Who doesn’t love a simple and quick meal that wows? This Pasta with Browned Butter and Mizithra cheese can be created in fifteen minutes, yes fifteen minutes, and it is a recipe you will wish to keep for existence.
For me among the best entrees you will get in the Old Spaghetti Factory is the Spaghetti with Mizithra and Browned Butter. It's just amazing! But, why should you go there and spend $11 for just one when you are able feed a household of four exactly the same meal for under that in your own home? It’s funny in my experience posting this type of simple recipe since it’s so simple you don’t require a recipe for this, this really is more discussing the concept should you haven’t yet attempted it.
An execllent factor relating to this meal is it pleases everybody, in the gourmet sleuth for your pickiest eater. No-one can deny the scrumptious flavors of the pasta. And &"Mizithra,&" isn’t it simply fun to state?
You are able to serve this garnished with chopped fresh parsley like they are doing in the Old Spaghetti Factory however i really don’t think it requires it, it’s more for looks. I'd also refuse salt is required since the Mizithra brings enough salt towards the dish. You could include in additional fillers like roasted garlic clove, sauteed bread crumbs, freshly squeezed lemon juiceOrzeal or fresh tulsi however , this meal is ideal by using it’s three simple ingredients. You'll find Mizithra cheese within the niche cheese portion of most supermarkets (that is usually close to the produce section) or at Greek niche stores. This really is comfort food in internet marketing’s simplest and finest. At times you simply need some scrumptious carbs. Enjoy!
Pasta with Browned Butter and Mizithra (Must Try 15 Minute Meal!)
Yield: 3-4 servings
- 8 oz. spaghetti or fettuccine pasta
- 1/2 cup salted butter, sliced into pieces
- 3 oz finely grated Mizithra cheese, in order to taste
- Prepare pasta based on directions for auction on package (I'd recommend starting with hot plain tap water to boil the pasta because this will cut time you need to wait for a water to boil). Meanwhile, place butter inside a light-colored, small saucepan over medium heat. Prepare butter, swirling pan from time to time, until it's browned (start with sliced butter to make sure even melting. Listed here are the stages of to browning butter: the butter will first melt, it is lemony yellow after just a few minutes it will start to splatter a little - I swirl the pan most in this stage to lessen splattering, it will foam and start to smell nutty, then little brown specks will start to appear in the heart of the golden foamy bubbles - this is where you take it out of heat, I wait only a couple of seconds for any generous quantity of specs perhaps a 2-inch circle before removing from heat. Color wise it ought to move from a yellow, to golden tan, for an orange-y toasty golden brown).
- Drain cooked pasta well (Don't rinse the pasta with water or even the butter will not stick). Plate pasta, pour browned butter over pasta (sediments below and all sorts of), sprinkle with Mizithra cheese and toss if preferred to evenly coat. Serve immediately, you may also serve it with fresh cracked pepper and chopped fresh parsley if preferred (I do not think any salt is required since the Mizithra is a nice salty cheese).
- Recipe Source: Cooking Classy, inspired through the Old Spaghetti Factory
C. I really like likely to Spaghetti Factory with this (It's my job to obtain the Managers special and do half this and half clam sauce) however i agree the cost would be a bit from my achieve the final time I went. If only I possibly could find this cheese within Cache Valley. I’ve found something which is typed real close but it's more crumbly and isn’t easily shredded. What store would you purchase yours at? October 20, 2012 at 2:01pm Reply
Anonymous: After I saw the title of the publish, I had been wishing it had been in recognition from the Old Spaghetti Factory dish! October 20, 2012 at 2:15pm Reply
Jaclyn. C Most Kroger chains make it(for example Fry’s, Smiths etc). Additionally they market it in the Connected Food stores (Dicks, Maceys). They simply market it through the lb. There is also it at AJ’s Fine Foods, Trader Joe’s, Whole-foods, Sprouts and niche Greek Grocers. The stuff is amazing! October 20, 2012 at 2:45pm Reply
Patricia@ButterYum. Looks great I must admit, I’ve never heard about mizithra cheese. I’ll need to keep my eyes open for your. October 20, 2012 at 6:51pm Reply
The Cooking Actress. I have not heard about mizithra cheese, however i love browned butter and pasta, and so i figure I’ll prob. love all this. ) October 21, 2012 at 6:50am Reply
sally @ sallys baking addiction. Jaclyn, you simply saved my weeknight existence and sanity. EASY quick your meals are things i search for on pinterest as well as in recipe books. I believe I really like you. ) October 21, 2012 at 4:34pm Reply
Susanne. Here from Food Gawker and merely needed to stop and say hi. My hubby and kids love these items. They really get cravings for this about 4 occasions annually. Regrettably, the only real cheese store that transported Mizithra around has closed it’s doorways. v( And also the nearest Old Spaghetti Factory is 2 hrs away. These were gracious enough once to market us enough for just one meal once they learned about our plight. LOL. October 24, 2012 at 3:21pm Reply
Karen: for individuals that may’t discover the cheese. Hre is really a possible sub.
My SIL accustomed to get this to years back however with Mozzarella Dairy Product and also the fresh parsley. December 25, 2012 at 2:25pm Reply
Laura: Causeing this to be for supper tonight together with your Olive Garden Breadsticks recipe I'm able to’t watch for dinner. ) I discovered Mizithra at our local Sprout’s store ($4.85 for that 3oz needed within the recipe), however i also thought it was on Amazon . com.com for individuals who are able to’t think it is in your area they offer it in 8oz, 1 pound and bigger quantities not badly priced either. world wide web.amazon . com.com/For-The-Gourmet-Mizithra-Cheese/dp/B0029XEY26 Hope this can help! December 30, 2012 at 5:23pm Reply