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Traditional Pasta allo Scoglio

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Traditional Pasta allo Scoglio

40 minutes total

Looking for a delicious and easy-to-make seafood pasta dish that can serve four people? Look no further than this Spaghetti allo scoglio recipe that is sure to please. With fresh seafood, fragrant herbs, and juicy tomatoes, this dish is bursting with Italian flavors that will delight your taste buds. Plus, it's quick and easy to prepare, taking just 30 minutes for preparation and 9 minutes for cooking.



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Serves 4

320g (11,3 oz) Barilla® Spaghetti No. 5
400g Mussels
400g Clams
100g Calamari, sliced
4 Shrimp Tails
4 Prawns
4 Cuttlefish
150g Tomatoes, chopped
150ml White Wine
40ml extra-virgin olive oil
1 clove garlic
20g Parsley, chopped
1 Bunch Basil
to taste Salt and pepper
optional Chili Oil or Chili Flakes


Individuals with allergies or specific dietary concerns should verify that the ingredients they utilize for the recipes comply with their restrictions.


Step 1

Here are the six easys steps for a delicious seafood pasta recipe:

Step 2

To start, clean the mussels and clams. Then, cook garlic, parsley, and basil in oil. Add mussels, clams, and wine, and cover the pan with a lid. When the mussels and clams open, remove them from the pan and put three-quarters of the shellfish in a bowl.

  • clean mussels
  • clams
  • garlic
  • parsley
  • basil
  • oil
  • wine

Step 3

Next, add calamari, cuttlefish, prawns, shrimp tails, and tomatoes to the pan. Cook for 2 minutes, then add the shellfish from the bowl. Season with salt and pepper. The sauce should be a little bit liquid.

  • calamari
  • cuttlefish
  • prawns
  • shrimp tails
  • tomatoes
  • salt
  • pepper

Step 4

While the seafood is cooking, boil the spaghetti in water until it's al dente.

  • spaghetti

Step 5

Once the spaghetti is cooked, drain it and add it to the sauce. Cook for a short time, then serve hot. For an added kick of spice, you can drizzle chili oil or sprinkle chili flakes on top.

  • chili oil or chili flakes

Passive cooking

Did you know you can now cook your pasta cutting emission by up to 80%? Try using Passive Cooking, and innovative method that involves using residual heat from just-boiled water to cook pasta, eliminating the need for constant boiling and monitoring. The result is a more sustainable, energy-efficient, and time-saving way to cook pasta.

Spaghetti No. 5

Since 1877 Barilla produces semolina pasta with the utmost attention to quality. Indeed, today as then, Barilla selects the best hard grains and carefully monitors all the stages of processing. Because it is only thanks to this care that a pasta is created with the ideal consistency, which best holds the baking and guarantees excellent results in all kinds of preparation.

  • Pack size 500g