Your Guide To Different Types of Pasta Sauce

Your Guide toDifferent Types of Pasta Sauce

You simply cannot visit an Italian restaurant and not relish a divine plate of pasta. It is one of the most notable Italian dishes for all the right reasons. The best feature of pasta is the sauce that goes into preparing it.

There are several kinds of pasta sauce, each providing a different flavour, texture, and experience. If you’re a complete rookie when it comes to pasta sauce, this is your one-stop guide to understanding how pasta sauce works! If you want to try these pasta sauces near Chelsea Heights, Seaford, or Belvedere Park, head to Google and type “Pasta Restaurants near Me” and find your way to Michelangelo’s, one of the best Italian restaurants in town.

1.  Marinara Sauce:

Thanks to the fusion of Italian and American cooking, Marinara Sauce has to be one of the most delicious pasta sauces out there. The main ingredient in this sauce is the tomato, which is standard worldwide.

However, there are several regional variations to the sauce; for instance, ingredients such as olives and wine are also included in some places. Some regions like to stick to the basics and add herbs and garlic into the mix. If you want to try pasta soaked in lip-smacking Marinara sauce near Chelsea, type “Christmas party in Melbourne” and book a table at Michelangelo’s.

 2.  Bolognese Pasta Sauce:

Pasta & Risotto

Pasta & Risotto

If you like meat, it would be criminal not to fall in love with Bolognese Pasta Sauce. The meat-based sauce is made with cut-up beef. It is tossed into a mix of tomatoes, onion, carrots, celery, butter, and various other ingredients that make the sauce super-delicious. Many people try the sauce with spaghetti, but it’s with pasta that you truly get to enjoy the flavour of the sauce. Book a table at Michelangelo’s to get a taste of this pasta sauce by heading to search engine and punching in “function rooms Melbourne” to order from our website. You could personalize your order by choosing ingredients from the long list of add-ons we provide. 

3.  Pesto Pasta Sauce:

Pesto sauce finds its origin in Liguria and is made of crushed basil. It is one of the most popular Italian sauces and is marked by its signature green colour and salty taste. It is a mixture of ingredients like cheese, pine nuts, garlic, salt, and olive oil. The cheese could be of varying types as well, but more often than not, Parmesan cheese is used to prepare pesto pasta.

Another reason why we love and recommend trying pasta soaked in pesto sauce is that it is also relatively healthy, as it consists of several nourishing ingredients. It’s rich in minerals and vitamins. So, if you want to quench your cravings without bloating yourself, book a table at Michelangelo’s and order Penne a la Panna. We serve this dish with chicken pieces, pesto, and mushrooms. Parmesan cheese and garlic are also added to the mix. If you don’t feel like dragging yourself to the restaurant, you can also have the pasta delivered to your home in Edithvale. Order now!