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Spaghetti with Mussels and Prawns

Spaghetti with mussels and prawns

Spaghetti with Mussels and Prawns:

 

Ingredients:

1:   1 kg Mussels (Vongole)
2:  200 g Prawns (with tail)
3:  1 Onion
4:  3 Cloves of Garlic
5:  200 g Polpo (Tomato pulp )
6:  Spaghetti (amount as desired)
7:  1 bunch of Parsley (fresh)
8:  1 Lemon (the juice of it)
9:  200 ml white Wine
10: Salt
11: Pepper
12: Olive Oil

 

Preparation:

1: For the Spaghetti with Mussels and Prawns, wash the mussels well, clean them and rinse the prawns briefly. Dice the onion and fry in olive oil.

2: Also cut the garlic into small pieces and add it. Deglaze with the white wine and let it boil down briefly. Add the polpa, salt and pepper.

3: Simmer for 10 minutes while cooking the spaghetti and chopping the parsley. Add the mussels and prawns to the sauce and cover and cook for a few minutes.

4: The clams should have opened. If there are any closed ones, stir to distribute the heat and put the lid back on for another minute.

5: Add parsley and lemon juice and mix. Serve with the pasta cooked al dente and serve the spaghetti with mussels and prawns.

Tip: Mussels that are still closed should not be opened with force and used for the Spaghetti with Mussels and Prawns!

 

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