Pasta with Passata and Pork belly

Pasta with Passata and Pork belly

9 comments on “Pasta with Passata and Pork belly”

  1. PierreSBK71 says:

    Guys, I don’t want to sound like the picky one but it’s PASSATO, not PASSATA.
    PASSATO is usually the short term for ”PASSATO DI POMODORO”.

    Anyway, great recipe!

    1. PierreSBK71 says:

      And Pork Belly, here in Italy, it’s ”PANCETTA” 🙂

    2. AnAsalBeag says:

      It’s passata, passato sounds too much like potato and would cause mass confusion in Ireland.

      1. PierreSBK71 says:

        I’m talking about the original term. Here in Italy, it’s Passato di pomodoro.

  2. AnAsalBeag says:

    Only messing with you Ducatti.

    1. PierreSBK71 says:

      You did put two ”T” on purpose, right? XD

    2. PierreSBK71 says:

      OMG! I just realized…CAPALLO!!!! I’ve missed you!

  3. Emergence says:

    You had me at Pork Belly. Last time I had that I had duck fat fries with it. Damn, that was a lot of fat I ate that day.

  4. Ahhotep1 says:

    When I saw “pork belly” I thought politics. Then I saw pasta and read on…hmmm, interesting. Worth a try! Thanks 😀

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