Saffron Lebanese 7 Spice(Baharat) Tomato Shrimp Konjac Noodles
Another nice meal for chilly days.
Inspired by Persian saffron shrimp rice.
Easy, simple, flavorful and very aromatic. Anything with saffron is superb, besides it’s with Baharat. No words needed. Crisp edge and the top, zesty tomatoes shrimp and completely well seasoned Konjac noodles. You should give it a shot.
1. For saffron water
▶️1g Saffron thread
▶️3 tbsp. warm water
▶️1/16 tsp. liquid chicken stock
▶️2 tbsp. lime juice
Combine water, chicken stock and lime juice. Soak saffron threads in the mixture.
2. For tomato sauce
▶️1 cup whole tomatoes
▶️1/4 tsp. Beef broth
▶️salt and pepper to season
▶️1+1/2 tbsp. Baharat
3. For baharat(adjusted version)
▶️Ground type, each 1/8 tsp. – allspice, cinnamon, coriander, nutmeg, cloves
▶️The others -1/16 to 1/8 tsp. ground cardamom, 1/8 tsp. whole cumin
Combine all ingredients, mingle it completely.
4. For the others
▶️300g prepared shrimp rinsed
▶️16 garlic cloves chopped
▶️4 to 5 SHALLOTS chopped
▶️1/8 tsp. Olive oil
▶️2 handfuls of carrot coins
Cauliflowers would pair well with it.
▶️250g high purity WIDE Konjac noodles rinsed
In this case, no necessary to give it a prepare step, which means you could skip it boiling and draining it.
I used 99 purity wide Konjac noodles.
Certainly way better than the others.
Highly recommended using over 90 purity Konjac. It will make a huge difference every single way. If your Konjac contains considerable carbs such as starch, you should adjust it to your condition. It’s about a formula matter. Really, much more than just healthful matters such as blood sugar and GI level. If things go wrong, that deep gap would come up like between non semolina pasta and semolina pasta.
▶️Lemon zest and fresh arugula for a topping
This is not mandatory, but it would be a good kick. Fresh arugula salad could be an option for a side dish.
Cook garlic cloves until fragrant. Add shallots chopped, make it translucent.
Pour the saffron water including saffron threads.
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