& SUNDIRED TOMATO PASTA
Looking for an easy and delicious dinner that's packed with flavor? Look no further than this caramelized onion pasta with sundried tomatoes! This dish is perfect for those nights when you want something comforting and hearty, but don't want to spend hours in the kitchen.
To make this pasta, all you need is a few simple ingredients, like pasta, onions, and sundried tomatoes. The onions are caramelized until they're soft and sweet, then combined with sundried tomatoes to create a rich and flavorful sauce that coats the pasta perfectly. What makes this dish so special is the depth of flavor that comes from the caramelized onions. They add a natural sweetness and umami flavor that pairs perfectly with the tartness of the sundried tomatoes. Plus, the creamy texture of the sauce is pure comfort food.
This pasta is perfect for any occasion, whether you're looking for a quick weeknight dinner or a cozy weekend meal. It's easy to make, but the depth of flavor makes it taste like you spent hours in the kitchen. So why not give it a try? Your taste buds will thank you!
Pasta of Choice
1 Large Onion
Sun Dried Tomatoes
1/8 Cup Double Cream
1tb Balsamic Vinegar
1tb Olive Oil
Peel & finely slice 1 large onion
In a pan on medium low heat, add in your onions and a little bit of water and cover with a lid. Let it caramelise, till dark brown and jamy. Make sure to give it a stir once awhile and add a little bit more water if it looks too dry.
While the onions are caramelising halve your cherry tomatoes and chop up your sun dried tomatoes into bite size pieces.
Remove your jamy caramelised onions and set it aside.
Set your pasta of choice to boil.
In the same pan add in 1tb of olive oil over medium high heat, add in your sundried tomatoes and cherry tomatoes to fry up for 1-2 minutes, till fragrant.
Add back in your caramelised onions, followed by 1/8 cup of double cream, 1tb of balsamic vinegar and your boiled pasta.
Mix well and season to taste with salt and pepper.
Serve up with some freshly chopped parsely.