Spaghetti is a food that comes from Italy. Generally spaghetti is cooked to al dente (Italian for bite), where the spaghetti is fully cooked but there is a crunchy effect that is felt when the spaghetti is chewed. It can also be cooked until it is softer. Spaghetti itself is generally made from wheat flour and water. Variants of spaghetti dishes are as varied as for example, spaghetti aglio e olio, spaghetti bolognese, spaghetti carbonara, and others. Here is one recipe that you can follow, namely spaghetti al cartoccio:
Ingredients for 2 people:
200 g of shrimp
10 cherry tomatoes
½ many parsley
2 cloves of garlic
70 ml of white wine
½ lemon juice
How to make:
Make a Baking Paper White bowl container by tying each end with a string.
Preheat the oven to 180 ° C.
Cook the spaghetti in boiling water with a solution of salt until al dente. Meanwhile, finely chop parsley and garlic, halve tomatoes and fry them all in a little olive oil.
Pour a little white wine and season with pepper and salt. Add shrimp to the sauce and cook briefly.
Drain the pasta, add to the sauce that is still moist and stir until smooth.
Pour the spaghetti into a Baking Paper Seven bowl, add a little lemon juice and olive oil and cook for 10 minutes in the oven.
For those of you who have a busy life and want the efficiency of time to not need to wash dishes or bowls can use Baking Paper Seven. Baking Paper Seven is a silicone paper / parchment paper that is resistant to temperatures up to 220 ° C and food grade. In addition, even though Baking Paper Seven is put in the oven, this silicone paper will not heat when you touch it. Easy right? Let’s use Baking Paper Seven in each of your cooking activities.