How To Make Noodles With Salami Spinach Cream Sauce

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Do you ever have a feeling to have something new on your menu? Something which is made of noodles but then a different one from the classic spaghetti or macaroni? Well, this meal is my favorite of all the noodle recipes that I have tried because it is easy to make and you can even do it with your left over noodles from yesterdays´ meal.


You can use different kinds of noodles such as spaghetti, macaroni, spaghettini and spätzle (a German noodle from the south of Germany). I prefer spaghetti, spätzle or the best is Tagliatelle Tricolore noodles. But of course you can make this from your chosen noodles.


Tagliatelle Tricolore pasta is an Italian whole wheat flour sort of noodles which has three different colors. Orange, green and the normal light yellow. The orange color is the result of adding tomato powder color, the green from the color of spinach powder and the light yellow one has no added color at all.

The Ingredients of this Menu
The Ingredients of this Menu | Source

Things needed

  • Frying pan
  • Kitchen knife
  • Chopping board
  • Ladle
  • Strainer
  • A big pot

Tagliatelle Tricolore Noodles
Tagliatelle Tricolore Noodles | Source

Ingredients:

Serves 4 persons:

500 grams of noodles, any kind

1 clove of garlic or more if you wish

1 piece of onion cut in small cubes

1 tomato, cut into cubes(without skin, if you wish)

1/2 kilo fresh spinach or 500 grams frozen one

200 grams salami or bacon cut into stripes

400 grams whipping cream

2 tablespoons creme fraiche with herbs (sour cream)

1 chili, cut into stripes but without seeds

parsley

salt and pepper to taste

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The ingredients of this menu.Salami cut into stripes.
The ingredients of this menu.
The ingredients of this menu. | Source
Salami cut into stripes.
Salami cut into stripes. | Source
Saute the ingredients.....
Saute the ingredients..... | Source

How to do it.


Boil a big pot of water for the noodles. Add a little salt to the water. When the water is boiling, put the Tagliatelle Tricolore noodles or any noodles you choose to cook in the water and follow the instruction of the cooking time of your pasta, 9 or 10 minutes.


Note: If you use fresh spinach, clean the leaves first with clear water and put them on the strainer so the remaining water can goes off the sink. If there is no fresh spinach, the frozen one is good as well and you don´t have to do the washing.


While your pasta is boiling, heat the frying pan on the stove. Put a few tablespoons of olive oil on the heated frying pan. When it is heated, sauté the pieces of garlic, onions and tomato cubes. Wait until the onions are glossy. Add the salami or bacon pieces and the chillies. Then put the spinach and mix them together. Let it cook for a few minutes until the spinach is done.


Add the whipping cream and let it cook for a minute and add the creme fraiche or the sour cream to the mixture. Continue cooking until the sauce has reduced a little and add the salt and pepper to taste. Add more salt and pepper if you want to.

 Salami  Spinach Cream Sauce
Salami Spinach Cream Sauce | Source

Serving


Put the cooked pasta on the strainer. Put one portion of the pasta on a deep plate and add the just finished Salami Spinach Cream sauce on the top of it. Sprinkle with fresh parsley. Boun Apetit!

Tagliatelle with Salami Spinach Cream Sauce
Tagliatelle with Salami Spinach Cream Sauce | Source

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marellen 5 years ago

Sounds and looks delicious. I will print this so I can cook and serve soon. Thanks for sharing this.


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Patty Inglish, MS 5 years ago from North America

Looks delicious to me too! Rated up.


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carlinef 5 years ago

This looks really good. I always love to cook with the vegetable pastas. I think I may try this. Thanks for sharing.


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Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany Author

Hello marellen! Thanks for visiting and commenting on this article. Enjoy your cooking and please tell me how you like it.


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Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany Author

Hi Patty Inglish, MS! Thanks for stopping by and giving a comment. Yes, it is delicious. I hope you will like it when you try this recipe. Have a nice day.


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Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany Author

Nice to meet you here in HubPages, carlinef. Spinach vegetable with the pasta is quite a change from a classic pasta but it taste good. Have a try and please tell me how it goes with your cooking;D


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ThelmaC 5 years ago from Blue Ridge Mountains, USA

To my fellow Thelma: This sounds delicious. My husband is Italian and I believe he will enjoy this dish. Thanks for sharing. I voted UP and Useful.


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Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany Author

Thanks ThelmaC for voting up and useful. I hope you and your husband will like this meal. Have a nice evening.


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randomcreative 5 years ago from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

This looks amazing! With this combination of ingredients, I'm sure that it is delicious. I will bookmark it for later.


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Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany Author

Good Morning, randomcreative! Thanks for stopping by and giving a comment. Have a nice day.


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Movie Master 5 years ago from United Kingdom

Hi Thelma, this looks and sound delicous, I have so much spinach in the garden, I was running out of ideas for something different!

Looking forward to making it, thank you and voting up.


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Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany Author

Hello Movie Master! It sounds good that you have spinach in your garden. I prefer the fresh spinach but unfortunately I could not find fresh one in the market so I used frozen one when I cooked this menu for my hub. You can use choriso or any spanish sausages for a change instead of salami or bacon. Thanks for stopping by and giving a comment.


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carolp 5 years ago from Switzerland

I haven't tried this sauce. With spinach and salami surely a unique taste. So i will surely try this. Thanks.


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Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany Author

Good morning carolp. Yes, try this sauce and tell me how do you like it. You know, you can put bacon or choriso instead of salami as a change. Have a nice day.


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prasetio30 5 years ago from malang-indonesia

Wow...this was so delicious. I love spinach. Thanks for share with us. Yummy....

Prasetio


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Thelma Alberts 5 years ago from Germany Author

Hi! I love spinach, too. Spinat is very healthy and one source I get from eating this, is iron. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.


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Brett.Tesol 4 years ago from Somewhere in Asia

So easy that I may actually attempt this recipe lol. Looks delicious! Will pin this one and share, as I am sure a few others will want to try it.

Up and useful too.


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Thelma Alberts 4 years ago from Germany Author

Thanks Brett. It´s easy to make and yummy as well. Have a try! Thanks for pinning and sharing, too. Take care;-)


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frogyfish 4 years ago from Central United States of America

This sounds so delicious. I like the colored noodles and spinach together. It seems easy to make so I must give this a try. Haven't used the pepperoni with noodles but all your flavors sound great! Thank you for sharing your recipe.


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Thelma Alberts 4 years ago from Germany Author

Hi frogyfish! It´s yummy. I hope you enjoy eating this pasta. Thanks for your visit. Have a good day!


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Peggy W 4 years ago from Houston, Texas

Now you have me salivating Thelma! My oh my...this looks so good. Up, useful and beautiful votes. Gave this a 5 star rating plus shared & tweeted. Many people will now be able to enjoy your delicious sounding and looking recipe. Thanks!


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Bettyoverstreet10 4 years ago from Vacaville, Ca.

Sound so yummy, must try it! I hope you will check out my hubs when you have time. I notice you have some ads on your hub. Do we really earn a percent if someone buys from a link we put on a hub? I am new to this and am wondering just how it works. Time will tell I suppose. Have a great day!


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Thelma Alberts 4 years ago from Germany Author

Hi Peggy,

I know that feeling of seeing something yummy. Thanks for your wonderful comment, for sharing and for twitting this recipe to others. I appreciate that. Have a great week!


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Thelma Alberts 4 years ago from Germany Author

Hi Bettyoverstreet10,

Nice meeting you here. I hope you´ll like this recipe. I have checked your hubs, they are good. I´ll be reading more later. Yes, we can earn from the ads in our hubs. You can read in the learning center to know more about earnings here in HP. Yep, time will tell. Thanks for stopping by. Have a nice week!

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