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In reply to an earlier post on 6 Nov 2012 16:40:55 GMT
Do I like it?!! - Martina it's fantastico!!! :o>

Initial post: 6 Nov 2012 16:35:40 GMT
Martina says:
Hi everyone, I was speaking in one of the discussion about italian food and someone suggests to write some italian recipes as I am Italian and I have spent all my life in Italy, I moved to England only few years ago.
Today dish is: Pasta with prawns and asparagus (for two)

I love to cook grilled asparagus and every time I cut the last bit at the end, that is hard. With that hard bit you can make a nice pasta!

In a pot pour boiling water, add a pinch of salt and add the pasta you like. While the pasta is cooking take a frying pan, put a little of olive oil, add four or five prawns cutted into pieces (if you like more prawns just add some more), add the "hard bit" of the asparagus cutted in little fine slices.
Adjust with salt, pepper, a little of white wine and parsley. Let it cook for few minutes, as soon the pasta is cooked, add the pasta to the frying pan.

This is a white and super light condiment for pasta, very very quick but taste.
Add some cheese on top is you like it.

And that's it!

This is real Italian food, quick and simple!

I hope you will like it!
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