Fancy authentic Italian cuisine this period but how can you get your cravings fixed without leaving the comfort of your home? You can enjoy the Barilla‘s new range of Italian Pasta Kits at home! Now available in four mouth-watering variants, each pasta kit comes with pasta and a sauce pouch, making it a convenient one-pan solution for all. You can even top it up with your favourite ingredients!
Fusilli Al Pesto
Penne Al Pomodoro
Penne Alla Puttanesca
Want to know how fuss free these pasta kits can be? Follow the recipe below!
Barilla’s Pasta Kit Recipe
Preparation time: 5 min (If you add in meats/seafood as your additional ingredient)
Cooking time: 15 min
1 x Durum Wheat Pasta (170g)
1 x Pomodoro / Primavera / Puttanesca / Pesto sauce (210g)
- In a large flat pan, pour together 600ml of cold water and the pasta.
- Turn the high heat on and cook for 10 minutes.
- Reduce to medium heat, cook for 5 minutes, and stir occasionally.
- Remove the pan from the heat and stir in the sauce until it combines together with the pasta. (in between feel free to add in your additional ingredients)
Yes, and now the pasta meal is ready! This is one of my favourite quick and fuss free kind of meal – cooking everything within a pot, less mess and washing but still able to create a perfect Italian cuisine for my family!
With the right ingredients, cooking pasta is easy – now anyone can be a pasta master with Barilla! The new pasta kits are simple to prepare and easy to cook, providing ideal solutions for those who require quick and convenient meals that do not compromise on quality. The pasta kits are also ideal for those who are just starting out their culinary journey and need help creating simple yet tasty meals.
Barilla’s Italian Pasta Kits are now available at RedMart, Amazon and FairPrice (online only), and retail at S$6.50 each.
About The Barilla Group
Founded in Parma in 1877 from a bakery and pasta-making store, Barilla is now one of Italy’s biggest food groups, world leader on the pasta market and number one in ready-to-use sauces in mainland Europe, bakery products in Italy and crispbreads in the Scandinavian countries. The Barilla Group has 28 production sites (14 in Italy and 14 abroad) and exports to more than 100 countries.