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Cold Angel Hair Pasta in Truffle Oil with Abalone and Caviar

cold angel hair pasta truffle oil abalone caviar
Foodies, here’s another Christmas recipe to serve up a gastronomic meal. Combining all the extravagant ingredients, the chilled pasta is drenched in a fragrant Truffle Oil, teasing the palates of your guests even before they arrive on the table.

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If you have not tried Angel Hair Pasta aka Capellini, it is a very thin variety of Italian pasta. Using the Hock Hua Tiger King Australia Wild Blacklip Abalone ( 福華補品 澳洲野生黑边鲍鱼 ), the highly-prized sea snails are sliced thinly and used as topping in this pasta with other luxury ingredients like Caviar and Sakura Ebi.

So how did I get the idea of making a cold pasta dish? Well, I borrowed the idea from few of my favourite restaurants like Da Luca Italian Restaurant, Gunther's Restaurant and Les Amis. This pasta will probably burn a hole in your pocket, so why don’t you buy the ingredients and fine dine at home instead?

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I am a huge fan of Truffle Oil which adds a magical touch to any dish. Let this Cold Angel Hair Pasta in Truffle Oil with Abalone and Caviar takes center stage in your festive dining this Christmas!

christmas chilled cold angel hair caviar pasta recipe
( Serves 4 )
Ingredients:
150g Angel Hair Pasta aka Capellini
200g Canned Australian Abalone
50ml Abalone stock from canned abalone
4 tbsp Sakura Ebi
5 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2 tbsp Salt
Truffle Oil to drizzle
Caviar for topping

Method:
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  • Remove abalone from can and shred.
  • christmas japanese sakura ebi recipe dried shrimps
  • Heat oil and fry Sakura Ebi till crispy. You can fry more and keep them in an airtight container for other use. Set aside oil for mixing pasta later.
  • christmas tiger king australia abalone pasta recipe
  • Cook pasta according to instructions on package. Drain and pour in abalone broth. Add shrimp oil and salt. Mix well.
  • Prepare ahead by dividing the pasta into equal parts. Put them in airtight container and refrigerate.
  • christmas cold capellini pasta truffle oil abalone caviar
  • Remove chilled pasta just before serving and add truffle oil. Top with the rest of the ingredients, and be ready to impress your guests with this restaurant-style Cold Angel Hair Pasta in Truffle Oil with Abalone and Caviar.
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This was part of our 4-Course Christmas Dinner last year, and I shall be back with the rest of the recipes:
Which is your favourite – Abalone, Caviar, or Truffles? Like what you see? Get Beauty, Dining, Recipes, Travel, Health and Wellness reviews right into your mailbox! Subscribe to Luxury Haven by Email and you will never miss a post again! xoxo

24 comments:

  1. This looks like a great dish to serve up over Christmas Shirley! Another amazing creation.

    Sxx
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  2. That is a great dish to serve guests! Abalone and caviar, I tasted. Truffles not yet. I must try the real truffle one day. ^^

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  3. Such an elegant, gourmet dish! Perfect for the holidays!!!

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  4. It looks so impressive! I've never tried many of the ingredients though, haha! I'm not a seafood fan.

    I'm excited it's nearly Christmas! With most of the wrapping done and just waiting for the last gifts to arrive in the mail, we are trying to have a relaxing weekend as next week will be so busy! Hope you're having a great weekend!

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  5. Your 4 course Christmas dinner last year looks so delicious! I love to eat pasta and truffle oil.

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  6. Those look good and simply luxurious!

    Have a great weekend, Shirley!

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  7. your proposals are always wonderful

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  8. Shirley, your pasta must be so delicious with all those tasty premium products. I love the Santa sliding off the pasta. So cute!

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  9. Wow this looks delicious, I will try it!
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  10. Thanks for the interesting post! Have a nice day)

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  11. Looks delicious! I think truffle oil is magical too :)

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  12. very nice table decor, this pasta sound very yummy
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  13. This sounds a delicious recipe!
    And such cute displaying!
    XO
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  14. That looks HEAVENLY!! I want!!!! - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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  15. Shirley, you sure know how to wow your guests. This is elegant and stunning food!

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  16. This is definitely diviners. My hunger pangs is kicking me up loudly.

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  17. Yummy, delicious dishes! Merry Christmas.

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  18. It looks delicious 😊
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  19. Angel hair always my fav. Ebi Sakura...eheh..I think can just snack on that. hahaha

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