How to cook fettuccine shrimp/fish a la mediterraneenne
In summer time, we used to eat fresh garlic pasta, and I loved the strong aroma and taste of it.. This is an adaption of it, to make a whole healthy dish..
Shallots , garlic cloves, cayenne pepper, herbes de provence
Olive oil, mushrooms, white wine.
Cod filet, tilapia filet, cooked shrimp
Fish broth and veggie broth
Mix garlic and shallots
Here it is after ...
Add some of the tomatoes, to create a paste... That way the garlics don't over cook.. And u can feel the "rough" taste in the sauce
Cut fish into pieces
Add olive oil, and pan fried the fishes pieces
Remove the fish pieces
Add the garlic-shallots- tomatoes to the remaining of olive oil
Bring to high and let shimmer few minutes
Add both veggies and fishes broth, cayenne pepper to ur taste
Add a 1/2 glass of white wine
Mix together... Let reduce the sauce with wine for 6-7 min... Until you can't smell the alcohol..
Mix together, add the remaining of the tomato diced can
Cover for 10 min...
This is optional, but u can add few capers in the sauce.. This dish is meant to be strong in taste.. (Almost as much as garlic pasta) so the capers marry well..
Prepare ur fresh pasta
Bring the water to boil
Add a tad of olive oil
Add the cook shrimp to ur sauce, reduce the heat.. And cover.. This is mainly to heat the shrimp..
Add the fish pieces at the last minute. Turn off the heat and cover.
Let it cover just the time to cook your pasta.. The fish pieces will warming up.. And the sauce will be ready to use
Drain the water from the pasta
Add pasta in your plate
Cover with the sauce, my advice is not to mix the sauce and the pasta, as the fish pieces might "decomposed.."
Et voila!! Strong tasty garlicky fresh pasta!!
- Fresh tagliatelle
- Diced tomato can
- Cod filet
- Tilapia filet
- Cooked shrimp
- Olive oil
- Fish broth
- Vegetable broth
- White wine (optional)
- Capers (optional)