White creamy boscaiola pasta
Rigatoni white creamy boscaiola
When I worked in restaurants, despite being on the Cilento coast, the most popular dishes, in addition to those based on fish, were the woodcutters. Yes, I speak in the plural, because in my kitchen there are two versions of boscaiola, which I call “Red and White”, the red, with porcini mushrooms and bacon, has a strong and decisive taste, while the white, with champignon mushrooms and sausage, has a delicate flavor and is suitable for all palates, even those who do not like mushrooms very much. The White creamy boscaiola pasta, is a quick and easy recipe to make, it only takes thirty minutes to prepare this delicious dish, loved above all by young people for its creaminess. I prefer rigatoni because it is a type of pasta that incorporates well sauces, ragout and creams and in this recipe there is no shortage of cream. In fact, in grandma Claudia‘s white creamy boscaiola pasta, there are two types of cream which, stirred in sautéed mushrooms and sausage with plenty of Parmesan cheese, make it a full-bodied cream, then sautéed with the rigatoni it becomes one and the flavors do not stand out from each other .
- 500 g Champignon mushrooms
- 500 g rigatoni pasta
- 250 ml panna cooking cream
- 200 ml heavy whipping cream
- 200 g frozen sweet peas
- 100 g grated Parmesan cheese
- 50 ml extra virgin olive oil
- 3 fresh pork sausages
- 1 white onion
- 1 bunch of parsley
- j.e. salt and pepper
Clean the champignon mushrooms well, cut them into slices, wash them quickly under running water and put them to drain in a colander
Clean and chop the onion and parsley separately
In a large pan, to contain the pasta, fry the onion with the oil and a little pepper
When the onion is golden, put the mushrooms and cover with a lid
When the water boils, lower the pasta and add the salt
While the pasta is cooking, remove the casing from the sausages, crumble them in the mushrooms and peas and fry for 1 minute, put a little water from the pasta cooking, so that the sauce does not burn and the sausage cooks
- This is a hot dish, I recommend that you consume it freshly made.
It is recommended to use rigatoni, if necessary it can be replaced with penne rigate.
- White boscaiola pasta can be kept in the fridge for one day.
- Vegetable knife
- Carving knife
- Chopping board
- Cooking pan
- Ladle for broth
- 2 table spoons