400 g of spaghetti
4 cloves of garlic
5 anchovy fillets in salt
200 g of breadcrumbs from bread durum wheat flour (you can do it yourself by grating a surplus of durum wheat bread dried)
5-6 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
Pasta with breadcrumbs (from Sicily)
Why throw away a piece of hard bread old now? Just scratch it, toast it on the dough and sprinkle garlic, olive oil and anchovies. This is the pasta with the bread, a recipe created by the genius of the Sicilians. Pasta with breadcrumbs fast enough to do what has been quick to eat it .... delicious!
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- This course is: First Course
- Difficult to prepare: EASY
- is a typical course made in: SICILIA
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Saute the oil in a large pan with the garlic and add the anchovies.
In a second large frying pan toast the breadcrumbs, turning them over continuously with a wooden spoon (to avoid burning the bread ... it does easily), if you want a softer crumb toast the bread crumbs with the addition of a tablespoon of olive oil . As soon as it acquires a brown color the roasting is complete and then put the bread crumbs in a bowl and set it aside. Cook the spaghetti in salted water and drain when al dente, then put them in the oil with anchovies and serve with a generous sprinkling of toasted breadcrumbs.
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The genius of the Sicilians has enriched with the crumb of stale bread (hard, grated and toasted) the easiest recipe of traditional Italian and Sicilian. Pasta with breadcrumbs, bread and pasta, a simple recipe, a goodness!
A portion of 100 g of pasta with the breadcrubs provides about 600 kcal. It 'a good source of phosphorus, zinc, selenium, vitamin B1, niacin, vitamin B6, and vitamin E.
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