Benvenuti in Pinkypasta!
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12 ozs farfalle
1 lb shrimp (peeled and deveined)
14 lb snow peas (trimmed and halved diagonally about 1 12 cups)
1 seedless cucumber (4 inch, halved lengthwise and thinly sliced about 1 cup)
1 red bell pepper (cored seeded and cut into 1 12 inch strips about 1 cup)
6 green onions (trimmed and thinly sliced about 23 cup)
14 cup mint leaves (roughly chopped fresh)
2 12 tbsps cilantro leaves (minced fresh)
1 tbsp toasted sesame oil
1 tbsp Ginger-Sesame Dressing
Bring a large pot of water to a boil.
Add pasta, and cook 8 to 10 minutes or until al dente.
Add shrimp; bring to a boil.
Add snow peas, and stir.
Cook 1 to 2 minutes or just until shrimp turn pink.
Drain and run under cold water, shaking out excess water. Transfer pasta to a large bowl.
Add remaining ingredients; toss to combine
Godetevi il vostro proprio Farfalle con gamberetti, piselli neve e Ginger-Sesame Dressing!
“Orzo (Italian for “barley”, from Latin hordeum), also risoni (It.: “big rice”) is a form of short-cut macaroni, shaped like a large grain of rice. Orzo can be served alone, as a soup accompaniment, as part of a salad, or baked in a casserole.”
“Farfalle are a type of pasta. Commonly known as “bow-tie pasta”, the name is derived from the Italian word farfalla (butterfly). The “e” at the end of the word is the Italian feminine plural ending, making the meaning of the word “butterflies”.
Farfalle date back to the 16th century. It originated in Lombardy and Emilia-Romagna in Northern Italy”
“Shahe fen or he fen is a type of wide Chinese noodle made from rice.”
“Scialatelli (also scialatielli) is a type of long spaghetti. Its origins lie near the Amalfi coast in Naples. Like fettuccine and linguine, it has flat sides, but it is almost square in its circumference, not flat on only two sides; flat on four sides. Its symmetry is similar to spaghetti or spaghetti rigati”
“Pizzoccheri are a type of short tagliatelle, a flat ribbon pasta, made with 80% buckwheat flour and 20% wheat flour. When classically prepared in Valtellina or in Graubünden, they are cooked along with greens (often Swiss Chard but also Savoy cabbage), and cubed potatoes. This mixture is layered with pieces of Valtellina Casera cheese and ground Grana Padano or Parmigiano Reggiano, and dressed with garlic and sage that are lightly fried in butter together.
Pizzoccheri can be made easily by hand. They can also be found pre-made.
Two pizzoccheri fairs (or sagre) take place in Teglio: La Sagra dei Pizzoccheri, celebrated in July and the festival of The Golden Pizzocchero, celebrated in September.”