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Arrabbiata Sauce

Rustichella d'Abruzzo Arrabbiata Sauce
Arrabbiata sauce is a light marinara or red Italian sauce that is given an extra spicy flavor by adding hot peppers to the sauce. The word "arrabbiata" can loosely translate to "angry mood," a name inspired by its piquant taste. There are many varieties of this sauce, but most include red pepper, tomatoes, garlic, parsley, and onions.

Arrabbiata sauce will go well with any plain pasta, and it is often best enjoyed with penne, which are small ridged tubular pasta. The ridges help hold the sauce, and the tubes can also fill with the sauce creating fiery mouthfuls with each bite. When making arrabbiata with a tubular pasta like penne, it's important to make more sauce than needed to have adequately coated pasta, since arrabbiata sauce and others like it will be readily absorbed by the pasta.

Source: wiseGEEK


Mario Batali Arrabbiata Sauce - 24 Ounce

12/22/2013