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Salted Kelp Mushroom & Sausage Pasta

Salted Kelp Mushroom & Sausage Pasta

This is a large serving of pasta for one person. You can double up the ingredients to serve 2-3 persons.

Check out the step-by-step photos on the previous page.


  • 100g angel hair (or other favourite pasta)
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 75g button mushrooms cleaned with damp paper towel, then sliced thinly
  • 75g sausage sliced diagonally & thinly
  • 1 chilli (chilli padi, dry chilli or jalapeno) cut thinly; optional
  • 1 tbsp soba noodle sauce (tsuyu)
  • 10g salted kelp
  • 10g unsalted butter
  • pasta cooking water add 1 tbsp at a time as needed 
  • half bell pepper (capsicum) sliced thinly
  • freshly cracked black pepper
  • chopped spring onions (or parsley) for garnish


  1. Cook angel hair. Bring a small pot of water with 1 tsp salt added. When the water boils, cook the angel hair for about 30 seconds less than the packaging recommended time. Drain the noodles, and reserve a small cup of pasta cooking water.
  2. Cook mushroom & sausage. Heat oil in a large pan. Add button mushrooms and fry until just softened. Then add sausage and chilli; fry briefly until aromatic.
  3. Add noodles, soba sauce, kelp & butter. Mix everything well together, adding the reserved pasta water 1 tbsp at a time to bind the pasta together. Add bell peppers, turn off the heat, and mix the peppers evenly with the noodles.
  4. To serve, season with black pepper and garnish with chopped spring onions.

Cooking Note(s):

If you are using spaghetti instead of angel hair, undercook it by about 2 minutes from the recommended packaging cooking time.

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2 comments on “Salted Kelp Mushroom & Sausage Pasta”

  1. I would love to try the salted kelp. The pasta looks simple, yet very flavourful and tasty.

  2. The salted kelp and sausage add so much flavor to the pasta! The mushroom and pasta must have absorbed all these deliciousness. I have been adding sausage/hot dog to flavor up my egg frittata !

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