste buds and palate.
I got gusto during making this savoury food. I wish, you will also get enthusiasm while making moreover eating this. Some peoples have great appetite in cooking food and all. So, they can also try this to fulfill their desire and add some extra perks in their skills.
Learn how to make red sauce pasta :-
Boil the pasta in a pan.
In another pan, boil tomatoes and chili. (chili for flavour)
Cut onion in addition to all the veggies you want to put in the pasta.
Take an empty pan.
Cast pieces of an onion. Leave it until it gets reddish.
Put some veggies like capsicum or you want. (Try to cut in small pieces.
Now, put some spices and salt. (As per your taste.)
Put tomato puree in the pan where already prepared onions and veggies are present.
Mix it all well.
Keep it in the gas for 3-5 mins in medium flame.
At, last put the pasta in it. Mix it all well.
Your red sauce will be ready in 2 to 3 mins.
Now, maybe, you all have learned how to make red sauce pasta in three elementary steps. This mouth watering seems tough to prepare nevertheless making this is easy as pie.
I hope, you all like this blog and it would be helpful for you.
Are you eagar to know how Indians make pasta in their style? Pasta is a whole Italian as well as delicious dish. Italians make this savoury dish in really different manner which you should relish once in your life, definietly. But today, we gonna know Indian Pasta Recipe.
How to make pasta in Indian style?
1. Caste the oil in the big pan. (oil as per your choice.)
2. Put the small cuts of an onion. (Leave it until it gets a little reddish.)
3. Then put the small pieces of a tomato in the pan. (Leave it for 2 mins.)
4. Now, put sweetcorn and add some spices and mix all the substance. (Put some salt according to taste.)
5. Add butter & cheese. (Mix it well.)
6. At last, put all the pasta in big pan.
Your savoury dish is ready to relish.🍽
🛑 Do all the steps with keeping gas in low flame.
Italians would rolling on floor laughing to see how Indians make pasta. Share your opinion. Italian must try this recipe.
I am here with my latest blog which will define you about my all time fav thing. I mean, mix veg in my style. You can make mix veg how I make it for me.
Eating mix veg has numerous benefits. I think, you should have also aware of it. Mix veg has multiple veggies which are full of multiple vitamins, minerals, fibers, protein, and countless things like this. You should add veggies like pea, tomatoes, cauliflower, onions, carrots, ginger, cabbage etc.
My mix veg has cabbage which has (vitamin C, A, and K, magnesium, folate, potassium, fiber), capsicum (vitamin c), Tomatoes with (vitamin c, k, folate, antioxidants lycopene, potassium), Onions with ( vitamin c, b6, folate, potassium), Pea has (vitamin k-1, fiber), Paneer (vitamin b-12, selenium, vitamin d, riboflavin), ginger (calcium, phosphorus, iron, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin c,b), garlic (vitamin c,k, thiamine, niacin, folate), peanuts (potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, vitamin b, protein, fiber) etc.
How I make my mix veg.?
Olive or mustard oil
Spices (cumin, turmeric, salt
At first, you should chop the vegetables for all process easily.
Step 1 –
Take a cooker. Put two tablespoons of olive oil. Leave oil for a little while. Cast cumin seeds in the oil and leave it until it gets reddish. After the 30 sec, do the same things with the chopped onion. Now, your onion has gone reddish. Put the chopped tomatoes, ginger, garlic, chilly in it.
Step 2 –
Put a little salt in it so that it would ripen easily.
Step 3 –
Now, add cabbage, capsicum, carrots in it. Mix it all well.
Step 4 –
Now, put turmeric (1/2 tablespoon, salt (according to your taste).
Step 5 –
Mix it properly.
Step 6 –
Add your spices (according to your taste) in it and mix it well.
Step 7 –
After 3-5 minutes, add paneer in it. At last, close the cooker lid.
Wait for 10 minutes. And your mouth-watering mix veg is ready like mine.
Here’s mix veg which ready in 7 steps. Making it my fav work and cakewalk for me.
I used mustard oil in it, but olive oil is good to burn belly fat and weight loss. Anyway, mustard oil is also good. You can use it as well.
I used Indian spices in it. If you want to skip, then you can skip it and use only turmeric and salt. It depends on what you prefer.
Likewise, I prefer mix veg because I get multiple vitamins, fiber, potassium, minerals, protein, iron altogether in it. I assume, you should also eat mix veg once in a week for getting all vitamins together.
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