Italian Frutti Di Mare Recipe On Linguini


This is the Bald Chefs recipe for seafood in a marinara sauce served on Linguini pasta. For more great Italian recipes http://www.baldchef.com/italian-frutti-di-mare-recipe-on-linguini/This is a great Italian seafood dish better known as Frutti Di Mare, This dish features Shrimp, Calamari, Clams,Mussels, and lobster in a spicy Italian marinara sauce. This Frutti Di Mare is served on fresh egg Linguini. The Bald Chef will show you how to cook this Italian seafood recipe dish step by step.This is probably my favorite Italian seafood recipe served on pasta, give this a try and I’m sure you will never go wrong.

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  1. Mr. Bald Chef. I made this dish a year ago come December, so you as well as this dish has been on my mind. I scrolled through the comments to find what it was I wrote you last year and you had asked me for a review that I never gave. I apologize for that and I will give you that review now. I never would have thought to add pesto to my sauce before, but what a flavor enhancer it was. The pesto changed the whole dynamic of the flavor of the sauce and I was very impressed by it. I put the white wine in with only the clams as I do not care for mussels. After adding the clams in the sauce and then bringing them to the table to eat them, you could still taste the white wine in the meat of the clams. I could go on and on about this dish from the boiling water, to the seafood, to the sauce etc.  and occupy your time, but I will say this. I’ve watched a lot of cooking shows, read a lot of cooking magazines, and have watched a lot of cooking videos here on youtube. Some of the dishes I attempted to make, and when I was done with them they didn’t look anything like what they should have looked like and I wasn’t impressed with the taste. This recipe is as good as it looks! This dish is booming with flavor and is the best recipe I’d ever seen through media before. So if you youtuber’s out there haven’t tried this delicious dish yet, you’re doing yourself a great injustice. Mr. Bald Chef, thank you again for posting this on youtube!

  2. I cooked this today for Valentines Day it was delicious about 2 weeks ago I ordered this at the resteraunt I payed $25.00 for one plate It only cost me About $40.00 to make enough for about 5 large servings well worth making it homemade thank you Bald Chef!

  3. This is one of my favorite ways to eat pasta, so I’m definitely gonna teach myself this dish soon. I had a question, though…one of the types of seafood I’m going to use is Scallops…would it be wise to sear them first and then throw them in at the last minute for the last little bit of cooking or should I just throw them in the sauce first thing? I just want to get the maximum flavor possible from them. The other seafoods I want to use are chunks of salmon and shrimp, btw.

  4. Great recipe ! I understand that sand can be a concern, but water is an absolute “no no”. Both clams and muscles have a liquor inside that you totally dilute when added to water. A thorough rinse would eliminate any risk of sand in the dish. Neither clams or mussels have sand inside of them. but if you must boil them first at the very least use wine. You spend a lot of money for the flavor to just throw it away in water.

  5. This is the Bald Chefs recipe for seafood in a marinara sauce served on Linguini pasta. For more great  Italian recipes http://www.thebaldchef.net/italian-recipes.php  This is a great  Italian seafood dish better known as Frutti Di Mare, This dish features Shrimp,  Calamari, Clams,Mussels, and lobster in a spicy Italian marinara sauce. This Frutti Di Mare is served on  fresh egg Linguini. The Bald Chef will show you how to cook this Italian seafood recipe dish step by step.This is probably my favorite Italian seafood recipe served on pasta, give this a try and I’m sure you will never go wrong.

  6. Hi Bald Chef!! I just had a quick question for you. The sauce you use I know of very well, but what did you use? Did you use Tuttorosso’s sauce? Tuttorosso puree? etc. Also the wine you used, was a chardonnay? I’m very particular as to what wine I use in my food, because each brand of wine has it’s own flavor. I’m just curious as to what brand you used. I’m going to try this dish this weekend, so I hope to hear back from you soon. Grazie e auguri!

  7. I love this recipe, it looks delizioso! My question is this. I noticed that you put the lobster tails in first, because you said they take the longest to cook. How long are you cooking them for, before you add everything else, and the entire dish is complete. Thank you! Alberto

  8. May have to make this for Sunday Dinner!  Looks great chef! Ive only made it twice before, the only differences (grammas old recipe) is i leave out the calamari, fry some garlic w that onion, and i quarter the lobster tails and add some red pepper flake to the tomato sauce

  9. This is the Bald Chefs recipe for seafood in a marinara sauce served on Linguini pasta. For more great  Italian recipes http://www.thebaldchef.net/italian-recipes.php  This is a great  Italian seafood dish better known as Frutti Di Mare, This dish features Shrimp,  Calamari, Clams,Mussels, and lobster in a spicy Italian marinara sauce. This Frutti Di Mare is served on  fresh egg Linguini. The Bald Chef will show you how to cook this Italian seafood recipe dish step by step.

  10. Essendo siciliano mio naano mi ha insegnato a fare questo piatto quando io come solo un bambino. Grazie per la condivisione. Mi piace guardare cucinare, grazie Chef!

  11. just a quick question: i’m always putting mussels/clams directly into the sauce in order to keep their juices. if you cook them separately and add them to your sauce afterwards, isn’t that a loss, tastewise?

  12. I am glad you found this Italian Frutti Di Mare Recipe to your liking. If you love seafood, as you now know this is an outstanding sauce for Pasta. And the Basil does kick up the dish. Thanks for giving this recipe a try, and I am so pleased that you enjoyed it. Cheers!

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