Wood-Fired Baked Bucatini

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Prepare a large baking dish and place it on the work surface. Take the bucatini and arrange them inside the dish evenly. Make sure not to overlap them. Take the fresh tomato and cut it into pieces. Add a large amount of fresh tomato on top of the bucatini in the dish. Sprinkle a generous amount of salt over the fresh tomato. This will help to flavor the pasta during cooking. Pour a drizzle of olive oil over the tomato and bucatini. The olive oil will give a rich flavor and help prevent the pasta from sticking during cooking. Sprinkle oregano over everything. The oregano will add a touch of aroma and flavor to your pasta. Make sure all the ingredients are evenly distributed in the dish. Turn on the wood-fired oven and preheat it to a temperature of about 180°C. Place the baking dish with the bucatini in the preheated wood-fired oven. Let the bucatini cook in the tomato for about two hours. During cooking, regularly check to make sure the pasta does not stick or burn. After two hours, check the doneness of the bucatini. The pasta should be al dente, cooked but still slightly firm to the bite. Remove the baking dish from the wood-fired oven and let it cool slightly before serving. Transfer the bucatini to individual portions and serve them hot. You can garnish the bucatini with some fresh oregano or grated cheese, if desired. Enjoy your wood-fired bucatini, a delicious and rustic dish that will surely satisfy your appetite.

Wood-Fired Baked Bucatini

Total Time 2 hours

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Prepare a fairly large baking tray and position it on the work surface.
  • Take the bucatini and arrange them inside the tray evenly. Make sure not to overlap them.
  • Take the fresh tomato and chop it into pieces. Add a large amount of fresh tomato over the bucatini in the tray.
  • Add a generous amount of salt over the fresh tomato. This will help to flavor the pasta during cooking.
  • Drizzle some olive oil over the tomato and bucatini. The olive oil will give a rich flavor and help prevent the pasta from sticking during cooking.
  • Sprinkle the oregano over everything. The oregano will add a touch of aroma and flavor to your pasta.
  • Make sure all the ingredients are evenly distributed on the tray.
  • Turn on the wood-fired oven and heat it to a temperature of about 180°C.
  • Place the tray with the bucatini in the preheated wood-fired oven.
  • Let the bucatini cook in the tomato for about two hours. During cooking, check regularly to make sure the pasta does not stick or burn.
  • After two hours, check the cooking of the bucatini. The pasta should be al dente, cooked but still slightly firm to the bite.
  • Remove the tray from the wood-fired oven and let it cool slightly before serving.
  • Transfer the bucatini to individual portions and serve them hot.
  • You can garnish the bucatini with some fresh oregano or grated cheese, if desired.
  • Enjoy your wood-fired baked bucatini, a delicious and rustic dish that will surely satisfy your appetite.

Notes

Add some grated cheese over the bucatini before baking for an extra touch of flavor.
Author: Tips4Food
Calories: 350kcal
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