Pasta ca' muddica atturrata is very simple yet complex dish. It is a variation on the ubiquitous garlic and oil
pasta. To sign it off as even more Sicilian, people tend to add raisins and pine nuts. This somehow disturbs the poetic balance of culinary
simplicity. The same goes for chili pepper and parsley. Now, it is of course up to you. Yet we'd advice to start with the basic version.Since the ingredients are few, they should be outstanding. Make your own bread crumb. Avoid the fine mix from the supermarket. Panko is an interesting substitute. Muddica atturrato comes with other recipes and pasta dishes. Broccoli arriminati
is probably the best known. Prepare the muddica at the moment. It loses fragrance and crunch over time.Pasta ca' muddica atturrato is best paired with a fruity white wine. Our advice goes to a Grillo based Western Sicilian wine.