Pasta e patate

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Pasta e patate

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Ingredients

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320 g Mixed pasta
500 g Potato
100 g Tomatoes cherry tomatoes
1 Onion
1 Celery
1 Carrot
60 g diced bacon Bacon
5 tablespoons Extra virgin olive oil
1 rind Parmesan cheese
to taste Salt
to taste Pepper black
100 g Smoked provola cheese optional

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A typical first course in popular southern tradition, Pasta e patate is a tasty, warm and comforting dish that wins everyone over. It is an easy recipe that lends itself to many variations; however, one is the secret to making it so creamy: the pasta should be cooked together with the potatoes.

Pasta e patate is a traditional southern Italian pasta dish. What we are proposing here is a recipe for Pasta e patate Neapolitan style characterized by the use of munnezzaglia or mixed short pasta, originally made up of the leftovers of various sizes that remained in the bags.

In addition to the two main ingredients, there is also the addition of cubes of bacon, a crust of Parmesan cheese and diced provola cheese at the end of cooking.

The result is a creamy middle ground between a soup and a dry pasta, as enveloping in flavor as in texture. Pasta e patate is called a “poor man’s dish,” but it is undoubtedly irresistible.

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To make thePasta e patate start by chopping the celery, carrot and onion and wilting them in a saucepan with the diced bacon and oil. When the vegetables are browned, add the chopped cherry tomatoes and let them dry.

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Add the peeled and diced potatoes, season with salt and pepper and add a couple of cups of water. Bring to a boil and add the parmesan rind. Continue cooking for 25 to 30 minutes. After this time has elapsed, add the mixed pasta and, if necessary, another ladle of water. Cook the pasta, stirring often over medium heat for the time indicated on the package-you will notice that the cooking sauce will gradually become creamy.

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If you like, but it is optional, when the pasta is al dente you can add, off the heat, diced provolone cheese. Stir, transfer to serving plates and serve the pasta and potatoes piping hot.

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