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Old 02-26-2014, 08:11 PM   #1
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JJR4884 - Frutti di Mare

Wow.... been a couple years since I've done this. Decided with spring fever, its time to make something fresh and with seafood... A LOT of seafood. Went to the market right after the gym and just grabbed whatever.

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2lb roma tomatoes, cubed
3 gloves garlic, chopped
1 leek, sliced
baby bok choy




1/2lb swordfish, cubed
1/2lb halibut, cubed
3 jumbo shrimp, raw
6 littlenecks
bay scallops
seafood stock




sauteed leeks in 2tbsp of olive oil for 5 min, added garlic then sauteed for another several minutes



turned heat up to med-high and added tomatoes



after 30 min or so, added the can of seafood stock once the tomatoes were easily "crush-able" and a good amount of liquid came out, simmer for another 15 min or so, you need to taste it and make sure it isn't still acidic from the tomatoes



once the acidity is gone, added the clams first for 5 min, sorry for the pic, steaaaaaaaaaaam



added the swordfish, halibut, and shrimp for 3 or so minutes



added sea scallops and boy choy for 2-3 min then shut the heat off



Finish off with some salt and pepper to taste, you get a good amount of flavor from the shellfish



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Old 02-27-2014, 12:28 AM   #2
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Very nice! That looks delicious.
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Lost me at the swordfish big sexy. Nasty f***in creature. The rest looks mighty tasty though.
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Old 05-20-2014, 09:58 PM   #4
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I like making a frutti di mare linguini, not a fan of marinara (acid) so I go with a cream sauce. Shrimp, Lobster, Sardines, Squid or octopus, Scallops, Clams (razor and littleneck).
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I like making a frutti di mare linguini, not a fan of marinara (acid) so I go with a cream sauce. Shrimp, Lobster, Sardines, Squid or octopus, Scallops, Clams (razor and littleneck).
I don't mind a nice red sauce (most of the time it's too acidic) but I do like a light cream sauce, a pink sauce, or even a clam sauce.
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I'll eat a red sauce and enjoy it, like a nice ragu but if given the choice will go with the ones you mentioned above. I also like a simple olive oil and garlic sauce on my pasta.
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Old 05-21-2014, 12:46 PM   #7
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little delay on the responses guys LOL

this was just a healthier version, aka no pasta.... it wasn't acidic at all, just need to cook the tomatoes long enough
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