Caledonian recipes: Pasta allo scoglio

What do New Caledonians cook? Overview of recipes based on local products with a 100% digital “Bon Ap'” series. Lorraine, a young New Caledonian who lived in Italy for six years, will show us her recipe for seafood spaghetti.

Direction Italy with Lorraine, although the recipe is not Caledonian, we all know that Caledonians are very fond of fish and shellfish, but also pasta. So that’s a recipe for seafood spaghetti, called ” Pasta allo scoglio “What Lorraine is going to make for us, and you will have understood it, everyone will be able to revisit it in their own way by adding the seafood that we have locally and that we are used to consuming in Caledonia.

The word spaghetti comes from the Arabic language and means thread Where cord. The first consumers of what is more commonly known as “noodles” were the Greeks, Romans and Arabs. In Italy, they are prepared according to various traditional recipes, often accompanied by a tomato sauce and sprinkled with grated cheese. In other countries, spaghetti is also prepared according to several recipe variants, often dictated by the simple search for originality, locally we also have our little spaghetti recipes.

  1. Boil the water and add salt to it, when it boils add the spaghetti
  2. Heat the olive oil in a pan
  3. When the pan is hot, add your garlic cloves
  4. Then add the shellfish to the same pan
  5. Wash it all down with a splash of white wine
  6. When the alcohol has evaporated, add the chopped tomatoes
  7. Add the parsley during cooking
  8. Add the drained spaghetti to the fish and shellfish in the pan
  9. Mix it all and the recipe is ready.

Enjoy your lunch!

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