Bambino cooks for Mamma Mia in law

Kainaz is quite proud of her pasta in cream sauce.

She made it for my mom and brother during our second trip to Calcutta six years back. They added tomato and chilly sauce to her pasta. Kainaz had a seizure!

Years later my Mom has introduced pasta as a change of taste in her diet. She often does avant garde things like sauteing the pasta like a Chinese noodles or making them with cucumber.

She's visiting us right now and asked K to make it for her one day. So K went into the kitchen, after ages, armed with Bambino pasta, milk, corn flour, butter, garlic pods, slim cheese, chicken sausages and fresh parsley.

Mom decided to observe her cook so that she could pick up the recipe. For the rest of us, our only hope is that Kainaz reads the post and puts up the recipe here.

The two came out after pasta was ready. How was it?

It was one of the lightest cream sauces that I have had in a while. I could taste the butter and the garlic...neither dominated, both were distinctive and yet blended well together. The fresh parsley was an interesting touch and broke the taste with a sharp, summery bite. The sausages were lovely and, as my Mom said, abundant compared to restaurants. The cheese was in the background but didn't dominate. The little women were happy that it was healthy too - skimmed milk, slim cheese, pat of butter, chicken sausage

The acid test... my mother didn't add any funny sauces to the pasta.

Note: This is not a paid review, but there would be a lot to pay if I didn't write this