Inspired by: Fresh seafood from fishmonger.
Seafood: Clean the shrimp, but leave the shells on. Slice the calamari. Cut the mahi-mahi in cubes. Scrub the small claims clean. Cut the scallops in half.
Garlic: Chop the garlic in small pieces (not finally chopped you want to be able to bite on it). Roast the garlic until golden brown. Add salt at the end of the roasting process.
Fresh tomatoes: Chop the fresh whole tomatoes including all seeds.
Fettuccine: According to package instructions, cook the fettuccine minus 2 minutes.
You must have all the ingredients ready to assemble before cooking the fettuccine. The pasta will continue to cook, after the meal is assembled, in the frying pan. By having all ingredients ready to go you will avoid the pasta to cool off and damage your meal.
Which dry pasta to buy: Store brand pastas (the cheap ones) and the main brand pastas (which cost up to double the price) have mainly one difference. The forgiveness when you overcook the pasta. For this recipe buy the good main brand fettuccine.
Add 2 tbsp. of olive oil to the large hot frying pan before adding the cooked fettuccine.
Quickly add the tomatoes and chilies, on top of the fettuccine.
Squeeze lemon on top of the seafood. Carefully arrange the seafood on top of the tomatoes and chilies.
Add soy sauce and olive oil to the large frying pan containing all the ingredients to taste.
Tightly seal the frying pan with aluminium foil.
Cook on medium heat for 15 minutes. Turn the pan around every 5 minutes to make sure you even up any hot spots in the pan.
Cut open the aluminium foil. Keep the heat on medium or move to high if you see too much liquid in the pan. Add the garlic and herbs. Stir to combine all the ingredients turn off the heat and your pasta is ready.
Serving suggestions: Light red wine.
This recipe does not take into consideration for any possible food allergy, digestive problems or any other physical problem one may have regarding consumption of food. Therefore, you are responsible for what you eat.
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