Thursday, September 17, 2009

Dishi Volanti Pasta with Baked Sausage ala Petetaliano Recipe! ROFL!

Picture 1 - Pasta with baked sausage.................Picture 2 - Baked sausage and veg mix
After cooking and before cooking!
I love to buy and cook many types of pasta. The Dishi Volanti has very cute snail like shape. Some it look like some ladies earring to me. Ha ha ha! My kids would normally be quite excited whenever I cook odd shape pasta. Somehow my little toddler likes to eat pasta as well. I tried to do some thing different with this recipe. I had some steamed sweet potatoes leftovers and I used them as replacement for potatoes. The sweet potato came in two different colours; purple and orange. It is going to be a very colorful dish! Here is the recipe of Petetaliano Pasta Dishi Volanti. Ingredients Dishi Volanti Pasta, 1 cup, boiled in hot water until they turn soft, drain away excess water. Pepper, a dash Butter, 1 table spoon Salt to taste Olive oil, 1 teaspoon Baked Sausage Sausage (smoked), 3 pcs, cut vertically Sweet potato, 2 pcs, steamed until soft and peel off skin, cut into small chunks Onion, 1 pcs, chopped finely Cheese, 1 pc or just use cream cheese Red Pepper (Capsicum), 1 pc, chopped finely Dried Thyme, ½ teaspoon Dried Oregano, 1 teaspoon Salt to taste Tomato Sauce, 3 table spoons Put all the baked sausage ingredients into baking pan. Then put the mixture in the oven and bake at 180 Deg C for 20 minutes. Meanwhile, when the pasta turned soft, put in the pepper, butter, olive oil and salt to taste. Serve the pasta with the baked sausages.

16 comments:

kenwooi said...

looks nice..
wah im hungry edy.. =P

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mNhL said...

The baked sausages look awesome but am not a pasta fans.

EastCoastLife said...

The snail shapes looked so weird. I thought it was something else. hehe....

Pei Pei said...

My first time seeing this type of pasta :) Looks good, drooling now...

little prince's mummy said...

Yummy!

suituapui said...

My daughter will love this. Must try and cook for her when she's home for the Raya break

wenn said...

wow..u cook so well..

Pete said...

Kenwooi : Actually pasta can be cooked in many different ways!

mNhL : I cook it a little bit like Malaysian style, the taste will suit our local tastebuds, unlike the ones in the restaurant which are too plain. Try it out.

Eastcoastlife : My little 21 months old toddler likes it so much! Maybe the shape is cute!

Pei Pei : Can get at hypermarket, saw it in Tesco and Carrefour.

Little prince's mummy : Kids would like it!

STP : Wah, daughter back home, cikgu will be busy cooking....looking forward to read about the dishes you are going to cook!

Wenn : Got some of the ideas from watching cooking programs....and then modify to suit our taste!

reanaclaire said...

Pete: it is all your fault!!

hahhaa....

after looking at the pics , i have to ransack my fridge for my peng pei mooncakes... to kill this "wai sik-ness" in me...aiyoh.. so late lagi.. 10.30pm already.. gained some calories liow..

Pete : what is the meaning of ROFL? i always see stp put LMOA or LMAO but i dont know the meaning.. care to teach?

~dolly~ said...

oh.. a yummy blog!! ^-^
definitely will visit here frequent for more recipe.. =p

Pete said...

Claire : Ping Pei mooncake very nice, my fridge out of stock already, this weekend must buy somemore!
LMAO - 'Laugh my ass off!'
ROLF - 'Roll on floor laughing'
Imagine seeing STP rolling on floor laughing.....ha ha ha! ke ke ke!
Opps, cikgu going to hentam me already for writing this! LOL!

Pete said...

Dolly : Thanks for visiting my blog. Always welcome here, be back ya!

Ayie said...

one thing for sure, i like your pasta shape! so cute!

Pete said...

Ayie : One way to trick the kids to eat more...he he he!

Tching said...

First time seeing this. Loved the shape though. Will be buying this and dish out something out of this. ;p

Pete said...

Tching : Quite tasty and cute! Try it out! Cheers!

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