Linguine Tomatoes Shrimp in Butter Wine Sauce Recipe


I have always loved breadcrumb stuffed tomatoes! This combination is addicting. Shrimp, white fish swimming in a pool of white wine and butter over linguine pasta topped with stuffed plum tomatoes. This is one of my favorite dishes and oh so easy to throw together! If you love cod,  haddock, halibut, Chilean sea bass or any other mild tasting white fish, give this a try with one of those fish, this really will compliment the flavor of the fish and the pasta. The stuffed tomatoes are a bonus!




Here's what you will need in ingredients:

4 to 6 pieces of white fish of choice use whatever you like this one was sea bass
1/2 cup of white wine (prefer Pinot Grigio)
3 tablespoons butter melted plus 2 tablespoons for later
6 plum tomatoes sliced lengthwise
1/4 cup and more for later of olive oil
Italian flavored bread crumbs
3 cloves crushed garlic
garlic powder
15 to 20 medium or large shrimps

Linguine pasta or any other you like
chopped fresh basil around 6 leaves
grating cheese
salt, pepper to taste
Optional cayenne pepper

In a large baking deep pan (I used a cake pan 13x9) place the fish on the bottom, Place the sliced tomatoes on the tops of the fish slices. Generously sprinkle the bread crumbs on the tops of the fish and tomatoes. Sprinkle with grating cheese over the tops of each tomato. I like a lot of crumbs.
In a small bowl add the olive oil, butter, garlic, wine, salt, pepper to taste. Pour into the bottom part of the pan not touching the tomatoes. Add the shrimp into the juices, sprinkle the shrimps with garlic powder. Drizzle olive oil lightly all over the bread crumbs and all over the tops of fish.

Bake at 400 degrees until browned on top around  35 to 45 minutes. In the meantime cook the pasta to package directions to your liking. Drain.

In a pasta bowl, add some olive oil, 2 tablespoons melted butter, fresh basil,  the garlic, around 3 tablespoon grating cheese, toss  with the pasta and set aside until fish is done.

Place a piece of fish on a bed of pasta, add some shrimps top with stuffed tomatoes. Drizzle the butter wine sauce over the entire dish.

+claudia lamascolo  Author

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