Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

In Italian, the word sciue means easy, fast, quick. This is one of those meals you can whip up in no time, but it’s oh so good! The fresh, light, delicious flavors leave me craving it all the time. Do you LOVE garlic? Are you a Giada aficionado? Then this one’s for you. Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue is one of our family’s FAVORITE pasta dishes.

You could maximize nutritional value by adding grilled chicken or asparagus.  You can experiment with other pastas, orecchiette or pennette would be great. You really can’t go wrong. It is absolutely company worthy…if you’re willing to share . Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

Gooey cheesy goodness…need I say more? It’s so simple too; you have to try it out.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

What you'll need.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

We REALLY like our garlic.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

If we need to chop a lot of garlic we prefer to use the chopper.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

Go ahead and chiffonade your basil. Start by stacking the basil like this.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

Then roll the basil tightly...

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

and cut the basil into long, thin strips.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

Cut the fresh mozzarella.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

Core the tomatoes.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

This is what the tomatoes should look like.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

Dice the tomatoes.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

The ingredients are prepped and ready to go.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

Sauté garlic and oil until fragrant.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

Add your tomatoes. Salt and pepper to taste.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

At the last second, go ahead and add your basil.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

Pour the sauce over the cooked pasta; add fresh mozzarella.

Little Thimbles Sciue Sciue recipe pictures

Mix together and serve. Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Veronica says

    This looks amazing. Love your site! Just a silly question, do you only use the outside of the tomato all chopped up then? Thanks!

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