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Creamy Thermomix Pasta Recipe
Creamy Tuscan Prawn Linguine

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Skinnymixers prawn pasta

Creamy Tuscan Prawn Linguine cooked in the Thermomix, is one recipe from the cookbook A Little Taste of Italy that you absolutely must try ASAP.

This one-pot wonder, cooks the pasta in the Thermomix with the sauce – to produce a restaurant quality meal in around 30 minutes.

Creamy Tuscan Prawn Linguine
The perfect Creamy Thermomix Pasta for sharing with the family.
Creamy Thermomix Pasta Recipe
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5 from 2 votes

ALToIT: Creamy Tuscan Prawn Linguine

This creamy prawn pasta will not only be a favourite because it is so flavoursome, but it is also a one bowl wonder in the Thermomix —saving on cleaning up!  If you don’t eat prawns, don’t skip over this Creamy Tuscan Prawn Linguine as it is amazing with chicken or salami!
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time30 mins
Total Time40 mins
Author: Skinnymixers
Recipe type: Dinner
Cuisine: Italian
Servings: 6

Ingredients

  • 100 g shallots
  • raw cashews
  • garlic
  • fresh flat leaf parsley
  • thickened cream or coconut cream
  • dry white wine
  • sun-dried tomato strips
  • chicken stock concentrate
  • tomato paste
  • dry linguine gluten free if required
  • 300 g green prawn meat OR chicken / salami
  • baby spinach

Instructions

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Notes

This recipe has Seafood Free, Nut Free, Low Carb, Paleo, Vegetarian and Low Fodmap variations.
We don't recommend using fresh pasta or the dried egg pasta in this recipe.
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Nutrition Facts
ALToIT: Creamy Tuscan Prawn Linguine
Amount Per Serving (245 g)
Calories 466 Calories from Fat 242
% Daily Value*
Fat 26.9g41%
Saturated Fat 13.1g82%
Sodium 500mg22%
Carbohydrates 36g12%
Sugar 5.8g6%
Protein 15.8g32%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
  1. Made this last night:
    -with chicken for the seafood hating husband
    -about half a bottle of passata instead of tomato paste (using it up)
    -no spinach
    -coconut cream so it would be DF
    -omitted water and cooked pasta on stovetop (normal for husband, GF for me)

    It was great! I made it when ALTOIt first came out and wasn’t overly impressed, but I think using the passata was a positive change

  2. 5 stars
    I make this dish a bit differently, I don’t cook the pasta in the sauce.
    I make it just as a sauce and use ravioli for the pasta (pumpkin and feta is perfect for the sauce).
    I freeze the sauce and the ravioli and use it as my “I can’t be bothered day”.

    The favours are perfect

  3. 5 stars
    The kids and husband love pasta, so this was a winner all round. I couldn’t get enough prawns, so added some pan fried barramundi to it and it was awesome!

  4. OMG this is so delicious!
    I made salami version as not a fan of prawns. Also hubby doesn’t like cheese, so this was a great pasta for him

  5. This recipe is awesome, have been making it regularly since I purchased the book. There is usually enough left for lunch the next day, and reheats well. Thank you Nikalene

  6. A big wow from me- I doubted how amazing it could taste just looking at the ingredients, but Nikalene you’re a food magician.

    I actually used almonds that I turned in to almond meal and I also used a Bellini and cooked the pasta for approx 8 mins longer. Truly it couldn’t have been any better

  7. O.M.G!!!! Loved by all the family, kids included! Husband asked if I could make it again soon….. like for breakfast tomorrow 😂😂😂😂👍👍👍👍👍

  8. 2nd time even better than the first. Made this with chicken and it’s just delicious. 16yo asked after first mouthful “there’s more right?”…. and also said, make sure you leave some leftovers for me.

    Winning every which way.

  9. Made this with chicken and without pasta. Was delicious but the nuts remained a bit crunchy. next time I might blitz the nut/shallot/garlic mixture after the initial cooking to make a smoother sauce.

  10. What a delicious dish , 10 out of 10 I made it with prawns and the family loved it …can’t wait to try the rest of the recipes from this gorgeous book xx

  11. So delicious and quick. Made with cows cream and prawns the first time and it was a hit and have also tried chicken and bacon with half cow/half coconut cream (ran out of cows cream) and it was still yummy!

  12. Unfortunately I have a non seafood eating family 😭 so I made this with chicken & bacon it was amazing the sauce was very flavoursome this is a very versatile recipe .. delicious 😋
    Love Melly Moo xx

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