Prawns carbonara sprinkled with coriander lemon zest Gremolada


Hello amazing friends, wish you all a fantastic 2019.

I know I haven’t been present and post any recipe since end of November….but after a crazy December and a small operation to welcome 2019…here I am, stronger than before and ready to share new recipes. Believe it or not January is almost over and Valentine is around the corner, and here is my first recipe.
Prawns carbonara sprinkled with coriander, lemon zest Gremolada.
Easy and bursting with flavours pasta and it is ready in under 30 minutes…..what more could you ask for…..
Follow this step by step recipe to impress your loved ones. As you can see, apart from prawns,

the rest of the ingredients you find easily around your pantry. You will need:

Egg yolks

Shallot

Garlic

Pesto

Spaghetti

Prawns

EVO

Lemon zest

Coriander

Salt and pepper

                                                                                              
Saute shallots and garlic in EVO.
 
Add prawns to the shallots and cook for 4-5 minutes.
Remove from the heat and keep aside till need it.
Beat pesto and egg yolks together and keep it aside.
 
Drain pasta when al dente, keep few tbsp of cooking water aside, and sauté in the pan with prawns.
Switch off the heat, add the pesto and yolks mixture.
Keep stirring till sauce is fully combine, for extra creaminess add some of the cooking water to the pasta.
Serve immediately sprinkled with coriander and lemon zest Gremolada and freshly crushed black pepper.
Find detail recipe under Pasta, Gnocchi and Co.
Don’t forget to let me know what you think about this recipe.

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