How to make it

  • Add salt to water and let it come to a boil. Dump in the perciatelli or spaghetti.
  • Have your onions sliced into thin strips. Meanwhile, heat oil in a large pan. Add the diced garlic and saute lightly.
  • Add ALL of the onions (it looks like a lot but it will shrink greatly). Add salt & pepper to taste.
  • Cook until onions have become translucent (about 10 minutes) on low-medium heat (you may have to add some oil here and there to prevent the onions from sticking).
  • Add the wine, stir, and leave the pan alone for 5-7 minutes. When you come back to it, there still should be a good amount of wine in there. Add the diced & crushed tomatoes. Let cook for 2 more minutes.
  • Turn off heat. Drain pasta. Add pasta to the pan and mix well together. Serve on large wooden bowl and garnish with basil/parmesan.
  • Don't forget the glass of vino.

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  • tillia 10 years ago
    I am saving this to try when my tomatoes and basil come in...Just a few weeks...Sounds great. TY
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    chefmeow ate it and said...
    This sounds amazing. Great post and a very high 5. Yummers with a capital Y.
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    " It was excellent "
    kochhexe ate it and said...
    ahhh yes,you are a girl after my own hear :-) - cooking with wine - wonderful. and the slightly sweet combination fo onions and wine - grrrreat! i'll be sure to cook this one of these days - contains stuff we always have around the house.
    thanks for sharing!
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