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Pasta Fredda

  • Veg
  • 45 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Medium



Pasta Fredda is another one of the succulent and delicious dishes that find their roots in the historically rich culture of Italian food. Pasta Fredda is one of the most recurrent dishes in the menu within Italy, regardless of what the weather out there is.

The dish is best served with dry white wine and is enjoyed in small gulps. The more time you give it to sit together, the better merged the flavors will be. The dish takes roughly 45 minutes to make and includes 4 servings.

Health Benefits  

This serving size of Pasta Fredda has around 451 Calories in it. The calorie count may look big at first, but it isn’t that bad a diet considering all the nutrition you are getting. The protein count in the dish totals around 17.3 mg, which constitutes of a major share of the calories you are getting.

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How to Make Pasta Fredda

  1. Start the process by pouring water into a large put and adding salt into it.
  2. Put the salted water to boil, until it simmers.
  3. Cook the bow-tie pasta when the water is about to boil. Keep stirring the pasta occasionally, and check if it has been cooked well.
  4. It would take the pasta around 12 minute to be cooked to the bite.
  5. Drain the water and keep the pasta in room temperature.
  6. Take a large bowl
  7. Cut tomatoes into slices of equal length and bocconcini to it.
  8. Add olives, basil, oregano and olive oil to the bowl you have above.
  9. Toss the mixture to evenly coat it.
  10. Add pasta to the tossed tomato mixture and mix it all together for best impact.


Pasta comes in many forms and all of these forms have different names to them. It is believed that pasta has over 600 types and all of them have roughly over 1300 names to them. The most popular types of pastas include spaghetti, macaroni and penne. Pastas also come in many varieties including long pasta, minute pasta, short pasta and fresh pasta among others.

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