Longing for spring spaghetti

Longing for spring spaghetti
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
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  • tiny piece of peperoncino
  • the white/green part of leek
  • a serious chunk of Gorgonzola
  • spaghetti according to the number of guest you have to comfort
  • ev olive oil
  • parmigiano cheese as a must
In a humid cold February day what can be better than putting the ruby end of a peperoncino and let it float on a veil of ev olive oil adding short after that your leek finely sliced. Let it go until soft and while the pasta water comes to boil add a considerable piece of Gorgonzola cheese letting it melt on a very very low fire.
Toss your abundant amount of spaghetti per person into the salted boiling water, take the sauce away from heat, enjoy half a glass of Refosco wine with some homemade crackers and a blink before your spaghetti are al dente toss them in the sauce and mix them on a lively fire.

If with peperoncino some seeds have landed in your pan, the comfort you'll feel with the first mouthful of this incredible pasta will make you forget it may be cold and gloomy outside

Longing for spring spaghetti

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When spring is still a miraggio a good pasta dish can be of great help

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In a humid cold February day what can be better than putting the ruby end of a peperoncino and let it float on a veil of ev olive oil adding short after that your leek finely sliced. Let it go until soft and while the pasta water comes to boil add a considerable piece of Gorgonzola cheese letting it melt on a very very low fire.
Toss your abundant amount of spaghetti per person into the salted boiling water, take the sauce away from heat, enjoy half a glass of Refosco wine with some homemade crackers and a blink before your spaghetti are al dente toss them in the sauce and mix them on a lively fire.

If with peperoncino some seeds have landed in your pan, the comfort you'll feel with the first mouthful of this incredible pasta will make you forget it may be cold and gloomy outside
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