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Spaghetti Venus Way
(known in Italy as
Spaghetti al Pesto)
Would you like to know how to cook a recipe of Spaghetti that can have a natural aphrodisiac side effect?
Ok, if you are curious, follow me. Everybody knows Ms Venus was the Goddess of Love.
In her honor I renamed this famous Italian spaghetti recipe, already know as Spaghetti al Pesto.
In this recipe there are some natural ingredients known to have very aphrodisiac effects, as the Basil, the garlic and especially the PINE NUTS!
Let's get the ingredients for 3 persons:
- 500 gr (1 lb) of Spaghetti (but linguine or fettuccine are even better)
- 100 gr of Fresh Basil leaves (around two cups)
- 3 peeled cloves of Garlic
- 2 tablespoons of Pine nuts
- Oil extravergine (around 4 tablespoons)
- salt and pepper
- 4 tablespoons of Pecorino cheese (not parmesan)
- Salt and pepper
Let's get the garlic gloves, the basil leaves, the pine nuts and the pecorino cheese and mix it all in an blender. Let's add the oil of olive till our pesto become fluid and smelt. Usually for the above ingredients 4 tablespoons of oil are enough. Season it with salt and pepper to taste.
Meanwhile let's boil the spaghetti as I've already told you in the chapter How to cook Pasta in Human Way
When the spaghetti are ready get a couple of spoons of the boiling water and add in the pesto sauce. When the Spaghetti are ready you can add them in a large bowl with the pesto sauce you already prepared and mix it all adding if you want a little bit more of Pecorino and the remaining leaves of Basil to garnish.
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