Edible Art: Tony Stark’s Seductively Good Arc Reactor Pasta
There’s more to life than good schwarma. Inspire your own home team of Avengers with Tony’s own artfully narcissistic pasta dish. Represent the rest of the team with a spinach and kale smoothie as green as the Hulk, some moussaka for Hawkeye’s smooth purple and black look, or an uberpartiotic edible version of Captain America’s Shield.
Tony Stark’s Seductively Good Arc Reactor Pasta Recipe:
1/2 pound fettuccine noodles
1 jar roasted red bell peppers, sliced into strips
1 1/2 cups whole milk
2 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 tsp white pepper
1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
2 tbsp butter
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 cup flour
round slice of mozzarella cheese (optional)
Add the white pepper, salt, garlic, and Parmesan cheese. Put the pan back on a medium heat, because everyone sweats a little when you walk in the room.
Keep stirring the mix until everything melts like a woman succumbing to your charms. When the sauce is as thick and eager as you like, let it cool down for a few minutes. It never pays to look easy.
When you’re ready to take this sauce to the next level, first set the scene. Twirl the cooked pasta into a neat circle in the middle of your plate.
Pour a quarter cup of Alfredo sauce over the pasta until it glows as whitely as your Arc Reactor. If it’s not white enough, cut a circle of mozzarella cheese and lay it on top of the pasta.
Arrange a neat circle of roasted red bell pepper strips around the mound of pasta.
Admire your creativity before opening a bottle of Pinot Noir to share.
This is best served after a press conference, product unveiling, or the defeat of anyone stupid enough to attack New York City. Enjoy it with supermodels, personal assistants, or fellow superheroes.
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