King Prawn tomato mascapone
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King Prawn tomato mascapone

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Serves 4

King prawns with garlic and mascapone suace and pasta

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  • 500g pasta i used shells, your choice
  • king prawns (any seafood will do) i used 2 handfulls
  • 1 x bunch spring onions green parts as well finley chopped
  • 3 large cloves garlic
  • hand full of flat leaf parsly chopped
  • 1 tub 250g of pre made tomato and mascapone suace (or make it your self)
  • knob of butter and spalsh of olive oil (for frying)
  • salt and pepper
  • sun dried tomatoes anti pasta in oil half a small jar chopped


    1. start your pasta in a pan Boil water add pasta n salt,splash of olive oil , in another pan fry the chopped garlic and white part of the spring onion in the butter and olive oil for 1 min
    2. add the prawns (uncooked) and fry until just pink about 2 mins if using cooked prawns half the time
    3. add mascapone sauce and bring to simmer for 3 mins
    4. add parsley and seasoning, and the green parts of the spring onions
    5. add the drained pasta to the sauce and mix and serve

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17th May, 2012
ohh yes and to finish just before serving squeeze juice of half lemon over adds some zing to it tasty tasty
17th May, 2012
i forgot to say add the sundried toms at same time as parsly and you could add some chopped basil too. let me know if you try it :)
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