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baked mushroom pasta

baked mushroom pasta

Pasta with baked mushroom aubergines it is truly exquisite. We are not really talking about Sicilian, but about a simpler and equally good dish, with an incredible gratin on the surface. The undisputed protagonists are aubergines, cooked in the way that in the south is called mushroom. The vegetables are cut into cubes and are added later fried in abundant oil. Once ready they are seasoned with a wonderful cherry tomato sauce fresh. They are good as a side dish, but prepare plenty of them because they are also excellent for seasoning pasta.

Pasta with baked mushroom aubergines

Ingredients x 5

  • large aubergine 1
  • garlic 2 cloves
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • salt
  • pepper
  • cherry tomatoes 15
  • basil
  • diced mozzarella 200 g
  • grated cheese
  • bread crumbs
  • butter 1 nut
  • pasta 500 g


The first thing to do to prepare pasta with baked mushroom aubergines is to wash the aubergines and cut them into cubes. In a pan, heat plenty of oil and fry the two cloves of garlic. Add the aubergines and cook until tender golden and soft. Meanwhile, rinse the cherry tomatoes under running water and cut them into 4 parts. Add them to the aubergines in the last 5 minutes of cooking. Season with salt and pepper and season with chopped basil leaves. At your place a mix to mix all the ingredients well.

Drain the pasta al dente. Transfer it to the pan with the seasoning. Stir with the mozzarella cut into pieces and drained and with the grated cheese. Butter the baking tray and sprinkle it with breadcrumbs. Transfer the seasoned pasta inside. Complete with another sprinkling of grated cheese and distribute the butter cut into cubes little ones. Cook at 220 degrees until a crust forms on the surface. Your pasta with baked mushroom aubergines ready. Enjoy your meal.

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