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25 Mar 2014

Farfalle and Mushroom Campbell's Soup

Recipe [烹飪法] • 25 MARCH2014
Farfalle is a type of pasta. Commonly known as "bow-tie pasta", the name is derived from the Italian word farfalla. The "e" at the end of the word is the Italian feminine plural ending, making the meaning of the word "butterflies"

Farfalle come in several sizes, but have a distinctive bow tie shape. Usually, the farfalla is formed from a rectangle or oval of pasta with two sides trimmed in a ruffled edge, and the center pinched together to make the unusual shape. They are sometimes ridged, known as farfalle rigate. Different varieties are available: plain, tomato, and spinach. These are often sold together in a mix, recalling the colors of the flag of Italy; the mix is most often prepared with chicken. Though usable with most sauces, farfalle are best suited to cream and tomato dishes.

Potatoes are always a versatile, healthy option for a colorful, filling meal. Not only are they beautiful, but they’re also loaded with fiber and nutrients, including beta-Carotene, vitamins A and C, and antioxidants. They can be grilled, baked sautéed, and prepared in a huge variety of dishes. 

All the ingredients

Preparation method
1. Drain, rinse and dry the onion and potatoes and garlic.
2. Open Cream of Mushroom - Campbell's Soup and boil it, add water.
3. Heat enough oil to fry the garlic and potatoes. (add some salt)
3. Once the Onion, Garlic and Potatoes well fried , mix into the bowl of Mushroom Soup.
4. Add Farfalle and ready to eat.
5. Simple and Delicious.


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