Gluten-free Penne alla vodka
30 minutes total
If you're looking for a delicious and gluten-free pasta dish, look no further than this recipe for penne alla vodka. This classic Italian dish is made with gluten-free penne pasta, a creamy tomato sauce, and a splash of vodka for a touch of sophistication. It's easy to make and perfect for a cozy night in or a dinner party with friends. So grab your ingredients and let's get cooking!
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|320g (11,3oz)||Barilla® Gluten-free Penne Rigate|
|1||chili pepper (to taste)|
|200 g||GF smoked pancetta, into small cubes|
|1/2||glass of vodka|
|300 g||tomato pulp|
|to taste||Salt and black pepper|
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here are the four easy steps of the gluten-free penne alla vodka recipe
Start with preparing the “soffritto” :or “mirepoix”: slice the baby onion and chop finely. In a pan, heat up some E.V.O.O and cook the baby onion until it turns transparent.
- Baby onion
- E.V.O.O. (Extra Virgin Olive Oil)
Pour in the pancetta (bacon) cut into small cubes and cook until golden, by mixing regularly. As soon as it achieves a golden colour, blend with vodka on a high heat and let evaporate.
- Pancetta (Bacon)
Pour in the tomato pulp and reduce the sauce on a low heat, adjust salt. Mix with the cream and stir until obtaining a creamy and soft texture .
- Tomato pulp
bring a large pot of water to a boil, add salt and cook pasta according to package directions. Drain when “al dente” and whisk into the pan with the sauce. Sprinkle black pepper and serve immediately.
- GF Pasta
- Black pepper
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