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Herbs & Mint Pasta Alfredo-The Indian Twist

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Prep: 10 minutes Cook: 10 minutes

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Serves 2

The creamy classic with a herb infused twist.

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  • Water
  • Pasta (Penne) -250 gm
  • Salt to taste
  • Peas- a handful


  • Butter-50 gms
  • Garlic- 6 cloves
  • Ground pepper-2 tsp
  • Walnuts- 10 no.s
  • Ground Mint leaves- 200 ml
  • Ground Coriander leaves- 50 ml (optional)
  • Fresh Cream- 150 ml
  • Chopped Capsicum- 1 no.
  • Chopped Mushrooms- 100 gms
  • Oregano- 2 tsp
  • Sun Dried Tomatoes- a handful


  1. For the pasta: Heat water in a pan. When it boils, add the penne, salt and peas. Cook for about 10 mins.

  2. Alongside the pasta make the sauce. For the Sauce:Melt butter in a pan. Add the garlic, pepper and walnuts. Roast for about 30 seconds. Add the ground mint and coriander leaves. Stir well.

  3. Add the chopped capsicum ,mushrooms and the sun dried tomatoes. Cook for 5 minutes on a low flame.

  4. Add the fresh cream and stir well. Add the oregano and cook for 5 minutes on a low flame.

  5. Garnish by sprinkling oregano over the pasta and serve in pasta dish.

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