AT A GLANCE
"I adore the spaghetti cacio e pepe at Molto - it has a perfect cheese to pepper ratio."
Joseph Long, New Acton, ACT
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|01||Bring 1.5 litres lightly salted water to the boil in a saucepan. Add spaghetti, stir to separate and boil until just al dente (about 2 minutes less than the cooking instructions on the packet). Drain pasta, reserving cooking water, and transfer pasta immediately to a warmed mixing bowl. Gradually add pecorino, pepper and 180ml pasta water while mixing with tongs.|
|02||Meanwhile, heat a large frying pan over medium-high heat. Add olive oil and pasta mixture and toss constantly using tongs to amalgamate the water and cheese into a thin sauce consistency that coats the pasta well (20-30 seconds). Serve hot with extra pepper and pecorino.|
Durum wheat spaghetti such as Rustichella is available from select Italian delicatessens such as Enoteca Sileno.