Squid Ink Seafood Pasta. Created by Spanish Chef Javier De La Hormaza. Sold to top Restaurants in UK. Save Time and Do Groceries Online Now.
If you're cooking fresh pasta, cook it just before your sauce and seafood. For the squid ink pasta, whisk the egg yolks, whole eggs and squid ink in a bowl to combine. Place the flour in a food processor and, with the motor running, add the liquid until it forms a dough. You can have Squid Ink Seafood Pasta using 13 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Squid Ink Seafood Pasta
- It’s of Tomato sauce.
- You need of Garlic.
- Prepare of red onion.
- You need of Ketchup.
- Prepare of lime.
- It’s of Black pepper.
- You need of Seafood.
- Prepare of shrimp.
- It’s of clams.
- Prepare of squid.
- It’s of Parmigiana.
- Prepare of Olive oil.
- You need of Salt.
Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Cook the pasta in a large pot of lightly salted water until it is al dente. Drain well, return to the pot along with. On another burner, start boiling a pot of water for the spaghetti.
Squid Ink Seafood Pasta instructions
- Prepare the tomato sauce on a pan. I let the it slowly cook for at least 20 minutes. I add salt, lime and black pepper as early on as possible to let the flavors mix..
- Prepare the seafood. I boiled the clams first in a pot, and cut all ingredients to be ready to be added into the tomato sauce..
- Add the seafood into the tomato sauce. Decorate with herbs..
- Serve with squid ink spaghetti (or any pasta of your choice). I know Italians would disapprove, but I like to add Parmigiana cheese on all pasta dishes… ;-).
Put those leftovers into a baggie and stick it in the freezer. A zester is a super handy tool – Use it for zesting the lemons in this recipe, or for grating cheese or nutmeg. Heat the oil in a pan and fry the garlic, chilli and tomato for one minute. Add the wine and cook until the sauce has reduced by half. Add the mussels and prawns and simmer gently in the sauce for.