Nero di seppia recipie

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  1. keith grima

    keith grima

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    Hi guys,

    Do any of you have a good nero di seppia recipe? My problem is that I have seen many versions and cant figure out which is the original recipe.

    1) Tomato sauce base

    2) Oil Base

    3) Prawn Bisque/Fish Stock base
     
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  2. josh71

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    I made spaghetti al nero di sepia once, and I use olive oil, garlic, and white wine as the base.

    - Put some olive oil

    - Add garlic slices

    - Heat it up until the garlic almost browned and you can small the aroma

    - Put squid / cuttlefish pieces, fry

    - Add white wine, reduce it

    - Season with salt and pepper

    - Put in the spaghetti

    - Add the squid ink

    - Garnish with parsley and cherry tomato

    Oh, I used that black spaghetti as well :)

    Tasted wonderful ! :)
     
  3. keith grima

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    Hi, sorry for the late reply :) Just want to let you know that I followed your instructions and it turned out great. I used normal pasta though.
     
  4. kokopuffs

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    Did you use pasta made that had squid ink already added to it during the manufacture?
     
  5. keith grima

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    No, I used normal pasta. I don't think it adds much to flavor. But I added the pasta to the sauce quite early so to absorb some of the sauce.

    In the end everything was black so from a presentation perspective it passed :D.