Seafood Linguine

This flavorful seafood linguine is a perfect dish for dinner. It can also be served as a side dish to grilled pork or beef steak. Add your preferred seafoods – squids, prawns, and scallops. Add Calabrian chili sauce and other seasonings to add more flavor to this dish.


• 50-70 grams linguine
• salt to taste
• 2 tbsp olive oil
• 2 small squids (finely sliced)
• 2 scallops (sliced)
• 3-4 small prawns (deveined, peeled)
• 1 tbsp chopped garlic
• a small pinch of capers
• 1 tbsp Calabrian chili sauce
• 2 anchovies
• 3 cherry tomatoes (halved)
• a little splash of white wine
• some chopped parsley


Cook 70 grams of linguine until al dente.
Strain water and set aside linguine.

Set a non-stick frying pan over medium-high heat.
Add 2 tbsp of olive oil and warm it up.
Add 3-4 small deveined and peeled prawns.
Cook for a minute until color changes.
Add 1 tbsp of chopped garlic, 1 tbsp of Calabrian chili sauce, a small pinch of capers, and 2 anchovies.
Toss to combine.
Add halved cherry tomatoes and finely sliced squids.
Toss to combine.
Add a little splash of white wine.
Let it boil.
Add the scallops and cooked linguine.
Toss to combine.
Transfer to a plate.
Garnish with chopped parsley.
Serve and enjoy!

Seafood Linguine
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