Fusion,  Recipes

Ginger Coconut Spinach Linguine

imageIt’s really hard to get back to things after a very long break. This summer has been filled with many different exciting and entertaining events. Just finished up with my younger brothers wedding, also celebrated my sons 5th birthday, Janmashtami and Ganesh Chaturthi. The complete atmosphere was filled with lots of happiness and joy, family flying in from different parts of the world. Feasting on rich and authentic Gujarati, Punjabi and Italian food, dancing to a mix of music til the feet begin to ache. All said and done …there’s no better place like home and no better time than to spend it with the family!

Well, back to the norm and trying to get away from the super rich and heavy authentic Indian food for a bit ….only a short while. 🙂 Well, that’s exactly what this recipe calls for it’s super simple, but completely yam ma yam delicious Ginger Coconut Spinach Linguine. Italian food is one of my favorites, but this time I decided to give it a bit of twist and add in ingredients that are normally used in Asian cuisines like “ginger” and “coconut milk”.  This is a completely healthy and vegan dish.


It’s slightly sweet with a hint of gingerly spiciness, this green linguine is tossed in a smooth creamy coconut milk, spinach, ginger, garlic and pesto sauce. This pasta is made with an amazing flavor with a combination of Italian and Thai, but the best part is that it’s super fast to make and when all put together is completely out of this world and completely healthy!

Many people don’t like the flavor of coconut milk, but coconut milk is considered to be healthy. Yes, it contains fat …but I would consider it good fat unlike some other nuts. It’s nutritious and rich in vitamins and minerals. Many coconut products have become very versatile in cooking like coconut oil, coconut flour and coconut flakes. I not only use coconut for cooking, I use it to make many different kinds of drinks and smoothies.


Green linguine is a mix of two cultures it’s got pasta and pesto which is very commonly used in Italian cooking and then it’s got the Asian twist of coconut milk and ginger. When all these ingredients are combined together, it creates a super magical creamy smooth sauce that is irresistible. The best part of this green linguine is that when re-heated and eaten the next day ….it taste even more scrumptious! 🙂




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