straccetti-pasta-with-sausage,-onion-and-tomatoes

Ingredients: ( for 6 people)
Sauce:

- 4 sausages
- 1 onion
- 5 tomatoes
- extra virgin olive oil

Peal the onion, and slice it up into small cubes. Heat up a frying pan with a bit of extra virgin olive oil in it and get the onions brown. Add the sausages in, cook them together for about 15 minutes, than add a glass of white wine to it. When it starts to evaporate, add the chopped tomates and cook for about an other 40 minutes.

Pasta:
- 5 Cups flour ( 500 gr )
- 5 Eggs
- salt
- extra virgin olive oil

Make a volcano with the flour and break the eggs into the crater. Add a pinch of salt .Break eggs up and slowly begin to stir in the dough. Cut the pasta into ¼ pieces and roll out using a pasta machine, or roll out by hand until the desired thickness. For “Straccetti”, it needs to be thin. You need to take the knife and cut stripes of the pasta. Boiling fresh pasta. When the water boils, add salt a tiny bit of olive oil and put the pasta in slowly. It needs about 6-8 minutes to cook. When it is ready, all you need to do is, to mix it up in a pan with the delicious sauce you already made.

Very good with our Bianco del Mulino! Buon Apetito!

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