Not only does this pasta look like the Italian flag, it seamlessly combines classic Italian flavours with pure class
Everyone loves a good pasta dish and with thousands of pasta recipes to choose from or create yourself it's almost impossible to get bored of cooking and eating it. Whether it's simple parmesan and oil spaghetti (Cacio e Pepe), fresh seafood, garden vegetables, tomato sauce or meat ragu, you are at any point in time ready to fall in love all over again with a bowl of it.
Therefore this Pesto Confit Tomato and Burrata Rigatoni is undoubtedly a classy celebration of some of the most well-known and loved Italian ingredients - basil pesto, burrata cheese, oregano, olive oil, caper berries and of course, tomatoes.
What is Rigatoni Pasta?
Rigatoni is a large tube-shaped pasta defined by recognizable ridges rolling down their length. These ridges all in all make a great adhesive surface to grab onto sauces and grated cheese more easily.
The ends are cut square (as opposed to penne which has a diagonal shape). The pasta takes its name from the Italian word rigato which means 'ridged' or 'lined'. Rigatoni is most commonly served in the South of Italy, especially Sicily.
Confit cherry tomatoes with infused olive oil
This is a really handy recipe that can be used multiple times for multiple meals. Juicy cherry tomatoes, garlic and thyme are slowly simmered in olive oil to produce to most intense flavour bomb that any tomato could hope to achieve
Pesto, burrata, oregano and caper berry pasta sauce
Three very classic Italian ingredients harmoniously combined with juicy confit tomatoes to really make this pasta the ultimate Italian dish. Whilst eating you will notice the varied textures in your mouth - the thick satisfying bite of rigatoni, juicy popping cherry tomatoes, soft umami garlic, creamy milky burrata and the perfect sharpness of caper berries cutting through and cleaning your palette.
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