We love pasta and there's no two ways about it. It is possibly the second most popular Italian dish in India - first being pizza. Today, pasta has become such an integral part of our food habit that you will find people going creative with the recipes. From the classic aglio olio pasta to desi-style butter chicken pasta, we make it all in our kitchen. But what remains the most popular in the lot is a cheese sauce pasta. Boiled pasta, dunked in a flavourful cheesy sauce, the dish defines indulgence. And if you are like us, then no amount of cheese is enough for you. The best part is cheese sauce pasta can easily be made at home too.
All you need to make a cheesy sauce pasta are butter, flour, cheese, boiled pasta and seasonings of your choice. And of course, a pan to make the dish. But what if you don't have a proper kitchen setup at home? Fret not, we have found a solution for that too. Here's a cooking tip by celebrity chef Pankaj Bhadouria featuring a cheese sauce pasta recipe that can easily be prepared in a basic electric kettle. You heard us! We are talking about the same appliance you use to boil water and chai. Sounds quite interesting; right? So, without further ado, let's get on with the recipe.
Cooking Tips: How To Make Cheese Sauce Pasta In Electric Kettle:
- Boil penne pasta in an electric kettle and drain out the excess water. Store it in a bowl.
- Add butter, salt, pepper and milk to the pasta in the kettle and mix.
- Add cheese slice and mix everything well.
- Boil the pasta in the kettle again for maximum a minute.
- And cheese sauce pasta is ready in just seven minutes.
- Garnish with some chilli flakes and oregano and serve hot.
Watch the detailed cheese sauce pasta recipe (in electric kettle) below:
Also Read: How To Make Homemade Cheese: Celebrity Chef Pankaj Bhadouria Shares Easy Recipe
Try this unique way of to make cheese sauce pasta and share your cooking experience with us. Click here to read about the other dishes you can make in an electric kettle.
About Somdatta SahaExplorer- this is what Somdatta likes to call herself. Be it in terms of food, people or places, all she craves for is to know the unknown. A simple aglio olio pasta or daal-chawal and a good movie can make her day.