How to Make Green Farfalle
One pack of farfalle pasta
One parsley sprig
Two basil sprigs
One celery stick
One lemon juice
Grated parmesan cheese
A pinch of salt and pepper
This recipe is quite simple and should take less than forty five minutes and the following recipe makes four servings. The farfalle pasta are a pasta shaped in the form of butterflies, which are very versatile and can be paired with a variety of sauces, in English they are mostly known as bow tie pasta as they can also look like small bow ties, originally they come from the regions of Emilia Romagna and Lombardy in Northern Italy and for this recipe the normal size farfalle pasta is used
In a saucepan boil water and cook the farfalle pasta according to package directions.
In the meantime clean and mince the parsley, the basil, the celery stick and the chive (which won’t have the outer layer).
Place all the ingredients which you have minced in a bowl and add the lemon juice, a pinch of salt and some olive oil and mix well with a fork.
Now the farfalle pasta should be ready, so drain them but leave some of the water from the saucepan.
Place the farfalle pasta in a serving bowl and add the green sauce that you have prepared and add two tablespoons of the water mix well and add the grated parmesan cheese on top and now it is ready to be served.