Amori are curled, ridged hollow tubes of pasta that look like corkscrew macaroni. They are used in pasta dishes that will be baked, or that have creamy sauces. Cooking Tips Allow 3 to 4 oz (75 to 100g) of dried Amori per person. Boil in salted water for 10 to 12 minutes.
Pasta for Baking
A really good baked pasta dish, very flavourful and hearty.
A good hearty baked pasta dish, with veggies in it.
A really good baked pasta dish, with veggies in it.
Half the people reading this recipe will be smacking their lips; the other half will have already recoiled in horror! Broccoli, blue cheese — you either love ’em or you hate ’em!
Cannelloni © Denzil Green Cannelloni are large, hollow tubes made of pasta. They are usually boiled first to cook them, then stuffed and baked in a sauce. You can also now buy ones which don’t require the boiling first. Language Notes In Italian, “cannelloni” means “big reeds.”
A far larger version of Conchiglie for stuffing and baking. Cooking Tips Boil first for 11 to 14 minutes, then let cool for easier handling, then stuff, then bake. Substitutes Manicotti
Yummy macaroni & cheese for grown-ups, with a crumbled potato chip topping. Very morish.
The roasted cauliflower adds a depth of flavour and texture to this dish.
You might think this recipe doesn’t make a lot, judging by just 1 cup of macaroni, but it does. And it’s really good.
A very, very morish dish. But go slowly at the table — those gnocchi are more filling that they first seem to be!
The measurements in this pie don’t have to be exact: it is a classic English recipe designed to use up leftovers.
Trenne Pasta is small, quill-shaped pasta that is rough and ridged on the outside, which makes it good for chunky sauces, and for baking. It is cut into tubes 2 ¼ to 2 ½ inches (about 5 cm) long that are hollow in the centre with a triangular cross-section. Cooking Tips Boil 10 to 12…
A really interesting, yummy baked pasta.