This 5-ingredient meal couldn't be easier to make!
Orecchiette pork sausage one clove of garlic red pepper sage broccolini a small amount of white wine or beer parmigiano bread crumbs. 1. Put a large pot of water up, and set it to boil. In an appropriately sized sauté pan @ medium heat, add a tablespoon of olive oil, then crumble the de-cased pork sausage into the pan, add red pepper if you'd like. add a generous amount of sage (start with 5 leaves per person) after a few minutes, when a bit of color begins to form on the sausage, add the garlic. 2. Salt your boiling water to the point that it tastes like the ocean, then add the orecchiette. when only a minute remains on the pasta's cook time add the broccolini to the water. 3. use a scoop of the salty, starch pasta water to deglaze the sauce pan. Dump the pasta and broccolini and add to the sauce pan. If a bit dry, add white wine or beer. top of with bread crumbs and parmigiano cheese.
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Okay, so in this video I show you how to broil rapini, also known as Broccoli Rabe (or Raap), Broccoletti, Broccoli di Rape, Cime di Rapa, Rappi, Friarielli, and Grelos. (I totally Googled that. Just saying.) Rapini looks sort of like broccoli, only smaller and wilder looking. I normally dont like it it can be kind of bitter but in this recipe its really sweet. For this recipe youll need: one bunch of rapini some olive oil and some salt (which you sprinkle on the rapini after cooking. Forgot to mention that part in the video.) Youll also need a baking sheet, a bowl to toss the rapini in, an oven and some kind of timing device (if you dont want to have to keep checking the rapini every couple of seconds). Just saying. Set your oven to about 350 degrees Fahrenheit, drizzle olive oil over the rapini, toss the rapini in a bowl with your hands to cover everything with the oil, and then arrange everything on your baking sheet and bake the rapini for about 35 to 40 minutes. When the rapini is done, the leaves should be all thin and crispy and starting to brown, and the stalks should be tender. Ish. Some benefits of this recipe are... okay, eating greens. Also: Not a lot of dishes to clean up afterwards. Some possible ways this recipe could fail: Cats love rapini. Apparently. So, your cats could eat all your rapini if you leave it unattended before you cook it. Also: I spilled salt all over my floor when I was photographing the salt. Also: I put my BlackBerry down on the counter and accidentally got olive oil on it. The End.
(5/03/14)-Oklahoma Gardening host Kim Toscano starts to harvest the broccoli alternatives growing in the studio garden.