Word Cup dishes: Pasta with courgettes and prawns


Recipe 68: I cooked this pasta long time ago for a dinner with an italian friend of mine, who for long time asked me if i knew this recipe. So i did it and i really think it’s quick to prepare and very nice to serve during the word cup matches.

Ingredients 3 people: garlic, 300gr pasta, 3 courgettes, a portion of king prawns already pilled (200-250 gr), white wine, salt, chilli and lemon if you like.

Put some olive oil in an hot pan and after then add some chilli and garlic cloves: you can crush them before to let them release more flavor, or they can be entire and you will take them out once they becomes goldish.

Cut the courgettes in fine slices and place them in the pan with the rest waiting for them to cook. In the meantime place some water for the pasta on the fire.

When the courgettes will be a bit cooked you can add the prawns and some withe wine to cook them better and giving them a bit more taste. Put the pasta in the water as soon as this boil, and wait for 8 minutes for it too cook. In the meantime, keep on mixing the rest of the ingredients in the pan, until well cooked and a bit more colored.

When the pasta will be ready, just drain it and place the pasta in the pan. Mix all and serve on plates with some extravirgin olive oil. We don’t use to put any Parmesan on pasta with fish, because to strong and dangerous for the fish taste.

Buon appetito!

PS. Mamy finalemente ho fatto la pasta che tanto mi chiedva Anna. Zucchine e gamberetti sembra essere un’accoppiata vincente ed in effetti stanno bene insieme. Forse avendoli ci avrei aggiunto i fiori di zucchina, ma qua e’ impossibile trovarli. Comunque un’altra pasta per un’altra partita e dita incrociate.

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