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Black Pepper Pasta With Prawns

 6 Servings (Total Calories Per Serving: 465 kcal)

Looking for some peppery twist to seafood pasta? Here's an easy guide to making black pepper pasta with prawns in the comforts of your home. This recipe is one that does not exceed 500 calories per serving!

NEW MOON NUTRITIOUSLY MADE RECIPES EP.6 - Black Pepper Pasta with Prawns


Disclaimer

Please be informed that in this video, the stipulated calorie information is derived from general information provided from various food and nutrition sources. This information is based on standard product formulation, recommended serving sizes and average values for ingredients from New Moon suppliers. Deviation in serving sizes and preparation methods may affect the calorie information for each item.

Preparation


  • [76 Calories] 1 packet New Moon Black Pepper Spices Paste (30g)
  • [380 Calories] Shrimp / Prawn without shell (400g)
  • [37 Calories] Capsicum green, yellow and red (150g)
  • [21 Calories] Sliced small yellow onion (50g)
  • [10 Calories] 5 whole canned button mushrooms, sliced
  • [16 Calories] 4 cloves of garlic, sliced (12g)
  • [288 Calories] New Moon Canola Oil or preferred oil for cooking (35ml)
  • [0 Calories] 80ml of water
  • [253 Calories] Pasta whole wheat uncooked (70g per serving)
  • [19 Calories] 1 teaspoon of white sugar (5g)

Cooking Instructions


  1. Marinade 10g (approxmately 1 tablespoon) of New Moon Black Pepper Spice with Prawns for 15 minutes
  2. Mix water with 20g (approximately 2 tablespoons) of New Moon Black Pepper Spice and sugar. Set water-pepper mixture aside
  3. Sauté 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil with capsicums until fragrant and set capsicum aside.
  4. Using the same pan, sauté garlic with 2 tablespoons of canola oil until garlic is lightly golden brown.
  5. Add onion and prawns. Sauté until aromatic.
  6. Turn off heat, add capsicums, mix well.
  7. Ready to serve.