Seafood Pasta Recipe
David Scott AllenFish & SeafoodMain CourseProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Simple Mediterranean-Inspired Seafood Pasta Recipe

A recent trip to Sicily, Italy influenced this seafood pasta recipe. Although Italy is the birthplace of pasta, “typical” foods of the Mediterranean do not have any borders anymore, and it is quite common to find pasta on restaurant menus in Provence

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Spaghetti Citrus Cream Sauce
David Scott AllenMain CourseProvencal RecipesTaste: Food & Drink

Spaghetti with a Citrus Cream Sauce

The spaghetti sauce is a light cream and wine base with citrus (orange and lemon). The dish is easy to make and a refreshing change to tomato sauce. Think about making this when the citrus starts appearing in the Provencal markets near to Christmas or perhaps to celebrate the annual Menton Fête du Citron in February.

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Seafood Pasta Provence Wine Château d’Esclans Cuvée: Garrus
Provence WineZineTaste: Food & DrinkWines and Spirits of Provence

Seafood Pasta and Provencal Wine Pairings

By David Scott Allen We were gifted this bottle of wine; après tout, wines of this caliber are not in my normal wine budget. It is such a special bottle that it actually made me nervous when it came to pairing it with food. I fretted for weeks about the menu. …

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Squid Ink Pasta With Squid and Rosé
Cook'n with ClassFish & SeafoodMain CourseProvencal Recipes

Squid Ink Pasta with Squid

This Squid Ink Pasta with fresh squid and tomatoes is a striking main course. The black pasta, red tomatoes and squid are a wonderful savoury combination. Enjoy any time of year.

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Chef Jan Hendrik's Langoustine Cannelloni Recipe
Fish & SeafoodMain CourseTaste: Food & Drink

Michelin Star Chef Jan Hendrik’s Langoustine Cannelloni Recipe

This recipe has a few steps, although none are too complicated. You need to make sure there is enough time to freeze the cannelloni thoroughly before cooking, so best done the day before. Enjoy the combination of citrus and shellfish.

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