Traditional Linguine Ai Frutti Di Mare Recipe
Linguine ai Frutti Di Mare Recipe
In Italian, Linguine ai Frutti di Mare literally means “Linguine to fruits of the sea”. The “Fruit of the Sea” refers to clams, muscles, calamari rings… and anything other “fruits of the sea” of the Mediterranean. However, clams are an absolute staple of this recipe and are simply a must have! Buona appetito.
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Linguine ai Frutti Di Mare Recipe Description
This linguine ai frutti di mare recipe is made with linguine pasta. However, other common versions of this recipe use spaghetti pasta, bucatelli pasta or other types of pasta lunga or “long pasta”. Therefore pasta corta like elbow pasta or penne pasta are not appropriate for a pasta ai frutti di mare recipe.
Al dente pasta delicately intertwined with an opulent medley of impeccably sourced seafood, bathed in a luscious tomato sauce, adorned with aromatic herbs for a sublime, ocean-inspired culinary experience.
Linguine ai Frutti di Mare Recipe Ingredients
Pasta (linguine or spaghetti)
Seafood mix (muscles, calamari, squid, prawns)
Tomato sauce, olive oil
Salt and pepper
Granulated garlic, oregano, parsley, onion
Linguine ai Frutti di Mare Kitchen Tools
Strainer (for pasta)
Pot (for pasta)
Skillet (for prawns)
Linguine ai Frutti Di Mare Cooking Directions
Start by cooking the pasta. After the pasta is cooked put it in the ice bath to stop the cooking process. (Set aside).
Prepare the seafood mix. Coat the skillet with olive oil. Add a minced red onion to the top of the skillet. When the onions caramelize and brown you can add the fresh seafood mix to the pan. Toss for a couple of minutes on a low flame until it begins to brown.
After the cooking process take the cooked pasta and place it in the skillet with the tomato sauce. Allow the pasta to heat with the seafood and tomato sauce over a medium flame. Toss them all together to make sure the ingredients blend together and unify.
Serve and enjoy this linguine ai frutti di mare recipe with a side of your choice. Considering the clams and seafood of this pasta you can enjoy this with a glass of white wine from the Italian country side.