Linguine Tomatoes Shrimp in Butter Wine Sauce

Friday, July 12, 2013
Here is an easy gourmet style recipe that is so delicious your will wow anyone who loves seafood. This combination with Chilean Sea Bass, Shrimp swimming in a wine butter sauce is very addicting. Under this delightful seafood is a bed of linguine pasta topped with stuffed plum tomatoes.


This is one of my favorite dishes and oh so easy to throw together!


If you can't get Chilean Sea Bass any white fish will do.



this is a pasta dish with Chilean Sea Bass,  stuffed tomatoes shrimp and a butter wine sauce






Chilean Sea Bass



If you have never had Chilean sea bass, give it a try.


It's a very mild delicious white fish.


The Patagonian toothfish is a species of cod icefish found in cold waters in the southern Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans and the Southern Ocean on seamounts and continental shelves around most Subantarctic islands.


In most of South America, it’s actually called merluza negra.


In France, it’s known as legine australe, whereas Japan calls it mero, while in Chile, it’s called bacalao de profundidad.


Chilean sea bass is a white, flaky fish, and it actually does taste quite a bit like cod.


It was actually unheard of until relatively recently when technology finally allowed for deep-water fishing.


If you can't find this delightful species of fish, use cod, halibut or any other white fish like haddock.







A Healthy Fish



Chilean Sea Bass contains is due to its high levels of Omega-3 Fatty acids.


This aspect of the fish makes it not only delicious but makes it very beneficial to your health.


The first of the benefits of Omega-3 fatty acid is how it helps keep your eyes healthy and of course heart.







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this is an easy pasta dish with stuffed tomatoes, shrimp and a butter wine sauce



Gourmet and Easy



This is such an easy dish and I make this time and time again.


I love the flavors of the butter wine sauce that compliments this fish.


The stuffed tomatoes and soft and full of crunchy bread crumbs.


I like to cook our pasta al dente with still a little bit to it.


Make and adapt this any way you like.


The shrimp is an added bonus as Scampi style is our second favorite of this Chilean Sea Bass entree.



this is a pasta dish with Chilean Sea Bass,  stuffed tomatoes shrimp and a butter wine sauce



Try Some More of My Favorite Recipes:



Filet Mignon topped with shrimp and crab
Red Clam Sauce 
White Clam Sauce
Mussels, Shrimp and Calamari over Linguine
Grilled Lemon Garlic Scallops
Baked Haddock with buttery lobster


One Other Suggestion:



If you prefer to use all shellfish, make this dish with lobster, crab, and shrimp.


You can change it any way your family likes.


I have also substituted stuffed baby canned artichokes for the tomatoes.


Get creative and this seafood dish will become your own masterpiece.


this is a pasta dish with Chilean Sea Bass,  stuffed tomatoes shrimp and a butter wine sauce





Here's a recipe list:


(See Printable Recipe Below and Directions.)

4 to 6 pieces of white fish of choice use whatever you like this one was Chilean 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

1/2 teaspoon granulated garlic powder

15 to 20 medium or large shrimps

Linguine pasta or another kind you like

chopped fresh basil around 6 leaves

grating cheese salt, pepper to taste

Optional cayenne pepper


this is a pasta dish with Chilean Sea Bass,  stuffed tomatoes shrimp and a butter wine sauce




fish, Chilean Sea Bass, Shrimp, pasta, stuffed tomatoes, seafood
fish, seafood, pasta
Italian, American
Yield: 6

Linguine Tomatoes Shrimp in Butter Wine Sauce

prep time: 15 min cook time: 45 min total time: 60 mins
This is a seafood pasta dish with Chilean Sea Bass, shrimp, stuffed tomatoes in a butter wish sauce over a bed of pasta of your choice.

ingredients:


4 to 6 pieces of white fish of choice use whatever you like this one was Chilean 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

1/2 teaspoon granulated garlic powder

15 to 20 medium or large shrimps

Linguine pasta or another kind you like

chopped fresh basil around 6 leaves

grating cheese salt, pepper to taste

Optional cayenne pepper

instructions:


In a large baking deep pan place fish on the bottom, top with sliced tomatoes, sprinkle with bread crumbs grating cheese.

In a small bowl add the olive oil, 3 tablespoons 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 for 35 minutes. Cook pasta, drain.

Toss the cooked pasta in some olive oil, grated cheese, and 2 tablespoons butter and set aside until fish is ready.

Place fish and tomato on a bed of cooked linguine pasta, drizzle with wine butter sauce over the entire dish from the fish pan.
calories
458
fat (grams)
16
sat. fat (grams)
11
carbs (grams)
4
net carbs
12
protein (grams)
18
sugar (grams)
4
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this is an easy pasta dish with stuffed tomatoes, shrimp and a butter wine sauce


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this is a pasta dish with Chilean Sea Bass,  stuffed tomatoes shrimp and a butter wine sauce



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