Tomato Bacon Butterfly Pasta

Tomato Bacon Butterfly Pasta

by Little Ai Chef

4.8 (1)







Pasta, also known as spaghetti, is the closest to the Chinese eating habits among the western food varieties, and is the most easily accepted. Regarding the origin of spaghetti, some say it originated from ancient Rome, and some say it was taught by Marco Polo from China to the whole of Europe via Sicily. As the legal raw material for pasta, duran wheat is the hardest wheat variety, with the characteristics of high density, high protein, and high gluten. The whole pasta made from it is yellow, resistant to cooking, and has a good taste. The shape of pasta is also different. In addition to the ordinary straight powder, there are hundreds of types of screw-shaped, elbow-shaped, butterfly-shaped, and shell-shaped. "


Tomato Bacon Butterfly Pasta

1. Prepare materials.

Tomato Bacon Butterfly Pasta recipe

2. Scald the tomatoes with hot water, peel them, cut into small pieces, and mince the onions and garlic.

Tomato Bacon Butterfly Pasta recipe

3. Put 10 grams of butter in a frying pan to melt the butter over low heat.

Tomato Bacon Butterfly Pasta recipe

4. Saute chopped onion and garlic.

Tomato Bacon Butterfly Pasta recipe

5. Add diced tomatoes and simmer for 30 minutes on low heat to make tomato sauce for later use.

Tomato Bacon Butterfly Pasta recipe

6. Cut the bacon into small cubes and fry in a frying pan until browned.

Tomato Bacon Butterfly Pasta recipe

7. Put the fried tomato sauce into the fried bacon.

Tomato Bacon Butterfly Pasta recipe

8. Add chopped basil, black pepper, salt, and light cream to taste. The fried sauce is set aside.

Tomato Bacon Butterfly Pasta recipe

9. After the water in the pot is boiled, add a spoonful of salt and a spoonful of olive oil.

Tomato Bacon Butterfly Pasta recipe

10. Add the butterfly pasta, flip it a few times with chopsticks and cook for about 8 minutes.

Tomato Bacon Butterfly Pasta recipe

11. Spread the cooked pasta into the fried sauce and stir well.

Tomato Bacon Butterfly Pasta recipe


1.When the noodles are cooked in the pot, salt and olive oil must be added in advance to facilitate the taste and prevent the noodles from sticking.
2. After removing the water, it can keep the taste chewy. The purpose of adding oil and mixing is to prevent the noodles from sticking when preparing the sauce.
3. The prepared sauce can be poured directly on the noodles, or mixed in the pot, according to your own preferences.


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