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Spaghetti With Coconut Spinach

Spaghetti With Coconut Spinach created by Enjolinfam

This creamy, asian delight is so easy to make and comes out super delish. The original comes from German chef Tim Mälzer, but I have tweaked it a bit. Feel free to adjust the spices to your heat tolerance.

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  • Prepare pasta according to package directions.
  • Meanwhile heat oil in a large skillet. Add garlic, ginger, chili pepper, cinnamon and curry powder. Sautee for a minute or two (until fragrant).
  • Add coconut milk and bring to a boil. Season with salt to taste.
  • Add spinach, reduce heat to low and allow spinach to wilt. Remove from heat.
  • Drain pasta, return to the pot and add the sauce. Spoon into bowls and top each serving with 1/2 tbs of desiccated coconut.
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"This creamy, asian delight is so easy to make and comes out super delish. The original comes from German chef Tim Mälzer, but I have tweaked it a bit. Feel free to adjust the spices to your heat tolerance."
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  1. La Rochelle
    It was pretty average tasting. The sauce took a long time to thicken up and once I served it, it was lacking spice and taste in general. All I could taste was the coconut milk! Maybe next time I would use less coconut milk and more spices, however I really liked the idea of the garlic/ginger and chilli.
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  2. Enjolinfam
    Spaghetti With Coconut Spinach Created by Enjolinfam
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  3. Enjolinfam
    Yum! My family said they loved EVERYTHING about this recipe! Wish I could give it more stars! I doubled it to feed my family of four. I didn't have a red pepper so I used some cayenne and we like our food a little spicy so I added a little more curry. Instead of using salt to taste I used a low sodium soy sauce. I only had grated unsweetened coconut to put on top, but will try it the other way next time, because I will be making this again! Made and reviewed for Aussie/NZ Recipe Swap February 2011
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  4. Enjolinfam
    Yum! My family said they loved EVERYTHING about this recipe! Wish I could give it more stars! I doubled it to feed my family of four. I didn't have a red pepper so I used some cayenne and we like our food a little spicy so I added a little more curry. Instead of using salt to taste I used a low sodium soy sauce. I only had grated unsweetened coconut to put on top, but will try it the other way next time, because I will be making this again! Made and reviewed for Aussie/NZ Recipe Swap February 2011
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  5. Lalaloula
    This creamy, asian delight is so easy to make and comes out super delish. The original comes from German chef Tim Mälzer, but I have tweaked it a bit. Feel free to adjust the spices to your heat tolerance.
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