Traditional Italian seafood pasta – Linguine scoglio

Traditional Italian seafood pasta (linguine scoglio)

Seafood pasta has been part of the Italian traditional cuisine for centuries. Seafood consumption was widespread throughout the Mediterranean area. We have news that Romans ate a lot of fish, which was considered as one of the most elegant dinner meals. There are several seafood pasta recipes.

This is the recipe of Italian Seafood Linguine, the traditional Italian pasta which has always managed to capture the taste of the Mediterranean Sea.

Italian Seafood Linguine

Italian Seafood Linguine

Saucy and flavorful, this pasta recipe tastes best in pair with a glass of white wine. It will transport you right in a seaside resort, or along the elegant beaches of the Mediterranean coast.

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 50 minutes

Yield: 4 servings

Nutrition Information:
  • 20 grams of fat
  • 1 lb linguine
  • 1 lb mussels
  • 3 1/2 baby squids
  • 1 oz tomato paste
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • salt to taste
  • 1 table-spoon extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 lb clams
1. Clean the baby squid, make sure to remove the skin and ink sacks. Remove the beak, which is located in the center of the tentacles, then remove the eyes. Slice the bodies and tentacles in little tiny pieces. Rinse clams and mussels under running water. 2. Place a pan over low-medium heat. Add the extra-virgin olive oil. Add the clove of garlic. Add the tomato paste, then cook for a couple of minutes, adding next the squids and mussels and clams. Meanwhile, cook the pasta in a pot of salted water. Cook for the amount of time indicated on the box, then toss with the seafood sauce. Serve immediately.

Seafood pasta with white wine

When you are about to prepare a seafood pasta recipe, make sure that you have a dry white wine. We suggest Pinot Grigio, due to its moderate alcohol content. If you like sparkling wine, you can choose Prosecco, a white wine grape variety that tastes sweet and couples well with seafood meals, too.