To make Roman pasta, stick to good quality pasta and follow all the rules for making it. The dish is actually very simple, requiring only pasta, cheese, butter, pepper and some free time. The Romans prepare a pasta with pecorino romano or cacocavallo cheese, but it is allowed to replace it with other similar cheeses – porloud and hard.
Prepare all ingredients.
Boil the pasta in salted water until al dente (slightly undercooked). Drain the water, but be sure to leave it for the sauce.
Melt a piece of butter in a skillet.
Add water and a mixture of peppers, which must first be crushed in a mortar.
Bring to a boil and add the pasta.
Boil the pasta and sauce for another minute or two, and at the very end add the grated cheese.
Stir everything quickly so that the cheese is evenly distributed and immediately place the pasta on a plate.
Garnish the prepared Roman pasta with cheese and fresh herbs if desired. Bon Appetit!
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