Kamis, 10 Maret 2011

Si konde pasta Tortellini! #sydneytrip


Hayo siapa yang cinta pasta???? seperti saya??? hehe.. pasta emang enak bangt, dan ga tau juga kenapa suka pasta.. makanya pas di Sydney, dan berbelanja di coles dengan begitu banyak pilihan pasta instant langsung tergiur..

Dengan motivasi ingin mencoba yang bru akhirnya beli lah Cheese Tortellini ini.. dengan bayangan pasti bumbu pastanya keju banget :D tapi ternyata salah sangka hehe.. rasa "keju"nya bukan rasa "keju" yang dimaksud.. inilah makanya kalo lidah lokal ga boleh sok bule :D alhasil ga cocok dengan rasanya dan ga menikmati deh.. dan si Tortellini ini juga ternyata ga seenak pasta lain yang sering kta makan seperti macaroni lasagna atau spaghetti. Si tortellini ini di beberapa bagiannya "tebal" jadi kalo yang tau istilah "benyek" nah itu lah..

Jadi inti dari cerita coba-coba pasta baru dan unik ini GATOT :D
tapi supaya kita tambah ilmu pengetahuan.. berikut cerita singkat tentang si kriting tortellini :

Tortellini are ring-shaped pasta . They are typically stuffed with a mix of meat (pork loin,prosciutto ) or cheese. Originally from the Italian region of Emilia (in particular Bologna andModena ), they are usually served in broth , meat broth, either of beef, chicken, or both. [ 1 ]Tortellini are now commonly found all around the world.

Packed, refrigerated or frozen, tortellini and tortelloni (similar but larger and with vegetable stuffing) appear in many locations around the world, especially where there are large Italian communities.Tortellini and tortelloni are made in special industrial lines supplied all over the world by Italian companies such as Arienti & Cattaneo, Ima, Ostoni , Zamboni, etc.; "fresh" packed tortellini usually have 7 weeks of shelf-life.

Similar foods in other cultures include uszka in Poland, the German Maultasche , the Ukrainian Christmas food "vushka" ( Ukrainian : вушка ), Chinese wonton and jiaozi , and Turkish mantı

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