Dear readers and fellow bloggers:

Good afternoon. Today the sky has been stubbornly grey and rain pouring intermittently in this “Banana Republic of South Florida”, for which we decided to prepare a hearty pasta. What’s better than cheese-filled agnolottis with a Bolognesa sauce with the plum San Marzano tomatoes and Burrata cheese? We used a few elements that we had bought in the Whole Foods supermarket of Downtown Miami; with just a few bucks you can eat like a prince. The forced Social Isolation has made caged tigers in the kitchen out of us.

Elementos para una salsa Bolognesa

The most important thing is to prepare all the major elements of the sauce-(veggies and meat-s) separately and not dump everything in the tomato sauce to cook slowly; we must avoid the burned fatty acids that are inevitably formed when you sauté on the pan. The colander is the best safeguard for your family’s stomachs and arteries. Use it in earnest.

 

Agnolottis con salsa Bolgnesa y queso Burrata

What do you think, folks? Would you care for a little tasting of this homemade dish?

Agnolottis con salsa Bolognesa y queso Burrata

Buon apetitto !

Plato de Bolognesa

Stay distant. Stay safe. Stay beautiful.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stay distant. Stay safe. Stay beautiful

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