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Neapolitan spaghetti nests

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Difficulty
Low
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Time
35 min
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Author
Kerstin Getto
lorem ipsum

Ingredients

Servings:
Makes: 12

500 grams spaghetti, from the day before
2  olive oil
1  onion
300 grams tomatoes
100 ml vegetable stock
2  basil, freshly chopped
12  mini mozzarella balls, (or one mozzarella cut into pieces)
  salt
  pepper


Instructions

STEP 1/7

Preheat the oven to 200°C (circulating air).

STEP 2/7

Peel and dice the onion and chop finely with Braun’s MultiQuick 7 350ml chopper attachment.

STEP 3/7

Wash the tomatoes and chop with the 500ml chopper attachment

STEP 4/7

Heat the olive oil in a non-stick frying pan. Add the onion and sauté. Add the tomatoes as well, deglaze with stock and simmer for about 10 minutes. Then season the sauce with salt, pepper and chopped basil. Add pasta to the sauce and mix well.

STEP 5/7

Now, using a fork and a spoon, roll up the pasta into small nests and place in the muffin moulds. Spread the remaining sauce over the nests. Place one mozzarella ball in the centre of each spaghetti nest.

STEP 6/7

Bake the spaghetti nests for about 20 minutes until the mozzarella has melted and is lightly browned.

STEP 7/7

Spoon the spaghetti nests out of the mould onto the plate and enjoy.


Tip: Add diced ham to the sauce or additional vegetables (peas, corn, peppers or similar) and serve with a colourful salad.
This recipe was prepared using Braun’s MultiQuick 7 (MQ 7085X)
Prepare the recipe also with one of our other models, such as Braun's MultiQuick 9 (MQ 9187XLI) or Braun's MultiQuick 5 Vario (MQ 5235 WH/BK).
A 500ml chopper attachment is not necessarily needed but you can simply use the food processor attachment with the chopping tool instead. A 350ml chopper attachment is not necessarily needed either but you can simply use the 500ml chopper attachment or the food processor attachment with the chopping tool instead.
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Neapolitan spaghetti nests

Ȑ
Difficulty
Low
ȑ
Time
35 min
&
Author
Kerstin Getto
lorem ipsum
Servings:
Makes:12

Ingredients


500 grams spaghetti, from the day before
2  olive oil
1  onion
300 grams tomatoes
100 ml vegetable stock
2  basil, freshly chopped
12  mini mozzarella balls, (or one mozzarella cut into pieces)
  salt
  pepper

Instructions

STEP 1/7

Preheat the oven to 200°C (circulating air).

STEP 2/7

Peel and dice the onion and chop finely with Braun’s MultiQuick 7 350ml chopper attachment.

STEP 3/7

Wash the tomatoes and chop with the 500ml chopper attachment

STEP 4/7

Heat the olive oil in a non-stick frying pan. Add the onion and sauté. Add the tomatoes as well, deglaze with stock and simmer for about 10 minutes. Then season the sauce with salt, pepper and chopped basil. Add pasta to the sauce and mix well.

STEP 5/7

Now, using a fork and a spoon, roll up the pasta into small nests and place in the muffin moulds. Spread the remaining sauce over the nests. Place one mozzarella ball in the centre of each spaghetti nest.

STEP 6/7

Bake the spaghetti nests for about 20 minutes until the mozzarella has melted and is lightly browned.

STEP 7/7

Spoon the spaghetti nests out of the mould onto the plate and enjoy.

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