If you want to keep your blue hair, you're going to have to be a lot more hardcore than that.
Can I get something off my chest? I am in love with Nadia G. Like, head over heels, over the moon, pure Italian fueled fire love. When I catch Bitchin’ Kitchen on the Cooking Channel my night instantly turns around. A man with a thin mustache appears, paddling a gondola and singing That’s Amoré. That serious.
I knew I had to eventually use this declaration of blue hairdom for the greater good of stiletto heels, breakup meals, and Italian phrases, so I poured over the recipes on the Bitchin’ Kitchen website until I eventually stumbled across a pasta dish that had vodka in it.
Seriously, a savory dish that forces (cough) me to buy vodka? Sign me up!
Extra virgin olive oil
Crushed red pepper flakes
Garlic clove, minced
Vgetable bouillon cube
Vodka (they like Van Gough, I like Skyy. Potato, potato.)
San Marzano tomatoes, crushed and undrained (Or a plain marinara sauce)
Freshly cracked pepper
As usual, go to the website for the directions (extra wit included!)
– If you don’t have vegetable bullion, put a bit of vegetable stock and herbs such as basil, oregano, black pepper and cilantro instead.
– As part of my cut dairy as much as possible lifestyle , I left the cream out and just placed the blended sauce into the saute pan so I could mix the pasta in. So amazing! I personally think you can do it with or without the cream.
– I also didn’t have a can of tomatoes on hand, but there was a handy-dandy jar of marinara sauce in my fridge, so I used that instead.
– On request of my roommate, I added about a tablespoon of vodka to the pasta after I had mixed it about. The boozier, the better, ya?
Vodka pasta makes one happy blue haired half-Italian.
… Did one of my roommates just steal some of my vodka? Tsaketa!