Paccherri Pasta with Poppy Seeds : GardenFork.TV

Our Pasta with Poppy Seeds Recipe comes from Joe Brancaccio of Brancaccio’s Food Shop in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn, NY. You can make this recipe with other kinds of pasta, but the big round tube pasta works best. Its real good; make this and then tell us about it in the viewer forum.

1 lb of Paccherri or other big round tube pasta

1 medium onion  sliced thinly from top to bottom

1 cup  chicken broth  – you need high quality broth for this

2 tablespoons butter

2 tablespoons poppy seeds

small handful of basil leaves, sliced thinly

1/2 cup mix of romano and parmesan cheese – not the stuff that comes in a round tube

olive oil for cooking

add 2 glugs of oil in a saute pan

over low heat, sweat the onions in the oil, you do not want the onions to brown, but  you want them wilted nicely

add the chicken broth and allow it to reduce, toss the onions in the broth a few times while this cooks.

when the broth has thickened a bit, take the pan off the heat and add in the butter, stir it lightly

add in the poppy seeds, toss to mix

then stir in the basil and cheeses

then eat.

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  1. says

    Looks great! I am definitely going to make this in the next week or so. Sounds like a great change-up from macaroni and cheese, even my homemade mac and cheese. (SMILE)

    Quick and simple, too — just like I like recipes.

  2. Erik Malphis says

    Joe mentioned lemon zest in the beginning of the video, but don’t see it listed in the recipe or in the cooking footage? Looks tasty.

  3. Debbie Mozzy says

    Great recipe! For those that don’t watch the podcast, make sure you add the pasta after you add the butter and before the other ingredients. I guessed at the lemon zest and added about 1 tablespoon.

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