A restaurant in the Dominican Republic has made the world’s most delicious pasta zero.
The dish, named Pasta Zero, was developed by the restaurant chain’s founder, Eddie Fazio.
It comes in three forms, which are a combination of noodles and toppings: A simple white and a red, tomato-based sauce, a spicy tomato sauce and a creamy red sauce.
Fazo said the dish was created after his son, a pizza maker, suggested that he make a dish that he called PastaZero.
“I’m a pizza guy, so it was a good idea to come up with something different.
I think it’s very interesting and unique, and it’s not something I could find anywhere else in the world,” he said.
PastaZero has been popular since the restaurant opened in 2012.
Since then, the restaurant has sold more than 1 million meals, but Fazi said it’s only just starting to take off in the U.S. Pasta-Zero has a similar taste to spaghetti, but it’s made from a different, more economical method.
“It’s like spaghetti for your breakfast,” he explained.
“I think there are a lot of people who think they can’t go beyond a spaghetti for breakfast.”
Fazio said he’s been cooking with pasta since he was a kid, but his family’s pasta-making methods were not the best.
“We had no cooking gloves, no gloves in my family, no plastic gloves, and I used to put them in my mouth,” he recalled.
“So I had to work with it like this.
I learned a lot and got really good.
I got really comfortable with it.”
Favors the simplicity, the taste and the way it looks, the dish is the brainchild of Fazian’s son, who’s an electrician.
“A lot of things have to do with taste.
We had to get rid of the whole ‘sauce’ thing.
The sauce has to be very simple.
So the dish has a lot to do [with] the simplicity of the dish.
It has to have a lot less salt, it has to taste like spaghetti.
So, it’s really, really simple,” he told ABC News.
Fazian said that since the start of his restaurant, Pastazero has sold over 100,000 meals.