linguini is one of the type of pasta. The shape is look alike fettucini, but the size is different. Linguini is smaller than fettucini. So, don't be confuse about it. So pasta marina is all about the seafood. You can put any seafood item in your pasta. Today i have one of the recipe for the simple pasta marinara for you cook at your house and enjoy it.
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
salt & pepper
pasta fettucini (you can use any type of pasta that you like)
1. Peeled the skin of prawn and blanch it with onion to get the prawn stock.
2. Saute the garlic and onion until soft.
3. Add in puree tomato *estimate for how many people you want serve
4.Then, pour the prawn stock.you will get the sweetness of the prawn in your sauce.Let it boil for a while.
5. Add the button mushroom.
6. And also mussle.
7.After a minute, add in squid.
8.Wait until 2 minute, then add the prawn and season your sauce.
*Tips~don't cook your seafood too long because it will become tough like chewing gum. Just estimate the amount of ingredient with the people you want to serve.
p/s:1.i'm very sorry if my grammar not very good.I'm trying to make it right and right now i"m still in learning process. And also sorry if my platting not look very nice because I don't have much time to make it nice because my family was very hungry on that time. SO, enjoy your pasta :)
Posted by MR.EMI at 5:14 AM
Saturday, December 24, 2011
onion and garlic
2 cups plain tomato sauce
1/2 tsp dried oregano
2 tbsp breadcrumb
salt and pepper for seasoning
1. Cut the onion and eggplant into dice.
2.Chop the garlic.
3.Saute the onion and garlic until soft.
4.Add in eggplant and cook until it's tender.
5.Pour the tomato sauce.
6.Put some salt and pepper for seasoning and a little bit of dried oregano to enhance the good smell.
7.In an ovenproof casserole pour the mixture and sprinkle the breadcrumbs on top.
8.Bake it in an oven preheated to 160 degree celcius for 10 mnt or until the breadcrumb turns to brown colour
p/s: gamba ihsan dr google.x smpt nk amek gamba kt kitchen..
Posted by MR.EMI at 6:50 AM