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Calamarata with royal perch and cherry tomatoes

Calamarata with royal perch and cherry tomatoes

Calamarata with royal perch and cherry tomatoes

Chef: Giorgio Barchiesi (Giorgione)

Difficulty: Easy

Time: 10 min of preparation, 21 min of cooking

Ingredients

  • 400 g of calamarata
  • 300 g of perch fillets
  • 200 g of cherry tomatoes
  • 4 cloves of garlic flavored hot pepper
  • 1 sprig of parsley
  • coarse salt
  • White wine
  • extra virgin olive oil

Preparation

Calamarata, a type of pasta that takes its name from the ring-like format of the squid, takes several minutes to cook - about sixteen -, so the first thing to do is bring the water to the boil, pour the salt and throw the calamarata ... the smucinatina is inevitable. At this point, without delay, in a pan we put a generous dose of oil - useless that with the spout of the bottle we go to make "cip cip" and skimp because you have to season the pasta! -, three poached garlic steaks deprived only of the lower part, our flavored chilli pepper - we take a little to do a thrilling thing - and while everything is browning, split the tomatoes in half and arrange them in a pan with the cut part facing down, in contact with the heat of the flame. Immediately the fire must be lively to make a nice sauce. Remember that this fish has a very delicate flavor and should be flavored a little; then we season with another sprinkling of chilli pepper, add the perch fillets over the cherry tomatoes, season with a little oil, again a "cincinin" of chilli pepper and coarse salt. With a few parsley leaves and a clove of garlic we make a beaten which is finer and better; we put some in the sauce immediately and bathe it with a central shade of vinosity. We leave to cook for five minutes and as soon as the calamarata is ready we drain it and dip it in a pan with the fish and cherry tomatoes. We keep to tie everything together, pour the chopped parsley and garlic as if it were raining, we serve and complete with a drizzle of raw oil. At this point I see absolutely necessary having to sacrifice myself for a test ... Enjoy your meal! Did you like the calamarata recipe with royal perch and Giorgione cherry tomatoes? Discover all the other first fish dishes!

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