Saturday, January 10, 2015

Prawns Fettuccine Alfredo

It's time I tell you a story of the day I made PRAWN FETTUCCINE ALFREDO 

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You need 

500 grams fettuccine pasta cooked Al dente. DON'T ASK ME SILLY STUFF LIKE "HOW TO BOIL THE PASTA?" READ ON THE PACKET LOSERS.

500 grams  prawns/shrimps

200 grams  freshly grated cheese of choice 


300 grams of cream

Half glass milk

100 grams butter

Onion powder 1 tablespoon

Garlic powder 1 tablespoon

2 tablespoon lemon juice 


Salt and pepper shall remain HASB E ZIAQA as always. Now lets get going.

Put onion powder, garlic powder, salt, pepper and lemon juice on prawns and mix them well.


Melt butter in a pan and fry prawns until they are semi red. Then remove the prawns from the pan.


Whisk cream with the milk. 

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If you want to make you're sauce white. Clean the butter out of the pan with the ingredients from prawns.

However, if you want flavor then add cream+milk in the pan without taking anything out. Heat it on medium low heat until it slow boils.

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Add cheese and cook on medium till it slow boils. Check salt, pepper and onion/garlic powder flavor. Add more if required or according to your GODDAMN taste.

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Now add them prawns. Cook for 2 minutes and add the fettuccine. There you go. 


You can also spice it up by adding a tablespoon of red chili flakes. 

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I present to you the royal highness of all pastas Prawn Fettuccine Alfredo. 

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  1. Wah, alaa. Plus love the way you explained it, so hilarious. Keep it up!

  2. We can use chicken instead of prawns as well

    1. The recipe for the chicken one has been done before

  3. Wow that is a very awesome recipe. I will definitely try this at home.Pakistani Cooking Recipes are the best. I love all Pakistani Recipes and indian recipes and mostly the appetizers by zarnak sidhwa recipes


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