Spaghetti frutti di mare
- 400 g of spaghetti
- 150 g of chirlas
- 12 mussels
- 200 g peeled shrimp tails
- 2 crushed garlic cloves
- 150 ml olive oil
- Salt and pepper
- A little bit of fried tomato (optional)
1. In a casserole put to heat the oil. Once the oil is cooked, we will add the garlic so they cook without burning.
2. Add 3 teaspoons of the fried tomato and let it saute.
3. Next we add the prawns and sauté for 1 minute.
4. Add the chirlas and cook until they open.
5. Cook the steamed mussels very clean and remove the shells.
6. In a separate casserole we begin to cook the pasta, with a little oil and salt. When it is done we take it out and cool it under cold water.
7. Put the casserole where we had the prawns and chirlas back to the fire and add the drained spaghetti, let it sauté everything together a little over medium heat so that the spaghetti take on the flavor.
8. Finally, we salt and pepper the mussels without the shell. Let cook and serve.
We offer you Seafood Soup sold by Oblanca:
Nutrition & well-being
Nutritional Properties and Health Benefits
Most of them are healthy and suitable for our diet, they can even be of great help for diets in which we want to lose weight.
- Seafood is food with a high protein content, with a great satiating power and a very low caloric intake.
- Ideal also for athletes, as foods high in antioxidants, lean, high in protein and micronutrients such as potassium, iron and sodium that help the nervous and muscular system to function properly.
- They can also be consumed in hypertensive patients, although in many cases there are erroneous contradictions, it is an excellent option for their menus as they are lean foods and rich in potassium.
- In addition they are also a good option to treat or prevent anemia and to obtain a good calcium intake.