Spicy Seafood Pasta

01/04/2014
Spicy Seafood Pasta | This Spicy Seafood Pasta is packed full of flavour with juicy prawns and calamari in a rich tomato sauce with a kick of chilli and chopped basil. Gluten and dairy free too.

 

This Spicy Seafood Pasta is packed full of flavour with juicy prawns and calamari in a rich tomato sauce with a kick of chilli and chopped basil. Gluten and dairy free too.

 

This Spicy #Seafood #Pasta #recipe is packed full of flavour with juicy #prawns and #calamari in a rich tomato sauce with a kick of chilli and chopped basil. #Gluten and #dairy #free too. #syn #free on #slimming #world

I love seafood especially prawns.  Whenever we go out for a meal it is one of the first things that I look for on the menu closely followed by a steak. It has to be freshly cooked prawns though.  None of this already cooked and reheated until it tastes of fishy rubber that some places serve up! This Spicy Seafood Pasta dish is quick and easy to make plus it tastes ah-maze-ing.  The chilli gives off the right amount of heat and you get the lovely sweet and peppery taste from the fresh basil. If you are following the Slimming World diet then this is Syn Free providing you don’t use fresh pasta or olive oil.

 

This Spicy #Seafood #Pasta #recipe is packed full of flavour with juicy #prawns and #calamari in a rich tomato sauce with a kick of chilli and chopped basil. #Gluten and #dairy #free too. #syn #free on #slimming #world

 

Spicy Seafood Pasta

This Spicy Seafood Pasta is packed full of flavour with juicy prawns and calamari in a rich tomato sauce with a kick of chilli and chopped basil.  It’s also gluten and dairy free too.

Course Main Course
Cuisine Italian
Keyword Seafood
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 4 People
Author Denise

Ingredients

  • 4 Pieces Squid Sliced into rings
  • 225 G King Prawns Raw
  • 2 Cloves Garlic Minced
  • 1 Red Onion Finely Chopped
  • 1 400g Tinned Cherry Tomatoes
  • 1/4 Tsp Chilli Flakes
  • Salt & Pepper To Season
  • 1 Handful Basil Leaves Torn
  • 4 Sprays Spray Oil
  • 350 G Pasta

Instructions

  1. Spray your frying pan  with spray oil.

  2. Fry your chopped onion and chilli flakes over a medium-high heat until onions soften, then add your garlic ensuring it doesn't burn.
  3. Chuck in the squid and prawns, fry until they are cooked.
  4. Add the tinned tomatoes and season with salt and pepper, allow to simmer for 5 mins.
  5. Tear some basil leaves and put them into the tomato sauce just before the end of cooking.
  6. While this is cooking, boil your pasta as directed on the packet. Once cooked all dente, drain and season if required then place into a bowl and add your seafood sauce to the pasta.

Spicy Seafood Pasta | This Spicy Seafood Pasta is packed full of flavour with juicy prawns and calamari in a rich tomato sauce with a kick of chilli and chopped basil. Gluten and dairy free too.

This Spicy #Seafood #Pasta #recipe is packed full of flavour with juicy #prawns and #calamari in a rich tomato sauce with a kick of chilli and chopped basil. #Gluten and #dairy #free too. #syn #free on #slimming #world

Serve with a mixed salad.  Plus if you fancy it a bottle glass or two of wine.

 

You don’t just have to use prawns and squid, you could also add scallops, mussels or other seafood that takes your fancy. I used gluten free pasta but feel free to use normal pasta for this dish.

 

If you try out this recipe or anything else from my blog, I’d really love to hear any feedback!

 

If you are looking for other seafood dishes:

Prawn Dopiaza

Prawn Pad Thai

Kedgeree

 

This Spicy #Seafood #Pasta #recipe is packed full of flavour with juicy #prawns and #calamari in a rich tomato sauce with a kick of chilli and chopped basil. #Gluten and #dairy #free too. #syn #free on #slimming #world

 

 

 

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2 responses to “Spicy Seafood Pasta”

  1. I love Seafood so much! Adding this to my list of things to make x

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