1. First boil the water in the pot where you are going to cook the pasta. Add a little cooking oil and salt to this water. (The cooking oil is to prevent the pasta from sticking together when it is picked up)
2. When the water comes up, add the pasta and cook for about 10-15 minutes until the pasta "al dente" (meaning the pasta is cooked but still a little harder)
3. Chop the garlic and the onion into small pieces and set aside. If the seafood you bought is not cut well, cut it into chunks.
4. Pour a little oil in the wok and add the chopped garlic. Then add honey.
5. Pour the seafood when the honey has melted a little, stir-fry quickly on high heat and then set aside.
6. Set aside the cooked pasta to control the water.
7. Add cooking oil to the wok and add the chopped onions until the onions are yellow or soft.
8. When the onions are ready, put the pasta directly in the wok. Turn on the heat to let the excess water in the wok boil dry
9. Add seafood
10. Add light cream. According to personal taste, you can add a little cheese in this step. After putting it in, turn on high heat again until the pasta becomes thick.
11. carry out! You can sprinkle a little coriander on top
The pasta is best not to be too soft, otherwise it will break during frying. Don’t put it in the pasta and leave it alone. Be sure to stir it occasionally with a fork or chopsticks to prevent the noodles from sticking to the pan. If the seafood is not thawed properly, it will be in the fifth step. There is a lot of water, it's okay! Pour the water out and put it aside (because the seafood has a strong flavor, don't waste it). Wait until the ninth part, then pour it in and then boil it dry with the whipped cream.