Seafood Fra Diavolo (Brother Devil)

Seafood is good with me, any way you want to prepare it, from sashimi to fish n chips. But my favorite way to enjoy it is Fra Diavolo style. Fresh fish and shellfish, in a spicy Italian broth, with pasta or just a hot loaf of crusty bread and a bottle of wine, seems suitable for almost any occasion…. Or no occasion, would be fine too!

Ingredients:
Serves 4

12 large shrimp, peeled and deveined
12 cherrystone clams
12 mussels, cleaned and debearded
12 diver scallops, cleaned well to remove any sand
3 TBSP good Olive Oil
1 medium Onion chopped
2 fresh jalapeno peppers green or red chopped (remove ribs and seeds to reduce heat if
desired.
5 cloves garlic chopped
1tsp Crushed Red Pepper (more or less depending on heat of the jalapenos)
1 Cup dry white wine
1 tsp kosher salt
½ tsp dry oregano
¼ tsp dry thyme
1 14 ½ oz can good diced tomatoes
3 TBSP chopped parsley

Preparation:

Saute’ Onion over medium heat in Olive Oil until it starts to turn translucent
Add jalapeno and salt, saute’ for another 2-3 minutes
Add garlic, pepper flakes, oregano and thyme and saute’ for another 2 minutes
Add the cup of white wine and let it come to a strong simmer for 4-5 minutes
Add the tomatoes and liquid, bring to a boil and reduce heat. Allow to simmer for at least
10-15 minutes.
Return to medium/med hi heat and add clams and mussels stirring occasionally until they
begin to open.
Once clams and mussels are all opening, add scallops and stir in gently for 2 minutes
Add shrimp and stir in gently. Cook until shrimp are curled and pink, 2-3 minutes.
Immediately transfer to a serving bowl/platter and dress with chopped fresh parsley.

Serve over pasta or in bowls with lots of fresh crusty bread!

Buon Appetito! Dave

“There is no love sincerer than the love for food.”  George Bernard Shaw

 

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About dhagburg

Foodie, drinkie, and lover of fun things. Happily married father of two wonderful, self-sufficient adults. Uncle & Great Uncle to a large cast of wonderful Nieces & Nephews. Cooking & looking for good things to cook have become a passion. Tell me you love what I prepared or that my kids are great & you own me!
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3 Responses to Seafood Fra Diavolo (Brother Devil)

  1. @DHagburg Seafood Fra Diavlo ~ You’re making me hungry…Yum

  2. Karen says:

    Your fra diavolo sounds delicious, Dave. When I go to an Italian restaurant, I often order that dish as a way to test their kitchen. If it is seasoned properly, I will go back.

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