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Pasta in Orange Sauce Recipe

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Adjust Servings:
200 grams Dry Spaghetti
For Arrabiata Sauce
6 Tomatoes (Tamatar) finely chopped
2 Onions (Pyaaz) chopped
8 Garlic (Lehsun) chopped
3 tsp Red chilli (Lal mirch) powder
1/2 tsp Carrom seeds (Ajwain)
2 tbsp Dried herb seasonings
3 tbsp Grated cheese (optional)
1 tbsp Olive oil (Zaitun ka tel)
2 litres Water (Paani)
As per taste Salt (Namak)
For Alfredo Sauce
2 tbsp Butter (Makhan)
1 tbsp Refined flour (Maida)
2 cups Milk (Doodh)
1/2 tsp Pepper powder (white/black) (Safed/Kaali mirch)
1 1/2 tsp Red chilli (Lal mirch) flakes
1/2 tsp Carrom seeds (Ajwain)
2 tbsp Grated cheese (optional)
1 tbsp Dried Mix herbs
As per taste Salt (Namak)

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Pasta in Orange Sauce Recipe


Pasta in Orange Sauce is soul food.

  • Serves 2
  • Easy




Pasta in orange sauce will definitely make you lick your plates.

Pasta in orange sauce??? Sounds weird right, but this is nothing but a fusion of two basic sauces, the arrabiata sauce and alfredo sauce. So why pick one sauce when you can have the best of both??

This sauce is creamy but at the same time has some spicy element to it. You can use any type of pasta for this dish. I have used Spaghetti which is my most favourite.

There are different types of pastas like spaghetti, penne, fusilli, macaroni, rotini, etc. Pastas can be dry or fresh, long or short. They can be made with refined flour (maida), semolina (rava) or whole wheat (gehun).

I am a big pasta lover and can eat or hog on it any time of the day. I also like different types of pasta dishes with different sauces. Pasta Arrabiata, Pasta Alfredo or even dry pasta dishes like Algio Olgio.

So, this time I thought how about combining any 2 sauces. Believe it or not, it was amazing. I had some of my friends taste it and they went absolutely ga-ga over it. I first prepared the arrabiata sauce and removed it in a bowl. Then in the same wok made the alfredo sauce and poured the arrabiata sauce in that. I found it more tastier than the other sauces.

For the arrabiata sauce I used fresh red tomatoes (tamatar), red chilli (lal mirch) powder, carrom (ajwain) seeds, onions (pyaaz), garlic (lehsun) and dried herbs. For the alfredo sauce, I used refined flour (maida), butter (makhan), carrom (ajwain) seeds, dried herbs, red chilli (lal mirch) powder, black pepper (kali mirch) powder.

So, please do try this recipe and I am sure you will find it worthy of your time and effort.

Bon Appetit my dear foodies.

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Step 1

Cook the pasta as per the instructions on the packet and keep aside.


Step 2

First prepare the arrabiata sauce.


Step 3

Heat oil (tel) in a wok, add carrom seeds (ajwain). Then add chopped onions (pyaaz) and fry them till they turn translucent. Add crushed garlic (lehsun) and fry till the garlic (lehsun) is cooked.


Step 4

Add chopped tomatoes (tamatar) and cook them till they turn mushy.


Step 5

Add the red chilli (lal mirch) powder and salt (namak) and bring it to a boil and keep aside.


Step 6

Now, prepare the Alfredo Sauce.


Step 7

Heat butter (makhan) in a pan, add carrom seeds (ajwain) and after a few seconds add refined flour (maida) and saute it properly.


Step 8

Add milk (doodh) and keep stirring it till you get the desired consistency for your sauce.


Step 9

Add red chilli (lal mirch) flakes, pepper (kali/safed mirch) powder and salt (namak).


Step 10

Now pour the arrabiata sauce in the alfredo sauce and mix properly.


Step 11

Add the cooked pasta in the sauce and garnish with dried herbs.


Hello, I am Megha and I live in the city of Navi Mumbai. I was born and brought up in Mumbai. I am a third generation Mumbaikar. My native place is Bantwal which is in the Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka. I am a MBA by qualification but my real passion is food which I found out a few years ago when I started to cook on a full fledged basis. I come from a family of foodies where everyone is a great cook irrespective of gender. We basically love and live food. So, I thought why not start writing a blog and share my love of food with everyone!!!

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