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Sambal Tumis Passata Seafood Pasta

Our much loved Sambal Tumis is so versatile you can practically cook almost anything with it!


We love it when our fellow chefs and foodies play with flavours and come up with new recipes using our favourite ingredients. The humble sambal is an absolute delicacy for us, we can't live without it! So it was such a treat when Amazing Grace, the Noodle Queen made a spicy tweak to pasta with the beautiful flavours of sambal! Here's the recipe for you to try!


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Sambal Pasta Recipe


Ingredients A:

*1 packet of spaghetti

*1 pot of water

*Salt

Ingredients B:

*1 big onion (sliced)

*4-5 cloves of garlic (chopped in small pieces)

*250g prawns (shelled and deveined)

*I tube of squid (cut in rings)

*20g @MyBlueTea Sambal Tumis powder (add more if you prefer something spicier)

*200g passata sauce

*(Cooling oil - as desired, and this is where we "agak agak", as we say back home!)

*Sugar (as desired)

*Salt (as desired)

*Black pepper (as desired)

*1 tablespoon of lemon juice

*Spring onions for garnishing



Method:

  1. Boil a pot of water and put the spaghetti into the boiling water. Add a pinch of salt like how you cook spaghetti normally.

  2. When spaghetti is just cooked, drain all water and wash with running cold water to flush away the starch.

  3. Heat up the frying pan, add in cooking oil. Add sliced onions and chopped onion. Sauté until golden in colour.

  4. Add in prawns and squid, fry until they are cooked.

  5. Add My Blue Tea Sambal Tumis powder, add 2 tablespoons of hot water. Sauté until the paste is boiling.

  6. Add in passata sauce, salt, sugar and pepper for taste.

  7. Add the cooked spaghetti into the mixture. Fry until spaghetti is evenly coated in sauce. Sprinkle some spring onions as garnish before serving.


We're not kidding when we proclaimed Amazing Grace as the Noodle Queen! Here's Grace's take on noodles with our Super Spice blends - Laksa Johor, Singapore Sing Chow Mai (but not available in Singapore) and Satay Noodles (this is a Vegan version) and you can tweak it like Grace has by adding minced meat.





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What drinks best go with Pasta?


  • For spicy pastas, try Blue Iced tea or Lady in Red. It´s great as a summer ice tea with a bit of lime and honey. Rich in antioxidants and Vitamin C, this Hibiscus tea has a rich, velvety, cranberry flavour.












Photos and recipes for the above recipes have been contributed by our Brand Ambassador and food lover, Grace, who is an International Tax Accountant, tax advisor, an enthusiastic educator and the mother of 3 lovely kids. Do follow @grazia.lim to be a part of her cooking adventures. You will be amazed what's in store! Thank you, Grace!




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