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Wednesday, 17 March 2010

Simple but Yummy | Macaroni for Yayai...


Assalamualaikum and salam Sejahtera to all...


I am not a big fan of macaroni but pasta alway be a comfort food for occasions. This recipes has a simple method. To Yayai aka Monyet, I hope you will try this at home... ;)



Macaroni for yayai...



Ingredients | 4 serving:
280gm smoked beef strip (sliced)
1 nos onion (sliced)
3 tbsp corn oil
2nos tomato (sliced)
4 cloves garlic (sliced)
3 nos shallots (sliced)
200 gm parmesan cheese
300 gm macaroni
1 cup cream
1 cup beef stock
Basil and Oregano
Salt and pepper

Methods:
1.   Prepare your ingredients.
2.  Cook macaroni in boiling salted water and oil, cooked about 7 minutes and cool down, set aside.
3.  Heat up sauce pot, add in oil, saute onion, garlic and shallot until soft.
4.  Add beef strip and cook until brown.
5.  Add cream and stock, stir and brings to boiled, once boiled low the fire and let it simmer for about 15 minutes.
6.  During simmering process, add tomato, herbs and seasoning.
7.  Add in cooked macaroni and 50gm parmesan cheese, stir, check seasoning again (add salt and pepper)
8.  Heat up oven to 230'C and get a casserole ready. Pour macaroni into casserole and top with parmesan cheese.
9.  Put in oven for about 15 minute, ready to eat.


Method thru pics...

Gather your ingredients...


Sliced garlic, onion and shallot...


Boiled macaroni...


Strip smoked beef (sliced)


Sauteed until soft...


Add in beef and stir...


Browned...


Cream and stock added, simmering process...


Adjust taste...


In Casserole...


 Parmesan cheese on top...


Just come out from the oven...


Yummyyy...


I hope you enjoy and have a great time...

"Healthy food builds healthy mind..."


Regards, Chef Nash

2 comments:

Chef Nash 17 March 2010 at 06:13  

Oh ya... you can use this sauce to make carbonara, just finished it with egg yolk and no oven necessary... enjoy... ;)

afh 19 March 2010 at 22:44  

lapar nye tengok those pasta.. lum dinner lg nih. :-)

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