Linguine is a type of pasta such as fettuccine but wider than spaghetti which originated from Italy.
Its name linguine is derived from little tongues in Italy and available in both whole wheat and white flour form.
Linguine can be cooked in different ways but is best when garnished with veggies and cheeses.
It is made based on fresh tomato sauce & is best garnished with asparagus and topped with grated cheese.
Linguine tomato sauce is such a mouth-watering dish.
It is highly nutritional and a great source of Vitamins A, C, Iron, Protein, magnesium, Calcium.
- Black pepper.
- 2 tins of chopped tomatoes.
- 1 clove garlic.
- 2 tsps. olive oil.
- 1pack linguine.
- 1 fresh asparagus or basil leaves.
- 1 chopped onion
- Stock cubes.
- Grated cheese.
- 1 crushed ginger.
- Add pasta in a pot of boiling water and allow to cook until tender (Drain water & set aside).
- Heat up oil in a saucepan, stir in onions and add chopped tomatoes.
- Add salt, garlic, ginger, pepper and stock then continue stirring occasionally until the sauce thickens.
- Once the sauce is properly cooked and thickened, bring down from fire.
- Place cooked pasta in a plate, add tomato sauce over it and top up with grated cheese.
- Garnish with asparagus or basil leaves (optional).
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