"Every Meal An Adventure!" ~ Food & Travel in Asia
Pasta: TortiglioniIs the flavour Seafood Sambal?
hahahah! cambemberu got new game for the loyal readers. lol!think i saw this type of pasta before but i'm not sure of the name.did u cooked it?
rigatoni with crustacean oil, ingredients either kombu or aonori, and those are baby spinach :)hmm....looks and I think taste familiar keke :)
To me, it looks like there is some sambal in it?
Initially, I thought you used basil. But at a closer look, I think they are baby spinach?Can't figure out the pasta type non the other ingredients except the prawns. LOLWaiting eagerly for your answer and recipe. =)
But it has a sprial ridge so I think it's tortiglioni. In fact, if it's home cooked, it might even be Barilla's Tortiglioni which is commonly found in local supermarkets! :)
hae bee hiam rigatoni =P - blu
It does reminds me of le papillon's rigatoni in crustacean oil. :) Ice might be right.
tom yam rigatoni
its up on tastespotting!pasta tortiglioni with hay bee hiam plus caramelised shallots and some shavings of parmesan cheese?where's momo the food forensic? :)
Wow you guys are good!XinYan: spot on for the pasta! very close for sambal guess!LIC: haha, nice to break the routine once in a while. Yes, I cooked it.Ice: I know what you're thinking! It's not quite that, but was inspired by that.Ju-ee: yes, got something spicy in it!Didally: unfortunately all my basil died. Yes, it's baby spinach. Hehe, OK I'll post the recipe (although initially didn't want to, cos it still sucks!).XY: Tortiglioni it is! You even got the brand right! lolAnonymous: wow, right on hae bee hiam!Hungry Cow: heheJY: seafood yes, rigatoni noAmy: ah, that's an idea...maybe I should experiment with tom yum pasta next.Southernoise: oh it's up! yay! yes, very close guess! and you're the only one who noticed the cheese!Sweet & saucy: Thanks! :)
Laksa mai hum...
LOL good one, alba! ;-)