Garlic Soy Butter Pasta with Mushrooms

Garlic Soy Butter Pasta with Mushrooms


Garlic Soy Butter Pasta

The Lowdown:

A delicious Japanese fusion pasta recipe that you can throw together in 15 mins - perfect for a quick weeknight dinner. The sauce only really needs common ingredients in your kitchen like garlic, light soy sauce and butter, and you can change up the toppings to whatever you like. 

It's highlyyy addictive, don't say we didn't warn ya!

In this recipe, we used mixed mushrooms (Swiss Browns and Oyster Mushrooms). We love how the texture of the mushrooms absorb all that delicious sauce.

So easy to make, cooks quickly and doesn't require any fancy ingredients - it's definitely a keeper!


Garlic Soy Butter Pasta


(Serves two)

Spaghetti enough for two

400g mushrooms (button, swiss brown, oyster, shimeiji)
1 tbsp olive oil
3 tbsp unsalted butter
3-4 garlic cloves, chopped/pressed 
2 tbsp light soy sauce
2 tbsp mirin
1 tsp dashi powder (optional)



  1. Slice the mushrooms or tear them into smaller pieces.
  2. Sauté them in some olive oil till they start to soften.
  3. Add the chopped/pressed garlic to the pan and sauté till fragrant.
  4. Throw in the butter.
  5. Add the light soy sauce, mirin and dashi powder to the pan.
  6. Stir the mushrooms in the sauce together and let it simmer for 1-2 mins.
  7. Boil some water to cook the pasta (remember to salt it generously).
  8. Add spaghetti in and cook till just before al dente (we want to allow some time for the pasta to cook in the sauce later).
  9. Once done, add the spaghetti into the sauce and toss together to combine.
  10. Add in about ⅓ cup of pasta cooking water to the pan and keep tossing to let the flavours of the sauce absorb into the pasta. 
  11. If it's too dry, simply add more pasta cooking water, a tbsp at a time. 
  12. Keep tossing the pasta in the sauce for 3-5 mins.
  13. The desired consistency should be a luscious silky buttery sauce that clings to the pasta noodles. 
  14. Once you reach this stage, dish out and enjoy immediately (because pasta waits for no man).


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