Farfalle are a type of pasta. Commonly known as “bow-tie pasta”, the name is derived from the Italian word farfalla or butterfly. Farfalle come in several sizes, but have a distinctive bow tie shape. Usually, the farfalla is formed from a rectangle or oval of pasta with two sides trimmed in a ruffled edge, and the center pinched together to make the unusual shape.
Topped with parmesan cheese and served with mix salad, and my son ate it with Puszta salad. Everyone has their own preferences as to which salad it goes. I have my own too.
Yields 4 person and 2 dogs…lol…
* 500g Pasta (Farfalle)
* 3 tbsps. Olive oil
* 150g Salami, sliced
* 4 pcs. BellPeppers ( I used the yellow one and 1 pc. red one)
* 200g Brunch Classic or 1 cup Milk
* some Parmesan cheese
* 2 tsp. Italian Herbs
* some Salt and Pepper
1.) Cook farfalle in boiling water with salt and olive oil or al dente.
Heat a pan add olive oil and saute bell peppers and salami. Season with italian herbs, fresh ground pepper and some salt.
2.) Pour in a cup of milk or brunch classic, stir to blend and cover for about 5 to 8 minutes. Once it’s boil, turn off the heat.
3.) Pour in the sauce into farfalle and toss lightly add also right away the 2 tbsps. parmesan cheese. Keep warm. Guten appetit!