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In this food tutorial learn a simple recipe for making lobster fra diavlo part 2/2.
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Everybody, 18 minutes or as soon as you can see the clams opening, that’s all you need, just drop those shrimps in there, get them down in there. And then, 8th of a teaspoon of cayenne pepper, since this is Fra Diavlo, it should be a little bit hot. In about two minutes, we are done. That’s it we’re done, the shrimps were in there for about 3 minutes and even if we’ll take the flame off, and they’re still be cooking there, so they’re fine. And you don’t want them tough, nice, and tender. I should have done earlier, cork the lobster close. I should have cracked them here which make it easier to eat it when we serve. So I’m leaving this uncover, so it kind of cools down a little. And then in a little while, we’ll be making the pasta, and I’ll show you how I serve the dish later. And there we are a meager of 4 ounces of pasta. Usually, I would make a pound but we’re watching our weights. And there’s all the lobsters, the clams, everything. And boy, does it smell great! I hope you enjoyed this as much as I am right now. Well, the dinner was delicious, and it’s almost as you see one quart of sauce leftover. You’ll have the same amount leftover, what do you do with it? Simple, put in the freezer, wait ‘till next week, buy some shrimps and scallops, sauté them, put the sauce over it, and have it with pasta. And remember, when you cook your pasta, five quarts of water and three tablespoon of sea salt that will give you enough water to cook correctly from 4 ounces to 60 to 1 pound of pasta. And that’s the correct way of doing it, and you do not add oil into the water. And if you ever see the water from pasta tat you made in the past, that’s white that means there isn’t enough water. That’s the secret. Plenty of water and your pasta come out the way it should. Thank you.