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Stew spaghetti puttanesca

One-pot spaghetti puttanesca is full of big, strong flavors from anchovies, kalamata olives and capers – the trifecta for a successful puttanesca.

Stew spaghetti puttanesca

This one-pot spaghetti puttanesca is so delicious and what could be nicer than a meal cooked in a saucepan for easy cleaning ?! Garlic, red pepper and oregano are also added to the sauce with the grape tomatoes and spaghetti for an easy and quick dinner. For more one-pot noodle recipes, try my one-pot spaghetti meat sauce and Instant Pot Baked Ziti.

Pasta tomatoes and water in a pan before cooking

I’m very excited to share this dish with you because it’s full of flavor, but I know some of you may be thinking – anchovies, really ?! Yes, you should definitely save the anchovies. They don’t make the sauce taste fishy – just salty and more complex.

How to reduce sodium in puttanesca

Anchovies: To keep the sodium from getting overdone, I used a little less anchovies than most spaghetti puttanesca recipes call for, but still got all of the umami I needed.Olives: If you want to reduce the sodium a little further, swap the Kalamata olives for Castelvetrano olives.Capers: Be sure to choose the ones that are packed in brine instead of salt. When you receive the salty capers, rinse them first before using them.

How to heat spaghetti puttanesca

The microwave is the perfect way to reheat leftover spaghetti. Just add one tablespoon of unsalted chicken broth per serving and cover and heat for about 40 to 60 seconds.

What to serve with pasta puttanesca

Pasta puttanesca goes great with a salad like this chopped feta salad or baby greens with goat cheese, beets and candied pecans and your favorite bread. You can also serve the spaghetti with toasted broccoli with crushed garlic or asparagus with Dijon vinaigrette.

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Stew spaghetti puttanesca

293 Cals 9 protein 48 carbohydrates 7th Fats

Preparation time: 5 min

Cooking time: 15th min

Total time: 20th min

One-pot spaghetti puttanesca is full of big, strong flavors from anchovies, kalamata olives and capers – the trifecta for a successful puttanesca.

1 tablespoon Extra virgin olive oil4th Garlic cloves, chopped2 teaspoon unsalted tomato paste3 Anchovy fillets, finely chopped2 teaspoon freshly chopped oregano1 1/2 tablespoon Capers, divided2 Cup unsalted chicken broth8th Ounces spaghetti1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes, plus more to taste1 pint Cocktail tomatoes, halved1/4 Cup sliced ​​kalamata olives1/4 Cup chopped fresh parsley

Heat the oil in a large pan (with high sides) over medium heat.

Add garlic and cook for 2 minutes while stirring. Stir in tomato paste and cook for another minute.

Add anchovies, oregano and 2 teaspoons of capers and cook for 1 minute while stirring.

Add chicken broth and 1 cup of water; Stir the caramelized pieces from the bottom of the pan.

Add spaghetti, tomatoes and peppers, raise the heat to medium high and bring to a boil; cook, stirring occasionally for 6 minutes.

Add tomatoes, olives, and the remaining 2 teaspoons of capers, cover the pan and reduce the heat to medium.

Cook for 5 to 6 minutes, until the pasta is al dente and the tomatoes are soft.

Remove from heat and stir in parsley.

Serve with more crushed red pepper if desired.

Portion: 11/3 cup, Calories: 293kcal, Carbohydrates: 48G, Protein: 9G, Fat: 7thG, Saturated fatty acids: 0.5G, Cholesterol: 2.5mg, Sodium: 651mg, Fiber: 3.5G, Sugar: 3G

Blue Smart Points: 8th

Green Smart Points: 8th

Purple Smart Points: 8th

Keywords: a pot, a pot of pasta, puttanesca

Posted February 18, 2021 by Gina

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