For our newbies, the KFB foodie talk column – handled by Dobby of Dobbysignature – is basically for ladies and ‘guys’ that are interested in learning how to cook better ;).
Today she discusses how to make fried spaghetti and shrimp.
at home, you are on a long thing. This might sound like a very dramatic
statement but really, you’ve just gotta try this.
easy to make this is definitely going to work up your appetite even if
you are not a spaghetti fan. Unlike jollof spaghetti
which features a combination of tomatoes and pepper as the main event,
this needs just curry powder for colour + taste and veggies…Yum!
fresher the cooked veggies turn out in the end, the tastier it
is.There’s this thing i love about spaghetti that doesn’t stick
together. I guess it makes everything worth it don’t you think.
set aside. For this, you can use any type of meat you’ve got available.
Meat stock helps in enhancing the flavor of this dish although you can
skip adding it altogether.
powder and then the spaghetti – Cook for about 8 minutes till al dente
(firm to the bite). Drain off excess curried water. The spaghetti should
be yellow by now and a little bit strong. Pour the spaghetti back into
the pot and add the meat stock. Add the crushed seasoning and salt to
taste. Cook till the stock gets absorbed.
bell pepper, Spring onion, Red bell pepper, Mince the garlic and set
vegetable oil. Add the veggies and minced garlic one after the other and
stir fry for 2 minutes. Add the shrimp, thyme and stir fry for 1
minute. Add the spaghetti, check for seasoning and add more if needed.
Stir fry everything together for about two minutes then turn of the