Out of the many famous and delicious dishes in the world, there’s this one simple yet scrumptious dish that almost everyone loves. It’s Spaghetti!
Since today is Spaghetti Day, why not we get to know its history? Well, for a start it is suggested that spaghetti might have been introduced to the world thousands of years ago by the Arabs. This is in reference to boiled noodles. Historical records have also shown that dried noodles or pasta might have been sold as early as the 5th century A.D!
Aside from these facts, spaghetti is highly associated with Italy. It is known as one of the famous Italian signature cuisines and has been revolutionized into a wide variety of pasta shapes. The term “spaghetti” actually means “little lines” and is the most common round-rod pasta.
Spaghetti became popular all over the world after the being introduced to restaurants by the Italians and following the development of pasta factories and back in the 19th century.
So, to celebrate this day, let’s explore and try these recipes ourselves!
Here is one of the recipes by the famous cook, Jamie Oliver! And of course, you can change the bacon to maybe chicken slices or just vegetables.
Video credit to Jamie Oliver
Try these simple recipes too! Chicken Bacon Broccoli Alfredo, Garlic shrimp scampi, spinach mushroom pesto spaghetti and tomato basil sausage spaghetti! Yummy!
Video credit to Tasty
OR if you’re super lazy and you’ve been dying to try the “one-pot pasta recipe”, check out this video by another famous cook, Martha Stewart!
Video credit to Martha Stewart
Enjoy the spaghetti! Buon appetito!
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