Squid Linguine

Frozen squid is more than good enough.

Recipe By: Torajiro Kuruma (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/62)
Serves 1 Prep: 5 min Cook: 12 min

Ingredients

Tesco prepared squid 5
Red chilli 1
Cherry tomatoes 8-10
Capers 1 tbsp
Anchovy fillets (finely chopped) 2
Garlic 1 clove
Fresh parsley heaps
Fish sauce (nam pla) 1 tbsp
Linguine 120g
White wine 2 tbsp

Method

1
This is Tesco prepared squid, 410g for £4. It says it's from the Indian ocean. Very handy to keep in the freezer.
2
Here are all the ingredients I used. Adding fish sauce gives the dish a seafood flavour.
3
Start cooking the linguine. Put salt 1-1.5% the amount of water (for example 10-15g salt for 1l water).
4
In a large frying pan, put 2 tbsp olive oil on medium heat and add the anchovy.
5
Add the squid and white wine when the anchovy starts crackling and cook for 1 minute.
6
Add the sliced garlic, chilli, capers, tomatoes and fish sauce. Tear the parsley by hand and throw into the pan.
7
Add two ladles of pasta water.
8
When the past is ready, add to the frying pan and mix very well for 1 minute to thoroughly combine with the sauce.
9
Put onto a serving plate. You're welcome to pour over some extra virgin olive oil but not cheese!

Tips & Note

●If you're lucky enough to have clams or muscles, you can add these at Step 6 and steam cook.
●Spaghetti is also fine, but for some reason, chefs seem to use linguine for seafood pasta dishes, so I did the same.

Squid Linguine

Frozen squid is more than good enough.

Recipe By: Torajiro Kuruma (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/62)

Serves 1

Prep: 5 min

Cook: 12 min

Ingredients

Tesco prepared squid 5
Red chilli 1
Cherry tomatoes 8-10
Capers 1 tbsp
Anchovy fillets (finely chopped) 2
Garlic 1 clove
Fresh parsley heaps
Fish sauce (nam pla) 1 tbsp
Linguine 120g
White wine 2 tbsp

Squid Linguine

Recipe ID :1729 Posted on 15 MAR 2016

Serves 1

Prep 5min
Cook 12min
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Frozen squid is more than good enough.

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5
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8-10
1 tbsp
2
1 clove
heaps
1 tbsp
120g
2 tbsp

Method

Prep
5min
Cook
12min
1
This is Tesco prepared squid, 410g for £4. It says it's from the Indian ocean. Very handy to keep in the freezer.
2
Here are all the ingredients I used. Adding fish sauce gives the dish a seafood flavour.
3
Start cooking the linguine. Put salt 1-1.5% the amount of water (for example 10-15g salt for 1l water).
4
In a large frying pan, put 2 tbsp olive oil on medium heat and add the anchovy.
5
Add the squid and white wine when the anchovy starts crackling and cook for 1 minute.
6
Add the sliced garlic, chilli, capers, tomatoes and fish sauce. Tear the parsley by hand and throw into the pan.
7
Add two ladles of pasta water.
8
When the past is ready, add to the frying pan and mix very well for 1 minute to thoroughly combine with the sauce.
9
Put onto a serving plate. You're welcome to pour over some extra virgin olive oil but not cheese!

Tips & Note

●If you're lucky enough to have clams or muscles, you can add these at Step 6 and steam cook.
●Spaghetti is also fine, but for some reason, chefs seem to use linguine for seafood pasta dishes, so I did the same.

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