Penne Pasta With Pesto Sauce | The Bombay Chef – Varun Inamdar

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Learn how to make Pesto Pasta an yummylicious pasta recipe with The Bombay Chef Varun Inamdar.

A perfect guide to make amazingly delicious pesto pasta at home . So with The Bombay Chef Varun Inamdar learn to make tempting and delicious, easy to make Pesto Pasta only on Rajshri Food.

For the pesto
A large bowl fresh basil leaves
7-8 garlic pods
1 cup olive oil
Half cup cashew nuts
1/4th cup Parmesan cheese
Cracked pepper to taste
Salt to taste

1 cup boiled pasta
Few cherry tomatoes
Parmesan cheese to garnish
Pepper to garnish

– In a bowl add fresh basil leaves, cashew nuts, garlic pods, Parmesan cheese, salt and black pepper and add olive oil and mix it all well
– In a pan full of water add salt, pasta and let it boil for 10 minutes
– In a grinder, blend the mixed ingredients to run into fine smooth paste add some olive oil
– Transfer it into another bowl
– In a pan add some oil, cherry tomatoes and boiled pasta and some salted water and add the pesto sauce.
– Add some basil leaves and the pesto pasta is ready to be served!

Director: Vaibhav Dhandha
Camera: Kavaldeep Singh Jangwal, Manjeet Katariya, Akshay Durgule
Editing: Dinesh Shetty
Creative Head: Kavya Krishnaswamy
Producer: Rajjat A. Barjatya
Copyrights: Rajshri Entertainment Private Limited

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Sudha Sood says:

Which oil to use instead olive oil

Seahorse Workshop says:

nice… thanks

Gang Gang says:

finalmente uno che butta la pasta quando bolle

Coupon Queen says:

Looks great! Love all your videos!

Mrinali More says:

Which Paramesan Cheese brand would you suggest? Where can I get in Mumbai?

Blacky13 Herdez says:

I love pesto pasta

S G says:

where do u get basil in Mumbai ?

gina serrano says:

Looks awesome, good job, I'm going to make it this weekend 🙂

Sana Abu says:

finally I found a recipe with the substitute of pine nuts which you don't easily get in store.

Nikolas Theodorou says:

it should not taste like seawater because then the pasta will too (experience)

Dorrisday22 says:

Your not a chef my friend.

Dorrisday22 says:

That's not how to make or prepare pesto wtf

Donnie Buenaventura says:

Thanks Bro, now im off to surprise my wife! Cheers

chinki singhal says:

is basil actually Tulsi leaves???

JOHNYX says:

Ma che ca….

Dev Makharia says:

Which Type of oil is used in frying can and in mixer??

Tianna Davis says:

wow that pesto sauce was very appealing, nice and vibrant green

Nachiketa Pandya says:

only an Indian can completely teach something to an Indian. LOL I got all my answers after watching this

Carol Binnie says:

It looks yummy but I'd however NEVER EVER heat the pesto sauce, Great video all the same + Rajshri Food

keith allen says:

Pretty boring and the music is terrible

Atanavo Bernard says:

can i use spinach in place of basili

Rashawana Zaman says:

Can I use any other cheese?like mozzarella..

disha bhattacharya says:

can u plz make some labnese food?

Newton Bokshi says:

hello chef, can I use tulsi leaf instead of basil

konjo konjit says:

Thanks it came out delicious

meriex asmiex says:

Although I hate cooking 100 times, but I would cook in your kichen 1000 times

emiiee cx says:

looks delicious?

Glory sada says:

I'm just going to add a little bit of oil.. two shots of vodka

Mutya Atil says:

thanks for sharing

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