Tomato sauce bucatini
Bucatini is a type of long pasta that looks like “fat” spaghetti. The name comes from the Italian “buco”, meaning “hole”.
Indeed, bucatini has a hole through its entire length that allows the sauce to fill the pasta in the middle. Hence, it goes very well with tomato sauce and any other type of thin sauce.
This is a super-easy recipe to make, and yet it is always delicious!
- 250 gr bucatini
- 2 cups tomato sauce
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- Non-dairy, parmesan-like cheese
- Pinch of rock salt
- 3 tablespoons soy mince
Cook the bucatini in abundant boiling water with a pinch of rock salt. In a saucepan, add a little olive oil and heat to low. Add the tomato sauce and the soy mince. Cover and let cook on a low heat.
When the bucatini is al dente, drain and transfer back into the cooking pan. Pour the tomato sauce on the bucatini and heat the pan to low while you stir it well. Let the bucatini absorb the sauce and then take off the heat.
Serve, sprinkled with non-dairy parmesan-like cheese.