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SALTED EGGS PRAWN PASTA

Cooking is fun when you use interesting ingredients! We're hopping onto the salted egg bandwagon with this salted egg prawn pasta.

Cooking time: 25 minutes

Ingredients:

Butter 

4 salted eggs (for the yolk)

Handful of Thai basil leave

Minced garlic (from 1 clove)

Sliced chill (optional)

500g prawns, peeled

Evaporate Milk

Sugar

Pepper

Method:
1. Bring a pot of water to boil and cook the spaghetti until al dente.

2. Boil the salted egg for about 7 minutes

3. Crack the eggs and remove egg yolks.

4. In a pan, fry the minced garlic until brown. 

5. Add in the salted egg, basil leaves and sliced chilli. Pour in just enough evaporated milk to make the mixture wet. Mix well.

6. Add in the prawns and cook until the prawns turn red. This should take about 10 minutes.

7. Stir in the spaghetti. 

8. Serve hot! 

 

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Used it for stir fry mee siam, stir fry veggies etc. Excellent. Definitely buying again.

Huge fresh prawns

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Super fresh, can tell from its firmness. No “fish tank” smell or “drain water/ muddy” aftertaste. Will definitely order again.

Big and creamy

Good! They are mostly big and creamy (only one was tiny), and great value for money! We didn’t thaw them before consumption. Just run the frozen shells under running water in the sink for 4-5 minutes. Very convenient!