This recipe falls in line with all other dinners I make. One meal for the whole family. Everyone in my family, especially my kids, have various food preferences. Instead of being a short order cook I aim to make one meal, with adjustments, for everyone. A one pot meal is a great option. I wanted to stay true to Martha Stewart's One-Pan Pasta‘s basic recipe with minimal ingredients but tweak the flavor combination from Italy to Asia. From changing the pasta to soba and basil to cilantro it transforms into a new dish! I also added a few traditional Indian spices. Ultimately you’re left with the basic concept from the original recipe but a whole new flavor palate. It’s a relatively quick and easy recipe to make! The family enjoyed! Hope you enjoy it too. —One Mom One Meal
2 adults 2 kids
Soba Noodles (good quality)
Sam Marzano can crushed or diced tomatoes
Place the following ingredients in a large pot: canned tomato, coconut milk, finely sliced shallots, garam masala, ginger, cumin, garlic, juice of 2 limes and 1/2 cup water.
Give the mixture a stir.
Add in the soba delicately into the mixture. Ensure the soba is fully covered by the mixture.
Add a pinch of kosher salt and black pepper.
Bring pot to a boil while covered.
Check frequently and gently stir with tongs or a large wooden spoon to ensure noodles don’t stick together.
After mixture is boiling bring to medium to low heat and start timer at 2 minutes. Check noodles after 1 minute to see if cooked. If fully done turn off heat immediately. If not cook for another minute.
Serve pasta with sauce in deep bowl
Garnish with fresh cilantro, kosher salt, black pepper and fresh lime juice.