Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure basic Pasta PDF’re not a robot. Italian pasta dish invented in Naples in the mid-20th century. Various accounts exist as to when and how the dish originated, but it likely dates to the mid-twentieth century. In a 2005 article from Il Golfo—a daily newspaper serving the Italian islands of Ischia and Procida—Annarita Cuomo asserted that sugo alla puttanesca was invented in the 1950s by Sandro Petti, co-owner of Rancio Fellone, a famous Ischian restaurant and nightspot.
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The sauce alone is called sugo alla puttanesca in Italian. Neapolitan version is prepared without anchovies, unlike the version popular in Lazio,spices are sometimes added. Chopped chili peppers, olives, capers, diced tomatoes and oregano are added along with salt and black pepper to taste. The dish is featured in The Bad Beginning from the novel series Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events as the dish the Baudelaire children prepare at Count Olaf’s house.
The dish is also featured in the opening scene of season 11, episode 10 of the TV series Bones. It is also featured in Sex and the City Season 4, Episode 17, « A ‘Vogue’ Idea ». Charlotte wants to throw Miranda a traditional baby shower with a lovely ‘puttanesca’. Miranda instead insists on a bucket of chicken. The dish was being featured as the main dinner course in the sitcom Blossom, it was referred to as « spaghetti of the prostitutes », around minute 9 of episode 1, season 1. In Person of Interest the character of Elias is seen consuming the dish or offering to make it for various other characters. In this usage, puttanata is an Italian noun meaning something worthless.