Penne with dried tomatoes and basil
published by Ioana Serea on June 3, 2021
Pasta is at the top of our preferences because it is tasty, nutritious, and it is made very easily and quickly! It's that dish that you can't really fail with!
An extraordinarily flavorful version is that of pasta with dried tomatoes and fresh basil!
It is hard to describe in words how delicious this dish is, but one thing is for sure: you will go for sure and impress any guest, no matter how picky he is!
- 250 g Pasta Penne Rigate Multi-grain, Stefano Berruto, Gluten-Free from Fonte Naturis
- 170 g dried tomatoes in oil
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 hand fresh basil
- 2 cloves garlic
Boil the pasta according to the instructions on the package.
In a pan, put on the fire 1 tablespoon olive oil, and add the sliced garlic. Caliti until it changes color and becomes golden.
Add the dried tomatoes and harden them for a few minutes as well.
Put the cooked pasta, stir well, and complete with a handful of fresh basil, finely chopped.
Serve the dish warm!
– In the production of this type of pasta were used 5 types of flours: corn flour, rice, amaranth, quinoa and teff.
-Their perfectly balanced taste and very rich content in dietary fiber, make these pasta a delight and a blessing for health.
-Ideal for any occasion, from a dinner with friends or family, to more elaborate dishes.
-Do not contain gluten.
-They are rich in proteins.
-Contain multiple nutritional properties
-One bag contains 250 gr Penne rigate multi-grain, gluten-free.
-Ingredients: Corn flour 45%, rice flour 35%, amaranth flour 10%, teff flour 5%, quinoa 5%, water. It may contain traces of soy.
-Nutritional values per 100 gr: Energy value 323 Kcal / 1365 KJ, Lipids 2.9 of which saturated fatty acids 0.4 gr; Carbohydrates 60 gr of which sugars 2.0 gr; Fibres 12,0; Protein 8.3 gr; Salt 0.003 gr.
-The boiling time is 9-11 minutes.
-After boiling, the pasta is passed through a jet of cold water to interrupt the boiling.