We are craving white sauce pasta; courtesy: Vijay Varma. The actor has shared a snap of his indulgence on Instagram Stories. And, it looks every bit tasty. So are you ready for the details? Well, then, let us proceed. In the frame, we could see a plate full of white sauce pasta with a generous topping of shredded cheese and a side of grilled bread. Don't miss those small buns kept next to the paste. To amp up the Italian experience, Vijay Varma has picked a glass of lemonade from the beverage menu.
Take a look:
Italian food without a warm delectable plate of pasta and some wine is truly incomplete. Pasta can be formed into sheets, strips or any other shape. In case you didn't know, there are over 600 pasta shapes across the globe. For many, pasta is one of the best comfort meals. So if Vijay Varma's platter of white sauce pasta has made you crave this Italian delight, we have handpicked some delicious pasta recipes for you:
How much cheese is too much cheese? If you like to add a little extra cheese to your pasta, here is a perfect recipe for you. This pasta dish is made with four different types of cheese - Parmesan, Cheddar, Brie and Emmental. Save it right away.
2.Gnocchi with Tomato Sauce
Gnocchi or dumplings-like pasta are usually made with wheat flour, potato, breadcrumbs, semolina, and egg. For the sauce, this recipe uses a freshly-made tangy tomato sauce.
Pasta with a fresh mix of vegetables, some tangy tomato puree and lots of cheese, then topped with breadcrumbs and baked to perfection gives you heaven on a platter. This homestyle baked pasta is a winner on any day. Try this recipe at home
Ravioli is another type of pasta in which sheets of dough are filled with a mixture of your choice. Stuff it with a vegetable mix and drizzle a smooth sauce made with coconut milk, spring onions and fragrant lemongrass.
Originating from Italy's Bologna, Bolognese is a meat-based sauce used in pasta. This pasta recipe has minced lamb meat, onions, tomato, lots of parmesan as well as the warmth of nutmeg.
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