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RECIPE: TKG's Seafood Pasta with Salted Egg Tomato Sauce

We had this for our media noche. It's very easy to prepare and a great alternative to the usual bolognese and carbonara pasta sauce.


Ingredients:

Shrimps, 6-8 pcs depending on size
Scallops, 200 grams
Clara Ole's Filipino Style Pasta Sauce
3 Salted eggs
1 Clove garlic, minced
1 Onion, minced
Fresh basil leaves
Ground black pepper
Salt if needed only
Oil
Penne, 300 grams (spaghetti or other pasta may also be used)

*** serves 3 pax


Preparation:

Pour a bit of oil in a heated pan and add garlic and onions, stir for about 3 minutes. Mashed the salted egg in the garlic and onions and season with pepper. Add about 3/4 of Clara Ole's Filipino Style Pasta Sauce and add the scallops while it is simmering. Cover pan until the scallops are almost done then add the shrimps and some shredded basil leaves. Toss in cooked penne (al dente) and mix it well with the sauce. Remove from pan and transfer in a serving dish. Garnish with basil leaves and serve. Bon appetit!


*** I used Filipino Style Pasta Sauce because its a bit sweet, and because I want my 2014 to be sweet. :)


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  1. We love Clara Ole too but have never tried putting salted eggs in our pasta. This is something unique and probably adventurous.

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    1. Not really unique, inspiration came from prawns with salted egg sauce that we've eaten in a Chinese Resto :) -TheKitchenGoddess

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  6. Nice! I use a lot of Clara Ole pasta sauces, too. The seafood and salted egg combo sounds delish; I gotta try it some time! :)

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    1. Yeah, its good. But its cholesterol-overload according to my husband :) -edel

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