Pasta In Red And White Sauce – Easy To Make Italian Pasta Recipe By Ruchi Bharani

Learn how to make pasta in red and white sauce.

Pasta is undoubtedly a comfort food at its best. Chef Ruchi Bharani brings you an easy, hassle-free and extremely delicious pasta recipe that calls for a variety of flavourful ingredients that blend beautifully in red and white sauce and taste delicious.

Ingredients:

1 cup milk
100g Penne Pasta
2 tomatoes
1 tbsp red chilli flakes
1 tbsp garlic – chopped
1 small onion, finely chopped
1 capsicum – chopped
1 zcchini – chopped
1 1/2 tbsp tomato sauce
few basil leaves
2 tbsp cheese
1/2 tsp dry oregano
1 tbsp fresh celery
Salt to taste

Method:

– In a pan, heat butter.
– Add the plain flour to it and cook for a few seconds.
– Once it changes the colour slightly, add the milk. Keep whisking and bring it to a boil. Cook it until it’s thick.
– Once the sauce is thick, get it off the flame.

– In another pan, heat butter.
– Once the butter melts, add the chopped onion and let it cook for a few seconds.
– Add the garlic paste, chopped capsicum and zucchini and let them cook for a few seconds.
– Add the tomato pulp to the above ingredients and let it cook for atleast 7 – 8 minutes.
– Add the ketchup, fresh basil leaves, dried oregano and red chilli flakes and stir well.
– Add some water and stir.
– Add the white sauce to the above ingredients and mix well.
– Add the cheese and salt and mix well.
– Add the boiled penne pasta to the sauce and stir well.
– The delicious pasta is ready to be served.

Director: Suchandra Basu
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Editing: Dinesh Shetty
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Comments

kumpay man says:

I love the idea of ketchup for flavor and coloring

Mr_ Stapler says:

Wtf u are India lady on an Italian cooking show like what the actually fuck next ur going to have a Chinese man cook a dog

damera shalini says:

should we add boiled milk

arooj mughal says:

Definitely trying this !!!

Bobby Upreti says:

mam pls tell me what is origno

Supriya Das says:

what kind of cheese did u put?

Ali Serht says:

I tried now thankyou it ezay and tastiiiiiiiiiiiiii

Asifa Wasim says:

EXCELLANT RECEIPE

D3OX says:

My dog didn’t really appreciated it. I’m now going to its funeral

Nelly nelly rowland says:

very very nice n was delicious

Asifa Wasim says:

Amazing Recipe!! Just now cooked it for my HUSBAND HE AND I ALSO LOVE IT.

erandi silva says:

Gonna try it. Looks yummy. Thanks for sharing.

sidra zafar says:

How many servings will this make? Pls reply quick

Prerana S says:

yuck…..

Nirali kamdar says:

plz can u put a video on how to make restaurant style arrabiatta sauce at home??

Anaita Shroff says:

I once ate “Palak paneer” made by an American friend. She used tofu, chicken stock and god-knows-what-else to make the “curry”. It was the most rancid shit I’ve ever eaten. But the other Americans liked it and said Indian food was not as bad as thought it would be. Shared this story because I sympathise with Italians here. It’s okay to modify the recipe here and there (like substituting parsley/dill with coriander). But the above recipe tastes nothing like ~Italian-style pasta~. Point of trying different cuisines is to introduce our taste buds to different cooking styles. Channel – If you’re gonna make your own masala sauce and add pasta to it, remove the Italian word from the title.

sim zain says:

yum□

ASMR pro says:

I hate your dp rajshri food

Sana Shaikh says:

I make today it’s yum thanks rajshri mam…

Sherry Faziii says:

Guys chill!! You can throw pasta in any sauce and it would taste delicious ( thanks to the Italian)we have a life saver!! Apart from that.. in Pakistan a lot of people add ketchup to their pasta!! I know some people in America who add ketchup on top of their pizza! It all has to do with preference!

Jyoti Dave says:

stopped watching after awhile no measurement of milk or n e thing. please no ketchup in pasta sauce can’t believe uve dun that

Rajesh Thapa says:

Thank you..it was delicious..I cooked ur style..it was great experience.

Renuka Patil says:

ruchi bharani…….you are so pretty and good at what u do but why this firangi accent when u call all ur dishes with indian twist. your speech is clear but some pronunciation is so immitated.

Wizend Globe432 says:

wtf is fla

Janvi Jain says:

recipe of jain pink pasta

Man 2410 says:

mam i am learning thanks

Fizza Khan says:

can i add cottage cheese?

chittabathini srinivasareddy says:

It is so good

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