Linguine with swordfish, capers and tomatoes Pachino. Still a fish pasta dish, ready in a few minutes with all the scents of Sicily. With undisguised pride I tell you that the Straits swordfish is not fighting, the rest of the swordfish is a Messina tradition and gives its best when combined with tomato sauce. Do you offer this dish to friends and you will see that it will be thrilled. If you like pasta with seafood try the one at lemon salmon, pistachios and chives, the paccheri pasta with tuna sauce and Mint, the Aeolian tuna pasta, the fusilloni with swordfish, Eggplant and fennel, pasta with tuna sauce, onions and olives, pasta with anchovy pesto, citrus and pine nuts, spaghetti with squid sauce and almonds, the linguine with squid ink. the spaghetti with clams and many other pasta dishes with fish.
360 grams of linguine
250 grams of swordfish in one slice
15 cherry tomatoes
a handful of capers desalted
extra virgin olive oil, to taste
salt and pepper
two cloves of garlic
50 ml white wine
Finely chop the garlic and parsley. Wash the tomatoes and cut them in half. Remove swordfish the outer skin and any excess bone and cut into small cubes (not too small). Put the oil and garlic in a pan and sauté over a very low heat without making it take color. Add the tomatoes and capers Brown for five minutes: the tomatoes must not dispose entirely.
Add half the parsley and season with salt and pepper. Deglaze with white wine over high heat. Finally, always on high heat, Add the cubes of swordfish and toss for a minute.
Boil the pasta in salted water and drain it al dente, putting aside cooking water. Stir the pasta with the sauce, by adding, If necessary, some of the cooking water. Add the remaining parsley and serve immediately.
MATCHING: A Rosé of Veneto is our suggestion in this recipe. The freshness of the sword, the flavor of capers and the acidity of the cherry tomato sauce are combined with a Bardolino Chiaretto Doc and, in particular, to the one produced by the company Aldo Adami: smells of exotic fruits, its taste is mellow and balanced, Thanks to a moderate alcohol content (12% vol).