Summertime is when seafood shines and a mouth-watering meal from your favorite ocean-side restaurant sounds better than ever. Summer is my favorite time of the year. The weekends are meant for rest and relaxation, and holidays like Fourth of July, are meant for vacations to the beach. Nothing sounds better to me in the summer than a meal that encapsulates the savory flavors of the sea. The best dish to make, whether you are on vacation or daydreaming about it, is a seafood pasta dish that packs the perfect hint of sea saltiness. Don’t forget, you don’t always need to be at the beach to eat like you are! Here is a recipe and “how to” for a squid ink seafood pasta dish.
Have you ever dreamt of visiting the sunny South of Italy? So have I. Although teleportation has still not been invented yet, this Limone Linguine Allo Scoglio (Lemon Linguine with Seafood) recipe is the closest you’re gonna get. The pasta’s citrus aroma will transport you straight to Southern Italy. Combined with the saltiness of the seafood, the delicate flavor of the Lemon Linguini is effortlessly complimented. Here I will share with you how to prepare your Limone Linguine Allo Scoglio.
Here is a creamy garlic pasta recipe I myself used last week for the first time. Other recipes have you use chicken broth, flour and butter... to me that can lead to the dish becoming too salty. I substituted these ingredients for heavy cream, Parmigiano Reggiano, and salt to taste. This way the saltiness of the dish is attributed to the quality of our PDO Parmigiano Reggiano, and if you prefer more salt you can adjust with a pinch here and a pinch there. Buon Appetito!