Fry the garlic in the olive
oil. Add sambal, white wine, tomatoes and tomato puree and simmer for
30-45 minutes, until the sauce has the right thickness. Add the basil
leaves to the sauce.
Arrabiata in Italian means "enraged" referring to
the spiciness of the dish. The original recipe was made with peppers
instead of sambal, but the result is the same - after all, Worldcook
is also a fusion cook.
Serve with fresh pasta
or any kind of other pasta.
On the 21st of April
753, Romulus established Rome, which is in Lazio.
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for more links between cooking and historical events.