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Risottos penne pesto spinach with asparagus and sun-dried tomatoes

ingredients

servings

4

Extra virgin olive oil

to taste

Vegetable broth

1 liter

Spring onions

1 unit

Spinach

50 grams

Dried tomatoes, in oil

60 grams

Greenhouse asparagus

150 grams

Penne rigate, pasta

200 grams

first courses from Italy

Risottos penne pesto spinach with asparagus and sun-dried tomatoes

Risottos penne pesto spinach with asparagus and sun-dried tomatoes

vegan with gluten source of C vitamins high in potassium

ready in

20 minutes

difficulty

daily requirement

100% Fat

100% Protein

100% Carbohydrates

translated by Italian with google translate

Risottos penne pesto spinach with asparagus and sun-dried tomatoes

A quick recipe, complete, easy and delicious

Risottos penne pesto spinach with asparagus and sun-dried tomatoes step 1

step 1

With stalks of asparagus reduced to chunks prepare the sauce, along with the chopped onion and a little 'extra virgin olive oil combined with a spoonful of preserves that of the sun-dried tomatoes.

Risottos penne pesto spinach with asparagus and sun-dried tomatoes step 2

step 2

Meanwhile, mince the tomatoes and also keep some capers to the ones I put in the pot to flavor.

Risottos penne pesto spinach with asparagus and sun-dried tomatoes step 3

step 3

As soon as the sauce is ready to pasta, I toast and then I start to wet it with hot broth, added to ladles as it dries.

Risottos penne pesto spinach with asparagus and sun-dried tomatoes step 4

step 4

For risottare pasta it takes longer to boil it and enough broth.

Risottos penne pesto spinach with asparagus and sun-dried tomatoes step 5

step 5

However, when the pasta is cooked al dente to the spinach pesto and sun-dried tomatoes.

Risottos penne pesto spinach with asparagus and sun-dried tomatoes step 6

step 6

Stir to stir and mix, you can put cheese to taste, but I like to hear just the flavor of the vegetables.

Risottos penne pesto spinach with asparagus and sun-dried tomatoes step 7

step 7

Rather, a little 'peel and a few drops of lime are we to wonder.

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