Penne Arrabiata Recipe | Italian Recipe | Pasta Recipes | Chicken Pasta Recipe by Varun Inamdar

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TheTaigster
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Don't worry about the triggered Italians, they literally have classes in school where they get 30 mins to go online and argue with non Italians making pasta lol looked nice, didn't need the extra pasta water at the end IMO

Anjum Siddiqui
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I like it recipes. u r a good chef

Chantelle Holden
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This looks amazing, great job! please keep up your incredible work ❤

Bruce Wayne
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Be ready for italians to frown upon you for using Chicken , Basil, Bell peppers (and parmesan) in Arrabbiata.

Sende Yapsana
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very nice recipe

Alexander K.
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I always liked your Indian dishes! But I have to dislike this dishes. There are many mistakes and it isn't even an Arrabiata.
Please do a better research or don't try to make non-Indian cuisine.

Sauce Stache
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Im a fan of this sauce and this was plated beautifully!!

Samiha Alam
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I love italians foods……..vry much…..

ESha Kale
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Oh Varun, good attempt but this is not arrabiatta. It's a good recipe but it's not arrabiatta. I am going to call it…chicken tomato pasta Varun style 🙂
I love your other work though. Keep it up ?

Francesca Tiberi
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Please, don't attempt Italian cuisine, just like I will never attempt uploading a video where I try and cook Indiana recipes. Don't make my grandma cry!

Hakim Ikhlef
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This is not penne all'arrabbiata.

375F
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Yummy!

Muni Rashid
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Varun you're video was great, thanks for such economic, simple and fast dish. Simply amazing,

Praveen Shanmugham
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What happen if we add some fresh cream to it, will it be good?

Jörg v. Kirschbaum
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This is a complete BS recipe. Stay with your Indian cuisine, before you loose any credibility left.

Sukh Mahay
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ohhh why the hell are you putting bell peppers and chicken in this "pene al arrabbiata" porco dio!!!

rajeevrp
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Nothing special to be honest. I think this will taste pretty ordinary.

Akay Singh
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Please don't try Italian kitchen.

Arindam pal choudhury
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Arindam pal choudhury

Good Morning Chef. I really appreciate your so simple techniques for cooking. I have also tried the tandoori chicken recipe which you showed just using a charcoal technique in your previous video. Thank u. Waiting for more such interesting videos…

Shubhashree amin.k
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sauce is too watery

Abraham Varghese Tharakan
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Abraham Varghese Tharakan

Oh I love the work. A huge fan of your channel. But am a vegetarian. Could you help me tone it down for that? Also could you do one on home preparation of hyderabadi haleem for my friends when they come over? Thanks a lot in advance. 🙂

rahul raj
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jhakas ………. suppr

Amaroquai Playz
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A lot of knob heads on here throwing abuse at this guy for a different take on an Italian dish. Either you are a nationalistic Italian in which case dial it down a bit…or you are an ignorant troll.

QuiltingCrow
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Oh no, NEVER add oil to pasta! You want to sauce to stick to the pasta, but if that's oily, the sauce won't stick. And NEVER drain the pasta that early, it will go rubbery and hard. Make your sauce, then drain the pasta. Add pasta to sauce and add a bit of the cooking liquid (be careful with salt in the sauce as the water contains salt). That gives you a beautiful shiny and juicy pasta.

Abhishek Srivastava
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Great recipe and I will try it. I live in US and absolutely hate the original Italian food. However when the Italian food is made with an Indian twist… it tastes very good. So fuck all the haters and post more Indianized-Italian dishes.

Steve Boyle
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Delicious dish no matter what you call it. Keep them coming.

Sagarmoy Jana
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Please do a Recipe for "Ramen"

Tanzila Hannan
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your recipe super.l love your recipe

Cillian Kane
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that poor garlic D:

sabari nath
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Chef, I appreciate your Indian recipes and wish you stick around them more than trying western ones.

karthigai priya
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nice one. I like Bombay chef's videos.

mohsin abid
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dear i like ur vedeos..superb..but if u could please add subtitles,it will make it easy for us..thank u

Aditya Patel
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i add smoked paprika in arrabiata too 😀

MisterBassBoost
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Brilliant work! Keep it up!

Andrea Montevecchi
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Here in Italy we use the expression: "COMPLIMENTI BELLA MERDA!" when someone adds paprika, basil, chicken and parmesan into a penne arrabbiata recipe.

MisterBassBoost
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Lovely content! Keep it up!