Am descoperit in sfarsit pastele pe care Ilinca le mananca, deci clar inainte nu cumparam ce trebuie :)) Am facut aceste paste italienesti cu sos de rosii si apoi si o budinca de paste cu branza. Vreau sa va zic ca a mancat din ambele Ilinca de se bateau turcii la gura ei, nu imi venea sa cred, ea NU manca paste inainte :)) Si am inteles si de ce: Divella produce paste din grau dur de cea mai buna calitate inca din anul 1890 si are o gama de peste 150 de forme de paste: de la spaghete, rigatoni, paste cu oua, integrale si pana la sortimentele imbogatite cu legume deshidratate. Divella sustine traditia italiana si ne ofera o varietate de produse pentru toate gusturile :)

Ingrediente (4 portii):

Intr-o tigaie adanca incingem uleiul de masline si calim ceapa si usturoiul tocate marunt. Cand ceapa e putin translucida, adaugam rosiile Divella din conserva, fulgii de sare marina, amestecam si lasam totul pe foc aprox 5-7 minute.

Incoporam rosiile deshidratate tocate marunt si sosul de usturoi si ardei iute Divella, eu am pus doar o lingurita ca sa manance si Ilinca, dar pentru o experienta picanta adult-only puteti pune 2-3 lingurite :)

Ei bine, atat de simplu si rapid se face acest sos :) Intre timp punem la fiert pastele Divella intr-o oala incapatoare cu apa si putina sare. Le fierbem conform instructiunilor de pe ambalaj, 8 min in cazul acestor spaghette.

In tigaia cu sosul de rosii punem pastele scurse si amestecam totul bine, apoi servim pastele calde. Eu mi-am mai pus cateva capere Neri, nu m-am putut abtine pentru ca imi plac super mult, sunt foarte gustoase si fragede :)

Nu uitati sa dati click AICI pentru a arunca o privire nu numai la pastele Divella, dar si la toate produsele Webcoffee, daca va e pofta de ceva fin, au o GRAMADA de bunatati si delicatese :) Ah, si pentru cei cu copii, ia uitati ce paste din grau dur cu Peppa pig au, wink wink :) Buon appetito a tutti!

ENGLISH VERSION

I finally discovered the pasta type that Ilinca actually eats, so I was definitely not buying the wright thing :)) I prepare these italian tomato sauce pasta and the some cheesy pasta bake and boy, did she eat these 2 like she hadn’t eaten in days! :)) And she did NOT eat pasta before, I swear :) And I figured out why: Divella has been making top quality durum wheat pasta ever since 1890 and has a range of over 150 pasta shapes: from spaghetti, rigatoni, egg pasta, whole wheat pasta up to those enhanced with dried vegetables. Divella respects italian tradition and offers a wide variety for everyone :)

Ingredients (4 servings):

  • 400 g Divella cubetti canned tomatoes
  • 300 g Divella spaghetti
  • 1 onion
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • 3 tbsp Basso extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tsp Divella garlic hot pepper sauce*
  • 1/2 tsp sea salt flakes
  • 8 Neri dried tomatoes

In a deep pan heat the olive oil and saute the diced onion and garlic until onion is translucent. Add the DIvella canned tomatoes, sea salt flakes, mix and cook for about 5-7 min.

Add the chopped dried tomatoes and Divella hot garlic sauce, I put just a teaspoon so that Ilinca can eat, but for an adult-only experience you can put 2-3 teaspoons :)

Well, see how easy to make this pasta sauce is? In the meantime, put the Divella pasta in a large pot with water and a pinch of salt and boil according to the instructions, 8 min in my case for these spaghetti.

Add the boiled and drained pasta in the pan with the tomato sauce, mix and serve the hot pasta. I added a couple of capers, I couldn’t help it, they are so good, I super love them :)

Don’t forget to click HERE to check out not only the Divella pasta range, but also all the other goodies Webcoffee e-shop has, they are amazing :) Oh, and for those of you with children, just look at these Peppa pig pasta, wink wink :) Buon appetito a tutti!

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