Linguine Pasta with Lobster

Lobster pasta

Ingredients for 2 persons:

1 Lobster 350g

2 cloves of garlic

2 table-spoon of Olive oil

Parsley

Fresh chilli

1 glass of good dry Wine

1/4 teaspoon of salt

200g of Linguine pasta  ( we normally cook 300g because we love it 🙂 )

For the preparation:

Take the lobster  and  detach  the external parts of the body,  divide it on half  but save the claws apart. Take the claws and gently hit them so that you see little cracks, by doing this, you will get a lot of flavour from the inside of them while cooking. Take a pan put it on the highest heat and add olive oil  and the sliced garlic and cook  the garlic until it is  slightly golden  ( this will take about 2 minutes) after that add the lobster and the claws  and lower the heat to a medium. Cook the lobster and claws from both sides until the colour changes into  light orange (this will take about 5 minutes) after that   increase the heat to it’s maximum and add the salt and the glass of wine. Make sure that the wine is  nearly all evaporated and then turn the heat off. Now add the chopped chilli and  parsley and cover with the lead making sure the heat is off.

Take a boiling pan and add 2 liters( about 4 pints) of water and add 2 teaspoon of salt and let it boil, then add the linguine pasta and (make sure you  don’t cut it in half) it will be cooked  for about 9 minutes and make sure you cook it “al dente”. Once it is cooked you take 2 table-spoon of the water where the pasta cooked and add it in the pan, meanwhile drain the pasta and add it to the pan.  Once you have done this turn the heat on the higher heat and stir everything  for about 2 minutes and you are done.

Let me know if liked the recipe (or if you need an extra hand)

Buon Appetito!

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2 comments

  1. Very decadent, I have never actually cooked with lobster but am now feeling excited to give it a go!

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    1. Thank you for the nice words, please, let me know if you need any help with the recipe ☺

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