Easy Clam and Scallop Pasta

Let’s make pasta 😄

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Onions, tomatoes, garlic and scallops

Clams, cooked pasta of choice ( i used linguine), butter and lemon

Clams, cooked pasta of choice ( i used linguine), butter and lemon

Sauté onions in butter until soft. Add tomatoes and cook until wilted. Add garlic and stock. (You may use a seafood stock if available or you may use chicken stock, as well)

Sauté onions in butter until soft. Add tomatoes and cook until wilted. Add garlic and stock. (You may use a seafood stock if available or you may use chicken stock, as well)

Add the scallops in the pan and cook halfway through.

Add the scallops in the pan and cook halfway through.

Add the cooked clams and stir to combine.

Add the cooked clams and stir to combine. Adjust seasoning with salt and pepper.

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Add the cooked pasta and stir to heat and combine. Squeeze lemon juice and sprinkle with parsley. Serve hot. Rule of thumb is not to put parmesan cheese on any seafood pasta, but hey! If you like it with cheese, Go for it! 😄 I personally like mine with a bit of cheese. Season to your liking.

ENJOY!!!

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Easy Clam and Seafood Pasta:

1     onion, chopped

1    tomato, chopped

2    garlic cloves, chopped

1    cup, chicken broth (1 cube chicken boullion and 1 cup water)

1.5   pounds scallops

1  pound clams

500 grams cooked pasta of choice

parmesan cheese (optional)

oile oil to drizzle on top

salt and pepper to taste

 

Food nourishes the body as God’s Word nourishes the soul.

 

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2 comments
  1. Pao said:

    Oh gosh, this looks wonderful.

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