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Creamy Caramalised Onion and Parmesan Spaghetti

Wow...this was so good but so rich. I struggled to finish it - and I never struggle.

Ingredients:
250g Spaghetti
2 Red Onions, sliced
40g Butter
75 ml Marsala
200ml Double Cream
Handful Parsley, chopped
1 TSP Dijon Mustard
Handful of Parmesan

Method:Step 1: Melt butter and add splash of oil in a frying pan then gently saute onions for 30 minutes
Step 2: Meanwhile cook spaghetti
Step 3: Turn up heat under onions and add marsala - let it evaporate. Then add all other ingredients and simmer for 2 minutes
Step 4: Toss pasta through sauce and season

Comments

  1. Looks decadent and gorgeous!!!

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  2. Love the look of that! Caramalised onions do it for me! A lovely dish!

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  3. Wow it sounds fantastic and I adore caramalised onions. Looks so tempting

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  4. that sounds great. i love really rich pasta dishes. and it's not even that loaded with cheese so it's practically good for you!

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  5. I really like that book and it looks and sounds a wow factor dish Beth. I must try this one out and yes I had it bookmarked on my to do list - looks like it will be moving up to top place now ;0)

    Rosie x

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  6. AI just love caramelised onions! this sounds amazing.

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  7. Beth, I've had this one book-marked for ages too! I definitely have to make this now, it looks so delish.

    Maria
    x

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  8. This is one of my very favorite pasta dishes - yours looks creamy, delicious and PERFECT!

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  9. Looks and sounds absolutely scrummy, Beth. It's good that you are enjoying your food again.

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  10. Gosh, this looks delicious!

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  11. Looks delicious, can't believe I never spotted this in the book!

    I've nominated you for an award, please come by to collect http://anneskitchen1.blogspot.com/2009/05/preemio-blogger-award.html

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  13. Ohhh, this looks so good! Yum!

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