Top Rated Puttanesca Recipes

Chicken Puttanesca with Pasta
When it comes to easy chicken recipes, puttanesca pasta is a perfect choice. This rustic dish can be pulled together in just 30 minutes — perfect after a long day. For an extra flavor boost, add a few tablespoons of clam juice to the sauce before simmering. Click here to see Homemade Italian Recipes.
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Created by the executive chef of the Italian food company Barilla, this recipe features a quick and easy puttanesca sauce with plum tomatoes, capers, and olives. Barilla's white fiber rotini tastes and looks the same as their semolina line but has three times the fiber, offering you a flavorful and healthy meal. 
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Linguine Puttanesca
It’s an oft-told story that puttanesca is named for the “working girls” of Naples who had to throw together a meal quickly between customers. But the sauce was so popular because of its tantalizing aroma that it drew in the clientele! At Patsy’s, we serve it with lots of anchovies. — Sal Scognamillo, Patsy’s Italian Family Cookbook.
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Spaghetti puttanesca
As our mainstay spaghetti dish at home, this remains in the comfort zone when away — it's the camping version, putting it all in a pan and leaving to simmer. A little Parmesan is optional here — but unless the perfectionist in you got the upper hand when packing you're probably not going to have a grater. Finely sliced? Click here to see 6 Quick and Easy Pasta Recipes Click here to see Camping Cooking 101. 
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Chris Cosentino's Beef Hear Tartare
When Chris Cosentino of San Francisco’s Incanto needs a go-to recipe, he looks to beef heart. “I really like the flavor and texture of heart. I find it to have a really deep and complex flavor that lends itself to many different cooking techniques.” Here he combines it with San Remo olives in a twist on the classic Italian pasta dish. (Your local butcher shop should be able to provide you with beef heart upon request.) — Arthur Bovino 
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Pasta Puttanesca
I can already hear the naysayers asking, "Why isn't your sauce red?" Despite being aesthetically challenged, this pasta dish is delicious, I assure you. I used some particularly ripe black olives that ended up giving the sauce a deep, rich flavor and also gave it a forebodingly inky color that, admittedly, gave me a bit of pause at first. However, one bite and I was sold — the sauce coated the pasta perfectly and had a nice balance of flavors. Briny capers, tangy fresh tomatoes, herbaceous parsley, and a slight bitter finish from the olives — perfection. Your sauce will be redder than mine, though, if you're using different (or less ripe) olives. I used Gaeta, a popular table olive in Spain. Feel free to get creative. Oh, one more thing: I'd go easy on the salt because there's plenty already from the capers and olives. Click here to see Fast and Furious Dinner Recipes — 20 Minutes or Less.
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Puttanesca recipe. Ready In: 30 min. Makes 4 servings 586 per serving Ingredients: olive oil, garlic, italian plum (roma) tomatoes, capers, black olives, red pepper flakes, basil, oregano, black pepper, salt, spaghetti, parsley leaves
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Puttanesca recipe. Ready In: 1 hr Makes 1 serving servings 76 per serving Ingredients: olive oil, garlic cloves, celery stalks, sweet red bell pepper, italian plum (roma) tomatoes, anchovies, green olives, black olives, capers, basil, red hot chili pepper, dried
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Ingredients: * 2 tablespoons (2 turns around the pan) extra-virgin olive oil * 4 to 6 cloves garlic, chopped * 1 tin flat anchovy fillets, drained * 1 /2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes * 20 oil-cured black olives, cracked away from pit and ...
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Cucina Casalingo
Tomatoes and garlic are simmered with anchovies, capers, olives and red pepper flakes to make a spunky sauce for your favorite pasta. From All Recipes with a few changes.
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Pooche
Tomatoes and garlic are simmered with anchovies, capers, olives and red pepper flakes to make a peppy sauce for your favorite pasta.
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Pasta Puttanesca
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