Hello everybody! Today I want to share with you my Pappardelle Bolognese recipe! This is the Southern Italian style where we don’t add carrots and celery. I will be doing it the northern (original) style some time in the future, stay tuned! A lot of you have been asking what sauce you can use if you don’t make your own at home. I always have my own homemade sauce and I highly recommend making your own, but if you can’t, I recommend getting sauce in a glass jar, never in a can. My son made me aware of a delicious sauce from Parma that he uses. I would recommend this sauce by Mutti if you don’t make it yourself. Watch the full video to follow along as I make this Pappardelle Bolognese step by step or continue scrolling for the written recipe.
Hello everybody! Today I would like to share with you my fried oh yeah baby recipe. These hot peppers make every dish more flavorful! I enjoy a spicy kick added to certain dishes and this is a delicious way to enjoy it. Watch the full video to follow along as I fry these dried hot peppers step by step or continue scrolling for the written recipe.
Fill a small pot halfway with peanut oil and heat up over a medium/high flame. After about two minutes of heating up, place the bottom end of one hot pepper into the oil to check if the oil bubbles up around it. If it doesn’t, give it another minute to heat up and test it using a different hot pepper.