World’s Easiest Pasta (Frascarelli) From ‘Pasta Modern’


via Serious Eats http://www.seriouseats.com/2013/11/frascarelli-easy-pasta-recipe-from-pasta-modern-cookbook.html Francine Segan calls this the "world’s easiest pasta." Indeed, you’ll need little more than your fingers to make the pasta, and it needs nothing other than a bit of cheese, oil, and (maybe) meat to finish. Cooked in just a quart of water, these tiny "nuggets" of semolina, water, and egg have the same tender toothsome texture as German spaetzle, but are served like polenta.

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