Simple recipe for Napolitan --No need to boil spaghetti separately! A flavorful dish stewed in tomato juice
|Material ( For 1 person )|
|Olive oil||1 tsp|
|Grated garlic||1/2 teaspoon|
|green pepper||1 piece|
|Tomato juice (unsalted)||150ml (5.07us fl oz)|
|water||150ml (5.07us fl oz)|
|Spaghetti (1.4 mm, boiled for 5 minutes)||80g (2.82oz)|
Napolitan recipe that can be done with one pot. Add spaghetti directly to the broth to make it delicious.
Napolitan recipe stewed in tomato juice
Napolitan material・ 1 teaspoon of olive oil
・ 1/2 teaspoon of grated garlic
・ 1/4 onion ・ 1 pepper ・ 3 sausages ・ Tomato juice (unsalted) 150ml (5.07us fl oz)
・ Water 150ml (5.07us fl oz)
・ Spaghetti (1.4mm, boil time 5 minutes) 80g (2.82oz)
・ 1 tablespoon ketchup
・ Slightly salt ・ Slightly pepper
Preparation・ Slice onions, slice peppers, and cut sausages for easy eating.
How to make Napolitan1. 1. Heat the olive oil in a pan (or deep frying pan) and fry the garlic. When the aroma comes out, add onions, peppers and sausages and fry lightly.
2. Add tomato juice, water and spaghetti folded in half. Cover and reduce to medium heat, and simmer for about 9-10 minutes with occasional stirring.
3. 3. When the spaghetti sucks in the broth and becomes soft, turn off the heat. Mix ketchup and season with salt and pepper. If the spaghetti runs out before it softens, add hot water and simmer.
Four. Serve in a bowl and sprinkle with grated cheese (outside the amount) or dry parsley (outside the amount) if you like.
Spaghetti with tomato juice is full of umami and has a satisfying taste. The ketchup mixed at the end adds the sweetness of Napolitan. If you want to enjoy it richer, try adding butter to the finish or topping with hot spring eggs.
A simple recipe of Napolitan that requires less effort and has a deeper taste. How about adding it to your home rice repertoire?