I modified Costco’s Rigatoni Filetto recipe because I didn’t have all the ingredients in the following: rigatoni, pancetta, shallots, white wine, and Italian sausages.
I substituted rigatoni with radiatori, white wine with red wine, sausages and pancetta with diced beef tapa, and skipped on the shallots.
I didn’t entirely follow the recipe from the cookbook, and the dish tasted creamy yet light, and highly intoxicating for someone who has low alcohol tolerance, like me.
Here’s my modified version of Rigatoni Filetto.
-any amount of tomatoes you like (I only used one in this picture)
-2 garlic cloves
-1/4 cup of olive oil
-diced beef tapa
-1 diced onion
-1/2 cup of red wine
-radiatori (or substitute with whatever pasta you have in your pantry)
-1/2 tablespoon of unsalted butter
1. When water is boiled, throw in the pasta.
2. Mix chopped tomatoes with garlic cloves in a roasting pan. Add olive oil and stir to coat. Roast tomatoes and garlic until garlic is golden brown. Remove tomatoes and garlic from the pan; set aside.
3. Add meat to the pan and cook until browned.
4. Add onion; cook until tender. Stir in tomatoes and garlic, wine, and simmer for 10 minutes.
5. Stir in butter into the sauce. Drain pasta and add to the sauce; mix well.
Makes 2 servings.