Though I am calling this spicy, it isn’t that spicy, you could of course make it more spicy, if you like your food really spicy.
What I do like about this recipe is that it is very quick and easy.
In a large pan of boiling water cook some linguine. I use De Cecco Linguine as it cooks well, tastes great and works with a range of sauces.
Whilst the linguine is cooking (takes 10-11 minutes) in a large frying pan I cook off some onions and pancetta, to which I then add slices of cooking chorizo.
I ensure that the chorizo is cooked before removing from the heat. There will be a fair bit of fat cooked off from the chorizo and the pancetta, so you might want to drain off this before adding the contents of the pan to the cooked linguine.
Once the lingine is cooked, drain and add half a jar of red pesto and the cooked onion, chorizo and pancetta.
You could add red pepper to add some more spice and chilli if you want heat too.