Shrimp and Haddock Florentine Linguine

An easy quick dish for all those seafood lovers out there!

1 pound of fresh spinach
2 cloves minced garlic
1/4 teaspoon of each cayenne pepper, garlic powder
salt and pepper to taste
2 tablespoons fresh chopped basil
extra virgin olive oil
white wine (pinot grigio preferred or chablis)
2 large haddock filets
3 cups large shrimp cleaned, deveined, tails off
1/4 cup chicken broth
1lb linguine or favorite pasta
 1/4  cup italian style panko bread crumbs or freshly made crumbs click here
grating cheese

Boil linguine, drain, add two tablespoons of olive oil toss in and set aside keeping warm.
In a large fry pan saute spinach in two tablespoons of olive oil and minced garlic on low heat. Add cayenne pepper, salt, pepper to taste. Slowly add 1/4 cup chicken broth and 1/4 cup white wine. Simmer until spinach is tender around 3 minutes. Add shrimp and fish until fish flakes and shrimp turns pink, around 3 to 4 minutes. If you need more moisture add more chicken broth.
Pour wine sauce over linguine toss in basil, top with grating cheese, bread crumbs and serve.

38 comments:

  1. I'd be able to eat this dish of linguine even at breakfast. It's absolutely amazing. I love shrimps. Great ^__^ Bye bye, have a good we

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  2. I'm always for a good plate of pasta and I love pasta with seafood. Your sauce has such a great combination of ingredients, I love it.

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  3. amazing pasta dish,like ussually!:)

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  4. I love linguine with shrimp:)
    Lovely recipe!
    Have a nice week end!
    Barbaraxx

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  5. Mmm...looks delish! gotta try it out! :)

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  6. Really, we need to eat more fish!

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  7. Oh this is a perfect Friday night dinner!

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  8. You have a lovely collection of recipes. Please visit http://cosmopolitancurrymania.blogspot.com for a shower of AWARDS for you!

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  9. Now that's my kind of pasta. It's simple, fast and healthy.

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  10. I was tinkering with a shrimp and pasta meal for the weekend, you just steered me toward one.... thanks - looks greast

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  11. Yes - seafood lover here!! Will eat!

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  12. This is my kind of meal! It looks so delicious and flavorful. You have a lovely blog, Claudia, and I’m so glad to have found it. :) I'm going to explore more of your recipes now!

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  13. What a beautiful pasta, perfect for Friday night dinner. Yummy! Now I have to check out theose date bars you made.

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  14. Anything with the word "Florentine" in it gets my vote. And of course since it's pasta and shrimp - I will be serving this happily.

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  15. I'm a seafood lover. Spinach too. And garlic...and...well, everything in this recipe sounds good. The breadcrumbs on top are also a nice touch.

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  16. Amazing pasta recipe, fresh and flavorful....sea wonder pasta:)

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  17. Oh my, how scrumptious!! So full of flavor - I would love a serving!

    Hugs & Happy Blessings,
    Tammy

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  18. Oh MY Claudia! I would love to twirl a fork in that spaghetti right now! Looks delish. Blessings, Catherine xoxo

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  19. Oh my gosh...that last photo wants to be my dinner! So scrumptious!

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  20. You make delicious spaghetti.

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  21. Haddock is one of the few fish that I actually like and this looks really, really good.

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  22. Oh wow Claudia haddock, shrimp, and linguine, brilliant combination GF! I can only imagine the flavors. Bet that spinach adds just the right amount of moisture to dish too.

    BTW - Your fabulous photos are making very hungry!

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  23. I love love pasta and I love shrimp !! and mixing them together would do magic in my mouth :)

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  24. What a delicious and satisfying dish! Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful weekend.

    Amy
    http://utry.it

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  25. Looks both healthy and delicious! Thanks for sharing, it's posts like these that happily keep me in the kitchen cooking.

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  26. I wish I could have this linguine now! Looks delish!

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  27. This looks delicious, Claudia! I love seafood pasta. Really digging those crumbs on top. YUM!

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  28. This looks and sounds delicious. I suspect this dish will be moving from my home to yours in the near future. My family would love this. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  29. Claudia, this dish looks amazing (as always!)! Thanks so much for linking up to Friday Potluck!

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  30. I could dive head first into your pastalicious masterpiece! Looks so incredibly good! Your bowl is so pretty too.

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  31. I love looking at your blog. Your food is so wonderful. I can live on pasta. (I think I do) :)

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  32. Wonderful! I have not done much with haddock but when I run across it now I will think of this lovely dish...such great flavors and textures! Truly lovely pasta dish :)

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  33. The dish presented on this page looks appetizing. Making the recipe easy to follow will probably allow many to enjoy your creation. Great work, thank you for sharing.

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  34. Your shrimp and haddock florentine sounds perfect for entertaining. Thank you for sharing another delicious dish with Let's Do Brunch!

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  35. I haven't had any really good pasta since we moved and I'm dying for some linguine. Luckily I can get my hands on the shrimp and fish easy, so this has gone straight to the top of my to cook list :D

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  36. This is such a fantastic spring/seafood pasta affair! Yum-O, Claudia! I featured it today for Fresh Clean and Pure Friday. Thanks so much for sharing. I'm so sorry to hear about your swollen feet dilemma when you flew back from Hawaii. That happened to me twice, so I make sure I never consume anything slightly salty before flying and this trip I didn't swell at all! But you brought back some yummy wines and stuff to remember your trip!

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  37. I really like to eat. especially the food. I will try to make at home. thank you, your articles are very helpful

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