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Italiano Pasta

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Serves 2

This a Italian specialty that everyone will enjoy! This is a dish that the whole family can enjoy or just for you!

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  • The Pasta:
  • 80g tagliatelle
  • The Sauce:
  • 200g of chopped tomatoe ( 1 can)
  • 1tbs basil
  • 30g prawns (frozen)
  • 1 tbs chilli powder/ chilli oil
  • 2tbs olive oil
  • 1tbs pepper (dried-black)
  • 1tbs salt
  • pinch corriander
  • 3 cloves of crushed garlic
  • Finishing Touches:
  • one handful of parmasan cheese
  • pinch of mint ( to top it off)


    1. Boil the pasta and prawns in seperate pots
    2. when the pasta is ready, leave it to simmer at low heat and start on the sauce. about 3 minutes later drain the pasta
    3. to start the sauce open the chopped tomatoe can and pour into the saucepan. add all the other ingredients and leave to simmer
    4. when the sauce and prawns are ready add to the cooked pasta.
    5. leave it ot simmer for about 10 minutes nad stir occasionally
    6. whilst it is simmering clear all the surfaces
    7. when the pasta is ready, switch the gas off and place on panstand
    8. let the pasta cool for 5 minutes and place on a plate and add the cheese on the top and the mint on top of the cheese
    9. ENJOY!!

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