This is probably the easiest recipie in the world. Unless you really can't cook and/or you like to burn your food.
The happy thing about cooking seafood it's that it's super yummy. The sad bit? It can be expensive depending what you choose.
My mum actually taught me this dish but I seem to be better at it than her. Hah! Why, you might ask? Well, I decided that one has to put at least 3 or 4 different types of seafood in this dish.
Ok ok, that's why it's expensive.
This marinara is quite different from what we normally have in Melbourne. It's not cooked in Napoli sauce *I tried it that day, yuck* or cream. I'm lactose intolerant so I hate cream. So this dish is cooked in olive oil. Extra virgin, to be exact.
Why am I smirking? I'd better stop it. *smacks self*
Vat you need:
Lots of garlic, chopped finely
A few nice red chillies, seeds removed, chopped finely
Loose crab meat
Any other type of seafood
Pasta, preferbaly spagetthi
How now, brown cow?
*start cooking your pasta first!*
(I always forget this part and end up kicking myself)
1. Put in lots of olive oil.
2. Throw in garlic, chili and parsley and fry till fragrant.
3. Turn fire down to low and throw in all the seafood.
4. Remember to befriend your food. Talk to your seafood.
5. If mixture seems dry, add more olive oil.
6. Season with salt and pepper. Turn off fire.
7. Remove boiling pasta, place under cold water to prevent from sticking.
8. Under a super low fire, toss pasta and seafood evenly.
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