Luisa Morón, gastronomic blogger from , makes our mouths water with a recipe that you will love: it is easy to prepare, its base is pasta (guaranteed success!) and it is delicious. I encourage you to try!

After the holidays it is time to eat at home and in a healthy way. Today our recipe speaks of a very helpful and grateful ingredient: pasta. If we know how to combine a good pasta with some good ingredients we can get truly luxurious dishes.

Today I have decided on tagliatelle, a type of elongated pasta, with a small width and a flattened shape that make up the set of dry pasta of Italian origin. Although those that are known throughout Europe and other places directly from Italy, there is controversy about their origin since noodles similar to noodles have been prepared in China for more than a millennium before Italy. The difference lies in the flour, the Chinese are made from rice or soy while the Italian noodles are made from wheat.

To cook this pasta I have used a saucepan, but when it comes to frying it I have done it with my new “Le Creuset” Saute . We now move on to the preparation.

Ingredients (for 2 people):

200 gr of tagliatelle

4 large chanterelles

2 cloves of garlic

rosemary to taste

Parmesan to taste

Oil, pepper and salt


Put the pasta in boiling salted water. We look at the cooking recommendations in terms of time. It depends on each one if they prefer the pasta more “al dente” or not.

Meanwhile, slice the garlic cloves and chop the chanterelles into small cubes. In our Saute we add 3 tablespoons of oil and if you want you can add a little butter (size of a walnut). When the oil is hot, add the minced garlic and brown carefully so that it does not burn, add the chanterelles and brown for about 10 minutes.

When the pasta is ready, add it to the frying pan and sauté it, move it with a wooden paddle so as not to scratch it. Add the rosemary to release the essence, if you don't like it you can do without it. Season with salt and pepper and continue frying for about 5 minutes, no more.

One piece of advice: when I add the noodles, I add two or three tablespoons of the same cooking water; in this way the noodles do not stick.

Ready to serve. We can add grated Parmesan if you like.

An easy and simple recipe to make. I hope you enjoy it as much as me.

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