Whoa, hold your horses, folks! You’ve stumbled right into my kitchen today while I’m all set to whip up an Italian classic – Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce. Trust me, I’m about to let the cat out of the bag on just how easy this sizzling dish is to knock up!
Okay, first things first. Grab those shiniest baubles from your pantry – ripe, juicy tomatoes, a handful of fragrant basil, a pack of trusty spaghetti, and a hunk of good old parmigiano-reggiano. We’re gonna fly by the seat of our pants here, but we can’t go wrong with these stalwarts of Italian cooking. Even if it’s your first rodeo, this recipe won’t leave you high and dry.
Willy-nilly, the timer starts now. Boil a pot o’ water hotter than a two-dollar pistol. Dump your spaghetti in, and let it dance around for about eight minutes. While that spaghetti is busting some moves, blitz those ripe tomatoes in a blender until smoother than a hound’s tooth.
Next, let’s bring that tomato puree to the pan with a glug of olive oil, simmering it till it’s as rich as Croesus. Shower your sauce with a generous shake of salt, and pepper, along with a good crack of fresh basil. Then, just as all the planets align, the spaghetti will be cooked, drained, and ready to meet its match with that velvety tomato goodness.
So voila, ain’t no just rolling off a log, huh? Before you know it, you’re chowing down on a meal fit for a king, or at least the king of your kitchen.
That’s Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce in a nutshell for you, folks. Impossibly quick to fix, crudely simple, and bursting with flavors that’d have you singing That’s Amore!. So, over and out from the Best Quick Meals kitchen, and remember – simplicity, my friends, is the ultimate sophistication. Even when it comes to whipping up a quick, lip-smacking, meal!
Let’s Make It!
- Gather required ingredients: A pack of spaghetti, ripe tomatoes, fresh basil, Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, olive oil, salt, and pepper.
- Fill a large pot with water and add a bit of salt. Bring to a boil.
- Drop in the spaghetti, stirring occasionally, and cook for roughly 8 minutes or until al dente.
- While the spaghetti is cooking, blend the ripe tomatoes in a blender until smooth.
- Heat a pan over medium heat, add a glug of olive oil and pour in the tomato puree.
- Let the sauce simmer until it thickens to a rich consistency.
- Season your sauce with a generous shake of salt and pepper.
- Tear up some fresh basil and add it to the sauce. Give it a good stir.
- Once the spaghetti has finished cooking, drain it well.
- Pour the tomato sauce over the spaghetti, tossing carefully to ensure it’s fully coated.
- Finish by grating some Parmigiano-Reggiano over the top.
- Serve immediately and enjoy your homemade spaghetti with tomato sauce!
That Was Quick!