UNFORTUNATE EVENTS PASTA PUTTANESCA – NERDY NUMMIES

Hey guys, it's Ro welcome to another nerdy Nummies today, I have a very special guest It's my friend, Justine (Hello~) she is amazing and awesome I'm putting all of her links down below go like subscribe show her some love I got so many requests from you guys to make something from the show a series of unfortunate Events so that is exactly what we're going to be doing today for those of you who aren't familiar with the series of unfortunate events? the Baudelaire Orphans Make pasta puttanesca for the Evil count Olaf, and I think it's one of the most iconic dishes from this series They should be really cool, and I've never made handmade Pasta This is gonna be exciting now before we get started I have to make a confession Justine You okay, I gotta be honest this recipe that we're making today is pasta Puttanesca minus the anchovies (GASP) And I know what you're saying

Ro if you make pasta puttanesca without the anchovies It's not pasta puttanesca, and you are correct, and I'm going to be putting the recipe down below with anchovies But we're going to be leaving out the anchovies because I just don't like them I don't like anything that's looking back at me Like hey! let's get started! The things you'll need for a homemade pasta dough will be two cups of all-Purpose Flour 3 eggs 2 to 4 tablespoons of water half a teaspoon of salt and 2 tablespoons of olive oil and for our red sauce 1/3 cup Cherry tomatoes quarter cup sliced black olives 2/3 cup strained tomatoes or tomato Puree 2 tablespoons of Capers Drained 1 tablespoon of olive Oil fresh garlic and we're using 1 clove and a bunch of salt for our pasta water Now let's Put it all together First step is making our pasta dough we're using a food processor But if you don't have a food processor, that's ok you can still use your hands We're just making things a little bit easier for us today start by adding our flour and then we need to make three little holes With our hands justine this is fun So make a little hole okay this is gonna be a nest for each egg Sprinkle in a little salt all over you want to crack the whole egg into the hole here Here we go (BOOM) nice Let's put this lid on and make some dough ready Yeah, good for it Oh God we have a bowl in your area keep pulsing until your dough becomes crumbly then slowly pour the oil Last thing we're adding is water

This is where we just need to eyeball it and see if our dough becomes sticky enough We just don't want to be too dry Oh, this is good Go, that's how you know Sticks together into one big ball even when you're making pasta with a machine you still gotta use your hands you need to need it Awe so good Sprinkle some flour so the dough doesn't stick put a little bit of flour on your hands You're gonna push it forward pull back and turn keep kneading with your hands until the dough isn't Sticking to you anymore You know the dough is ready when you poke it And it's tacky not sticky wrap it up tight now Let them sit out at room temperature for a half hour to rest Take a moon you take a little man

See you soon Yeah, our dough is that else so now we got to unwrap it and flatten it out That's right I've got my pasta machine This is my very first pasta maker of my own make your jokes you for a doll alright We're gonna start with half of the dough using your hands push it down flat Just put a little bit of flour on the dough there We go first time through come I am into their slow and steady You know I absolutely had no idea what we were doing today Come on Leave it to a couple of times on zero to make sure your dough is really flat keep it on one oh It's like a little baby Yea catch it! No chemica throw a few times on each number ten seconds

I'm Gonna go I'm running out of arm Oh My goodness isn't this crazy Insane you hold it up there, okay cranking this is so fun Okay? Yes, this is the final Countdown Dolan's world now we cut it into pasta There's two settings There's a large setting for larger fettuccine and then smaller fine fettuccine So we're doing the really small one because I'm trying to make it as similar to spaghetti as possible It's gently put your hand in there and guide as you go, so you can just keep running over there Yeah, I'm just I'll be at home it was beautiful Use your fingers and gently Separate penne pasta Strands that you see clumping take a little paintbrush with a little bit of flour and just sprinkle a little over the top yep Yes, this is nice All right

We finished the past so let's do that second half Yes We're going to insert it now to the pasta once all of the pasta is rolled and cut let it sit for just a few Minutes to dry we've got our pasta rustling off to the side and now it's time to make our red sauce Yes And this recipe is super simple I think that's why the baudelaire children choose this recipe is because it's very easy just seems got a cutting board a small Sharp serrated cutting knife and she is cutting the little cherry tomatoes In half and then I am going to be chopping up a slope of fresh garlic now Garlic cloves are fun Are you want to see some fun livan place them down on top of the cutting board take a large sharp cutting knife? Place on top We're just going to give it a quick Just like that Pops it right out of there Oh, we got a little baby one off to the side Perfect more garlic for us now chop this up PBBb PBBb PBBB made a baby baby, baby We just got done chopping up our tomatoes or garland and now we're going to take the rest of our soft Ingredients over to the stove and we'll be cooking our fresh pasta at the same time this is also the time if you're using anchovies to take them over to the stove and To your soft mixture place a pot of water on the stove and turn the heat to high Add a good amount of salt into your pasta water

It should take sexy water Salty salty place a large Saute pan on the stove and turn heat to medium-high add your olive oil and let it heat up add Your chopped garlic and cook until the garlic becomes fragrant then add your string tomatoes And cook for one to two minutes and then turn your heat to low add your tomatoes capers olives and cook for 3 to 4 minutes stirring occasionally now place your pasta into your boiling salted water and cook for about 1 to 2 minutes or until your Pasta starts to float when your pasta is ready add it directly into your pan of sauce I'm using tongs just pick it up and Scoop it over toss the pasta around in the sauce then take your pan back over to your cooking station our pasta is finally done Cooking and now for our mine Step We're going to chop up some parsley Yes, this is where in this series the little baby Sunny is like dedededede She's like shredding the parsley with her teeth I wish I had sunny, but we don't we don't have a Sunny We don't we got this but we want all the leaves you don't want to heat the stem wish it together in a low pile and just keep cutting and Your truck's parsley to the pasta and give it a toss now It is ready to serve I'm spinning and then pick up that little spin ball and slop it on the plate Yeah, oh yeah, this is a really hefty serving

is that my serving? Bring me my creamier player Are you hungry because I am? Here is the pasta puttanesca that we made from a series of unfortunate events a big Thank you to you guys for suggesting this and they say you do my friends are saying for helping me make this today Thanks for having me It's also fun again I'll be putting her link down below Go like subscribe show her some love And I'll be posting pictures in this recipe on Rosanna Pansino Comm Facebook Instagram and Twitter so you can check out the recipes there and if you guys make this pasta Please take a picture and send it to me I love seeing your creations it just makes me happy It makes my day also if you have any other ideas for any other nerdy Nummies, please leave me a comment down below, and I will do my best We can have it alright

Thanks again You guys bye-bye okay? Yeah, we tried Bye Okay? Yeah, yeah Okay I want to order So close me I was read aloud, but we made it I cut this tomato

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