Dad arrived last night* and he bought what he promised me. I am a happy kid right now with four types of cheeses in my hands! I can actually determine the Mozarella, but the three other I do not know.
So, can you help me name those? Yes please?
Aglio Olio is one of the traditional pastas in Italy which means “garlic and oil.” To put a little twist, I put in a tinge of spiciness.
What you will be needing are:
- lots of garlic, finely chopped
- a medium sized labuyo
- olive oil
- angel hair pasta
- salt and pepper
The steps are really easy. You start with…
- Boil your pasta according to pack instructions.
- While waiting, heat your sauce pan then pour in olive oil.
- Add in the garlic. It is important not to burn the garlic. To do this, remove the pan from the heat from time to time.
- Add in the labuyo. After a minute, remove the chili. We just want to infuse its flavor into our sauce.
- Toss the pasta while cooking.
- To serve, finish with pepper and cheese.
I actually used the “tastes like queso de bola cheese.”
Tell me what you think!
*He came home from Brindisi, Italy.