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Tom Yum Spaghetti

Tom Yum Spaghetti

Serve: 1-2


200 gram                               Spaghetti

120 gram                               Raw king prawns-peeled

110 gram                               Cherry tomato

40 gram                                 Red onion-chopped

20 gram                                 Red chilli-sliced

15 gram                                 Lemon grass-sliced

7-8 leaf                                  Kaffir lime leaf

3 tablespoon                           Olive oil

1.5 teaspoon                           Fish sauce

1 teaspoon                              Lime juice

1/2 teaspoon                           Ginger puree

1/2 teaspoon                           Sugar

1/4 teaspoon                           Thai Panang paste

1 pinch                                    Salt and pepper

2 gram                                    Coriander-finely chopped (Optional)






-Use an electric blender or pestle and mortar to blend the lemongrass, red chili, kaffir lime leaves, and ginger puree until they turn to a dry smooth paste. Add a little oil if required. This is your Tom Yum paste.

-Cook the tomatoes with one tablespoon of olive oil in the small saucepan until turns soften. Set aside.

-Cook the spaghetti according to the instruction on the package.

-In the other frying pan, fry the prawns in 2 tablespoons of olive oil until they cooked. Remove the prawns from the frying pan and set aside.

– In the same pan (do not wash ). Add the chopped red onion and gently fry until it turns translucent.

-In goes, Tom Yum paste and Thai Panang paste. Cook until the herbs infused(Usually approx 2-3 minutes). Put the cooked tomatoes and season the sauce with the fish sauce and sugar. Fry for further 1-2 minutes. 

-Drain and transfer the spaghetti into Tom yum sauce. Follow by prawns, lime juice, a pinch of salt and ground black pepper. Fold all the ingredients well and serve immediately. 




-What is Tom Yum ? Click here Tom Yum soup 

– If you can get the hold of “ Nam-Prik Pao” ( Thai style Chilli jam) use it instead of ” Thai Panang paste” It will give the smoky and sweet character to this dish.

– Can’t find “Thai Panang Paste” you can also use the “Thai Red Curry Paste” instead.

-Not a big fan of seafood? Check Curried Spaghetti for a vegetarian option. Happy Cooking.

Tom Yum Spaghetti





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