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How to cook nice Pasta

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KiasuParents Scrumptious Pasta Kontest : Vote For Your Favourite Pasta!

1. ksi : Japanese Alfredo Pasta Sauce Fusion Active Volcanic Eruption of Fish & Mushroom (Pg 13)
4
17%
2. ZacK : Creamy Clam Chowder Pasta (Pg 1)
3
13%
3. Peterch : Carbonara Pasta (Pg 2)
0
No votes
4. MLR : Wild Mushroom Pasta (Pg 2)
0
No votes
5. insider : Instant Japanese Spaghetti (Pg 2)
0
No votes
6. PlayfulFairy : Oriental Pasta (Pg 3)
1
4%
7. Funz : Creamy Mushroom Pasta (Pg 3)
2
8%
8. buds : Spicy Chilli Fish Pasta (Pg 4)
7
29%
9. lovekidsverymuch : Vegetable Pasta (Pg 4)
1
4%
10. Funz : Vongole (Pg 4)
1
4%
11. pokemon : Home-made Chicken Pasta (Pg 7)
0
No votes
12. Muffins : Chicken & Mushroom Pasta (Pg 9)
2
8%
13. Busymom : Pasta with Tomato Sauce & Parmesan (Pg 9)
1
4%
14. mummyyuki : Seafood Spaghetti [http://recipemummy.blogspot.com/2010/02/seafood-spaghetti.html]
2
8%
 
Total votes : 24

Postby Guest » Thu Jun 24, 2010 1:42 pm

Fettuccine wrote::congrats: to Buds, Ksi and Zack!

Buds, I didn't know you love to cook. So surprise to see there are so many recipes in your blog :-)

Ksi, you must be wondering why my nick is a pasta name. That was named on impulse when I was preggo two years ago. I was then craving for creamy Fettuccine Alfredo :wink:

Way to go all three winners!


Thanks Fettuccine....ah at least I now know how you got your nick! :celebrate:
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Postby LKVM » Thu Jun 24, 2010 2:38 pm

:congrats: to Buds, Ksi and Zack!
:celebrate: :celebrate:
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Re: How to cook nice Pasta

Postby mummyyuki » Mon Mar 05, 2012 1:14 pm

Hello Everyone,

Today, I would like to share a simple and quick cream base spaghetti, Fettuccine Alfredo, for busy working mummy or a quick lunch for stay at home mummy who want to save the hassle and yet cook a delicious meal for the children. I have simplified the cooking method so as to minimize the amount of utensils to wash and keep the kitchen clean.

You can obtain the recipe from http://www.recipemummy.blogspot.com/

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Postby YJL » Wed Mar 07, 2012 10:45 pm

foreverj wrote:
foreverj wrote:...i love aglio olio ...


heutistmeintag wrote:I adore aglio olio. You just arouse my appetite, gonna get it and whet my appetite now. lol


hehe, i love it too :) its something i dun mind eating everyday. healthy, low in fat, dun even need meat (although i like to eat with prawn), and usually the cheapest on the pasta menu cos its meatless :)


It was my first time thAt I tried aglio olio served with a slice of chicken chop. It was indeed very delicious! Plain, probably with dash of olive oil and herbs but it tastes really nice.
My ques is, what is the difference between oglio olio to spaghetti? Is it the sauce or what? TIA for explaining to me :)
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Re: How to cook nice Pasta

Postby Guest » Tue Jul 03, 2012 5:14 pm

For Castle House and fightingmom as promised...

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Re: How to cook nice Pasta

Postby fightingmom » Tue Jul 03, 2012 7:09 pm

ksi wrote:For Castle House and fightingmom as promised...

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:drool: :drool:

wah... your presentation of the food so nice sia ! So appetizing ! Must have pasta tomorrow again ! :imcool:
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Re: How to cook nice Pasta

Postby Guest » Tue Jul 03, 2012 7:34 pm

Hee hee fightingmom, if I have the time, I always like to prepare the meals in a more elaborate way. That is the pleasure of cooking and dining for my family. I will set the tables and all.

Btw, my child finished this plate of pasta completely. She is not crazy about tomatoes but she ate them.....

So we are waiting for your pasta tomorrow? :evil: now I got a chance to hound you. :rubhands:
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Re: How to cook nice Pasta

Postby fightingmom » Tue Jul 03, 2012 7:47 pm

ksi wrote:Hee hee fightingmom, if I have the time, I always like to prepare the meals in a more elaborate way. That is the pleasure of cooking and dining for my family. I will set the tables and all.

Btw, my child finished this plate of pasta completely. She is not crazy about tomatoes but she ate them.....

So we are waiting for your pasta tomorrow? :evil: now I got a chance to hound you. :rubhands:


sori lei... i seldom cook one... thinking of going to Pastamania tomolo to mum mum ... :wink:

maggie mee ok boh ?
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Re: How to cook nice Pasta

Postby verykiasu2010 » Tue Jul 03, 2012 11:47 pm

linguini or angel hair in olive oil with garlic + a few pieces of chilli padi, plus prawns...all time favourite

(Italian prawn noodle) :rotflmao:
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Re: How to cook nice Pasta

Postby Castle House » Wed Jul 04, 2012 1:07 pm

ksi.. lol.. thanks ya..

My boy loves pasta.. will read through the recipe.. and see if I can come up with something this weekend.. :rubhands:
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