c'è la ricetta anche in Italiano
|Pick yourself some really good fresh tomatoes|
|Make a cross in the bottom of each|
|Put them in boiling water for about ten seconds to peel them|
|See what happened to the cross?|
|chop them up|
|Put your tomatoes in a sauce and let them simmer for about 10-15 minutes|
|Hand chop your basil|
|Drizzle some high quality olive oil and season with salt and pepper and you're DONE!|
|Reminds me of the spaghetti Julia roberts was eating in Rome in the movie EAT PRAY LOVE!|
Two-ingredients Italian Tomato Sauce
- 1kg /2¼lb ripe tomatoes, stalks cut out, cross cut in the bottom of each using a sharp knife-
- 100 ml /3½ fl oz Extra virgin olive oil ( good quality).
- Fresh basil, about 3 tablespoons, chopped .
- Salt and pepper to taste.
- How to:
- Wash your tomatoes, cut a cross in their bottom .
- Bring a pan of water to the boil. Lower the tomatoes into the boiling water and boil for ten seconds, then remove them from the pan using a slotted spoon and immediately plunge them into a bowl of ice-cold water.
- When the tomatoes have cooled, peel and discard the skins. Continue to chop the tomato flesh to a pulp.
- put your tomatoes in a sauce pan and simmer for ten minutes
- season it with salt and pepper, drizzle some olive oil and add your basil.
When the mixture has cooked and thickened, set aside to cool slightly. (NB: The sauce can be split into portions and frozen until needed.)
Sugo Semplice al Pomodoro
per 4 persone
- 1 kg di pomodori freschi
- 100 ml di olio extravergine di oliva
- 12 foglie di basilico
- sale e pepe q.b.
- Lavate i pomodori, fate una piccola croce nella parte inferiore dei pomodori e tuffateli per pochi secondi in acqua in ebollizione. Passateli in acqua freddissima o acqua e ghiaccio. Spellateli, divideteli in due, privateli dei semi e tagliateli a spicchi.
- mettere i pomodori in una casseruola e cuocere a fuoco lento per dieci minuti
- conditela con sale e pepe, un filo d'olio d'oliva e aggiungere il basilico.
Eat Pray Love spaghetti scene, mine is prettier, right?