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Penne Romesco

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Recipe by Ryan Carey

Ryan has been a chef for 11 years working for top restaurants, national sports teams and celebrities. He has held all the positions including that of sous chef, exec sous chef and executive chef. He has knowledge of all different cooking styles and techniques. His passion is focusing on Paleo and Carnivore cooking and highlighting organ meats in creative ways.

Impress that special someone with this unforgettable pasta dish served with a bold and zippy Spanish romesco sauce. 

Instructions

Step 1

To make the romesco sauce, combine the peppers, almonds, tomato paste, garlic, sherry vinegar, paprika, Pluck seasoning, and cayenne pepper in a blender.

Step 2

Start the blender on low, slowly add the olive oil until smooth. Save & set aside. 

Step 3

Slightly undercook the pasta by a minute or two according to package directions. 

Step 4

In a large heavy bottom saucepan, over medium heat, bring romesco sauce to a simmer. Add drained pasta. Stir frequently to coat past evenly with sauce. 

Step 5

Serve pasta in a bowl with fresh burrata. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with Pluck seasoning. 

The heat level in this dish can be changed by the addition or subtraction of the cayenne pepper. This dish as it sits now has a nice zing level. With the versatility of the romesco sauce, you can add any protein of your choice even including shellfish. If you would like to make this dish extra creamy, you can add 1/4 cup of heavy cream while simmering the romesco sauce.

Ingredients

1-16 ounces jar of roasted piquillo peppers

1/2 cups of organic roasted almonds

2 tablespoons organic tomato paste

5 medium-large organic cloves or garlic, peeled

11/2 tablespoons sherry vinegar

1 tablespoon smoked paprika

11/2 tablespoons Pluck seasoning

1 teaspoon cayenne pepper

1/2 cups extra virgin olive oil

1-12 ounces package gluten free penne

Fresh burrata

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