Tinapa and Truffle Yellow Soy Bean Pasta

This Tinapa and Truffle Yellow Soybean pasta is a gourmet pasta dish that tastes absolutely amazing while secretly being healthy!

Tinapa and Truffle Yellow Soy Bean Pasta

Hi guys! Hope you had a great Easter and is ready for the rest of the year with new hope, love, and happiness. Forgive me from my mini vacation from the blog because I was quite busy getting ready with our family getaway and Twinkle’s Pineapple Party (which I have yet to share with you, btw). After that came the Holy Week…and everything was put on pause — even the Low Carb Intermittent Fasting Diet I was planning on.

Anyway, even before Twinkle’s Pineapple Party, I started preparing low carb and healthier meals for the family again. It stopped during the holidays and continued until the first quarter of the year because, well, we love to eat. But clothes started getting tighter and sugars are becoming high…it’s about time we go back to healthier eating and this time I promise not to go back to super unhealthy eating and indulging every day.

Tinapa and Truffle Yellow Soy Bean Pasta

I wanted to do the Low-Carb diet but not the hardcore one wherein you can only eat eggs, meat, and seafood all of the time. Although I’ve heard a lot about it, I also want to somehow be balanced and have the liberty to eat a little bit of everything — especially pasta… because we love pasta.

The past lent, I was able to cook two pasta dishes using 7 Grains Yellow Soybean Protein Pasta.

We’ve been loving this Yellow Soybean Protein Pasta from 7 Grains Pantry because it’s low calories, has lower carbs than traditional pasta, rich in fiber, and high in proteins. Also, it’s just made with organic yellow soybean and water. No preservatives and other chemicals plus it’s easy to cook pa because it’s cooked al dente in five minutes. What’s not to love, diba?

Tinapa and Truffle Yellow Soy Bean Pasta

To make this Tinapa and Truffle Yellow Soybean Pasta is really simple. You just have to sauté the garlic in olive oil until fragrant. Add the tinapa and shiitake mushrooms and sauté  for another 30 seconds. Add the cooked Yellow Soybean Pasta  and season with salt and pepper to taste. Make sure to taste first because sometimes, the saltiness of the tinapa is enough and you don’t have to add salt anymore. Turn off heat and add the truffle oil. You can add as little or as much as you want depending on how much you love truffle. It may be just a few drops or a tablespoon. Give the pasta a little toss and it’s ready for serving! This is healthy and delicious at the same time. If you don’t have the truffle oil, you can leave it and add chili or pesto — it’ll taste absolutely amazing as well.

If you’d like to try this Yellow Soybean Pasta, you may order at 7 Grains Pantry Facebook Page. Just send the a message and they will reply immediately. You’ll also find many healthy and delicious products if you browse through their page.

For now, I’ll leave you with the recipe below. Stay tuned, I have one more recipe coming next.



Tinapa and Truffle Yellow Soy Bean Pasta

  • Author: Peachy Adarne


  • 1/2 box (around 100g) 7 Grains Organic Yellow Soybean Protein Pasta, cooked according to package direction


  1. Heat olive oil in a skillet and sauté garlic until fragrant.


  1. Add the tinapa and the shiitake mushrooms and cook for 30-seconds


  1. Add the cooked Yellow Soybean Protein Pasta and mix well.


  1. Season with salt and pepper to taste.


  1. Turn off heat and drizzle with truffle oil and give it another toss.


  1. Transfer to your serving plate and sprinkle with parmesan cheese and chopped parsley before serving.


The nutrition information provided are only estimates based on an online nutritional calculator. I am not a certified nutritionist. Please consult a professional nutritionist or doctor for accurate information and any dietary restrictions and concerns you may have.

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25 Responses

  1. Wow this is easy pero ang sosyal tingnan. Much better than just putting Spanish sardines in pasta ?

  2. Wow! Thanks sa recipe momsh.
    Sarap to iprepare pqg kunpleto yung family. Medyo mahal lang ingredients momsh nu? Hehe. Kaya ko kaya to gawin haha. Madalas wala lasa gawa ko.haha

  3. Kagutom momshie ?? salamat sa rexipe.. Itry ko ito lutuin ngayng may may swimming kami ??

  4. Gusto ko to matry organic pa yung pasta tapus sa huli ypu can put parmesan ? lalong sasarap

  5. oo nga mommy, masarap eto , will check ko sa page nila. Will do our best to eating healthy meals talaga esp for the kids. Ang dali lang din sundan recipe na to, super helpful kasi magandang guide narin. Mas ok eto unlike din sa what i tried before na more on meat, seafoods and always egg ako since mahal ang mga nauna to maintain haha. I love pasta too ❤️

  6. That looks so good!!!! I need to look for soybean pasta.. I don’t think I have ever seen them at my store. They look delicious!!

  7. Everyone needs some break from blogging from time to time. I love this pasta, as I’m a true pasta lover! Can’t wait to try this recipe out and to surprise my family and friends. 🙂

  8. Oh…how I love pasta for lunch meals! Your soybean pasta recipe looks so delicious especially with the cheese topping and parsley garnish. Now I want some pasta !

  9. My partner loves pasta and I’m sure this one will also be a hit in our home. Sarap! Thanks for sharing this easy recipe that we can try.

  10. This dish looks so delicious! Home cooking noodles like this is seriously the best.

  11. This is the first time that i have heard of yellow pasta. It looks so hood and I bet it was delicious. There is no way it could not have veen.

  12. this looks amazing! I have been trying to get the fam to try soy pasta…maybe this will help!

  13. Your pasta is soon Pinoy! Tinapa is one of the local’s staple and who would know it can be use for pasta. Genius!

  14. Looks delicious at the same time perfect protein dinner. I will try to check here for soy bean pasta. Perfect meal any day.

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I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →






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