Linguine with Shiso Herbs

Such simple seasoning using shiso herbs and sesame oil - ideal for a light lunch.

Recipe By: baba-chan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/213)
Serves 2 Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Linguine 200g
Salt as required
Shiso herb leaves 7-8
Ginger 1/2 thumb
Shiitake mushrooms 4
Sesame oil 2 tbsp
Sesame seeds as required

Method

1
Boil the water in a large pan and add the salt. Cook the linguine for 10 minutes.
2
Cut the ginger into very fine strips. Cut the shiso herb leaves and mushrooms into strips.
3
Put the sesame oil and ginger in a frying pan on medium heat. Add 2/3 of the shiso herbs, all the shiitake mushrooms and salt and fry.
4
Drain the linguine and add to the frying pan and mix thoroughly. Add some pasta water to make a light sauce.
5
Transfer to a serving dish and sprinkle the remaining shiso herbs and the sesame seeds.

Tips & Note

If you don't have shiso herbs, you can use chives.
The ginger really gives this dish a good flavour, but you could use garlic and pepper instead if you prefer.

Linguine with Shiso Herbs

Such simple seasoning using shiso herbs and sesame oil - ideal for a light lunch.

Recipe By: baba-chan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/213)

Serves 2

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Linguine 200g
Salt as required
Shiso herb leaves 7-8
Ginger 1/2 thumb
Shiitake mushrooms 4
Sesame oil 2 tbsp
Sesame seeds as required

Linguine with Shiso Herbs

Recipe ID :1084 Posted on 05 SEP 2015

Serves 2

Cook 15min
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Such simple seasoning using shiso herbs and sesame oil - ideal for a light lunch.

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Ingredients

Method

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15min
1
Boil the water in a large pan and add the salt. Cook the linguine for 10 minutes.
2
Cut the ginger into very fine strips. Cut the shiso herb leaves and mushrooms into strips.
3
Put the sesame oil and ginger in a frying pan on medium heat. Add 2/3 of the shiso herbs, all the shiitake mushrooms and salt and fry.
4
Drain the linguine and add to the frying pan and mix thoroughly. Add some pasta water to make a light sauce.
5
Transfer to a serving dish and sprinkle the remaining shiso herbs and the sesame seeds.

Tips & Note

If you don't have shiso herbs, you can use chives.
The ginger really gives this dish a good flavour, but you could use garlic and pepper instead if you prefer.

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