Roasted Tomato Tagliatelle

Posted at 02:00 • 22 Jan • Autumn Parker @Sauteedtears • Recipe


Have you ever described a tomato as ‘pleasantly acidic’? Do you wrap your pasta around your fork, while using your spoon to scoop up the sauce? Do you drink wine from the bottle while cooking? Yeah, it’s okay, me too. If you said yes to any of the above - congratulations, this recipe is for you.

This dish is easily customizable and simple to make! This recipe is great for a beginner, and a quick delicious option for an experienced cook. It’s not challenging to follow, although an inexperienced cook should read carefully and be patient. Let’s begin.

Roasted Tomato Tagliatelle

Posted at 02:00 • 22 Jan • Autumn Parker @Sauteedtears • Recipe


Have you ever described a tomato as ‘pleasantly acidic’? Do you wrap your pasta around your fork, while using your spoon to scoop up the sauce? Do you drink wine from the bottle while cooking? Yeah, it’s okay, me too. If you said yes to any of the above - congratulations, this recipe is for you.

This dish is easily customizable and simple to make! This recipe is great for a beginner, and a quick delicious option for an experienced cook. It’s not challenging to follow, although an inexperienced cook should read carefully and be patient. Let’s begin.

Roasted Tomato Tagliatelle

Posted at 02:00 • 22 Jan • Autumn Parker @Sauteedtears • Recipe


Have you ever described a tomato as ‘pleasantly acidic’? Do you wrap your pasta around your fork, while using your spoon to scoop up the sauce? Do you drink wine from the bottle while cooking? Yeah, it’s okay, me too. If you said yes to any of the above - congratulations, this recipe is for you.

This dish is easily customizable and simple to make! This recipe is great for a beginner, and a quick delicious option for an experienced cook. It’s not challenging to follow, although an inexperienced cook should read carefully and be patient. Let’s begin.

Ingredients

4-5 Sausage Links

10 Oz Cherry Tomatoes

Balsamic Vinegar (to drizzle)

5 Tbsp Culinary CBD Oil

There are multiple ways to produce this type of hemp plant oil, but this I have found is the most effective for cooking

You’ll need:

  • 16 Oz Olive or Coconut Oil
  • 1.5 Cups CBD Flower, ground
  • A Crock Pot
  • Cheese Cloth or another fine strainer (I used a metal coffee filter)

Add oil and flower to your crock pot. Cook on low heat for 4-6 hours. Do not allow oil to surpass a temperature of 240 degrees. Once finished, strain the mixture carefully. Store in a cool, dry place.

2 Tbsp Pesto

2 Cups Almond Milk

1 Cup Asiago

1 Cup White Cheddar

2 Tbsp Flour

2 Tbsp Minced Garlic

1 Tbsp Basil

2 Tsp Marjoram

2 Tsp Thyme

Pepper and Salt to Taste

1 Package of Tagliatelle Pasta

  • Begin by heating Your oven to 425 degrees. This is for roasting your tomatoes. Use an oven safe dish and line it with parchment paper.

 

  • Set it to the side. Wash your tomatoes, slice them in half the short way, and remove the seeds. Pat them dry and transfer to your dish. Add the pesto, s &p, 2 tbsp of CBD Oil, and drizzle with Balsamic Vinegar.

 

  • Toss the tomatoes around the dish to fully coat in the seasonings and oil. Roast them for about 10 minutes, checking periodically.

Ultimately, the degree of doneness you’d like to achieve is up to you. Review the first image of this post for my finished product.

  • While your tomatoes are in the oven begin grilled your sausages. I cooked mine on my George Foreman for about 12 minutes. They should reach an internal temperature of 160 degrees.

 

  • You want to make sure they cook fully and they also taste best with a bit of char. Once cooked, set aside to cool before slicing.

  • Prepare two sauce pots on the stove. Fill one with water, sprinkle in salt, and add a tablespoon of olive oil. Bring to a boil. Once boiling, add in pasta and cook until al dente.

 

  • Drain and set to the side.In your other pot, begin to simmer 3 tablespoons of cbd oil and the rest of your seasonings over medium to low heat. Cook the herbs in the oil for only a few moments - careful not to let it burn.

 

  • Sift in your flour and whisk into a smooth paste. You may need to remove the pot from the burner during this step. Once the flour and oil mixture is combined well; whisk in your milk, about a quarter cup at a time.

 

  • Your mixture should look like the photo to the bottom. Whisk the mixture over medium-high heat until it begins to bubble. Be sure to scrape the bottom of the pot.

 

  • The mixture will slowly thicken, do not add more flour. Add in your cheeses and simmer until the sauce sticks to the spoon.
  • Prepare two sauce pots on the stove. Fill one with water, sprinkle in salt, and add a tablespoon of olive oil. Bring to a boil. Once boiling, add in pasta and cook until al dente.

 

  • Drain and set to the side.In your other pot, begin to simmer 3 tablespoons of cbd oil and the rest of your seasonings over medium to low heat. Cook the herbs in the oil for only a few moments - careful not to let it burn.

 

  • Sift in your flour and whisk into a smooth paste. You may need to remove the pot from the burner during this step. Once the flour and oil mixture is combined well; whisk in your milk, about a quarter cup at a time.

 

  • Your mixture should look like the photo to the left. Whisk the mixture over medium-high heat until it begins to bubble. Be sure to scrape the bottom of the pot.

 

  • The mixture will slowly thicken, do not add more flour. Add in your cheeses and simmer until the sauce sticks to the spoon.

In a large bowl combine all of your ingredients and serve. This dish pairs well with a light salad or sauteed greens. Please enjoy!

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In a large bowl combine all of your ingredients and serve. This dish pairs well with a light salad or sauteed greens. Please enjoy!

Follow @ SauteedTears for more great recipes!