500 g fresh tagliatelle (or 250 g dry) 1 kg clams 1 carrot 2 celery sticks 3 tbsp. to s. of flat parsley leaves 1 clove of garlic 1 medium onion 20 cl of dry white wine 2 tbsp. olive oil salt and pepper mill. Peel the ...

Tagliatelle with clams (light ?)

500 g fresh tagliatelle (or 250 g dry) 1 kg clams 1 carrot 2 celery sticks 3 tablespoons parsley leaves 1 garlic clove 1 medium onion 20 cl dry white wine 2 tbsp olive oil salt and pepper from the mill Peel the carrot and onion, crush the celery and wash them off Cut all the vegetables into small dice of 2 or 3 mm Peel and crush the clove of garlic Wash the clams with large water and drain them Heat the olive oil in a Dutch oven, fry the vegetables and garlic 3 min over low heat, pour the white wine and pepper, bring to the boil and cook for 5 minutes, cook the tagliatelle in boiling salted water. To cook the tagliatelle, throw the clams into the pot, and cook for 2 to 3 min over high heat, stirring several times, until they are all open. Drain the pasta, pour it into the pot, stir quickly and leave 1 or 2 minutes on the heat to warm the whole. Serve in a hot dish, sprinkled with parsley. Enjoy

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I had never made this cake, we all found it very light, fresh and nice to eat after meals. I found this recipe on a magazine that found a piece of cash at Intermarché. Ingredients for four people. For the biscuit ......

6 cl of white agricultural rum, a teaspoon of Cannes sugar (real) half a quarter of untreated lime. In a poncho or aperitif glass, squeeze the lemon and add the sugar. Pour the white rum. Add the lemon juice in a hurry ......

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