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Tagliatelle with smoked sturgeon   Our original home cooking

Tagliatelle with smoked sturgeon is one of my recipe, very quick to do but at the same time refined and tasty and, above all, very easy. You can do all year because the ingredients are always available. I suggest it to you particularly for your special invitations. So it's good for Christmas parties too. Below you can find its recipe, some tips, nutrition facts per serving and recommended wines.

tagliatelle with smoked sturgeon, the photo shows tagliatelle in a plate combined with tomato sauce and pieces of smoked sturgeon fillets, the pasta dish is garnished with sprigs fresh parsley
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Italian tagliatelle with smoked sturgeon

Ingredients / Serves 2

  • 1 400g (14 ounces) can chopped tomatoes
  • Little bunch fresh chives, chopped
  • 1 tablespoon chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley
  • Half a glass of white wine
  • 1 1/2 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
  • 60g (2.1 ounces) smoked sturgeon
  • 125g (4.4 ounces) dry egg Italian tagliatelle
  • Salt
  • Time:
    preparation: 10 minutes
    cooking: 20 minutes
    total: 25 minutes
  • Difficulty:
    easy recipe
  • How many calories in a serving?
    Calories: 409 (kcal) 21 % GDA (*)- 1711 (kJ)
    Protein: 20.7 (g) 42 % GDA
    Total fat: 13.3 (g) 20 % GDA
    Total carbohydrate: 51.0 (g) 19 % GDA
    Sugars: 7.6 (g) 9 % GDA

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Recipe for tagliatelle with smoked sturgeon

Preparation and cooking

  • - Cook tagliatelle.
    Cook tagliatelle following directions on the package.
  • - Prepare pasta sauce.
    Put olive oil, tomatoes and wine in a saucepan.
    Cook over medium heat until wine is evaporated.
    Meanwhile cut smoked sturgeon into thin strips.
    Just before turning off your stove add smoked sturgeon and herbs.
    Stir.
    Season to taste with salt only if necessary.
  • - The last step.
    Drain pasta very well.
    Transfer it to the pan and combine with the sauce.
    Stir accurately.

Just before serving

  • - Your tagliatelle dish is ready.
    Transfer onto individual plates and serve immediately.

Note

Tips

  • - You can also use fresh tomatoes, peeled, seeded and chopped.
  • - You can also choose other kinds of pasta.
    Felt or kamut pasta for example.
    In the photo you can see emmer tagliatelle with no eggs combined with sturgeon sauce.

Menu planning

  • - Tagliatelle with sturgeon sauce is a simple recipe but it is a refined recipe too. You can choose it if you're planning a celebration menu.
    Here it is an Italian menu idea for a celebration! Serve this pasta dish together with other Italian first courses. In other words you can plan a selection of first courses in the same plate. For example you can combine tagliatelle with smoked sturgeon, ravioli and risotto. Obviously this recipe will serve at least 4-6 people in this case. In fact you have to reduce the amount of every fist course. To complete your menu you could serve a starter with bruschetta and a second course, Italian-style such as veal marsala. Close your menu with an Italian dessert.

Healthy eating

  • - Tagliatelle with smoked sturgeon can be a pasta dish for your lunch but don't eat very frequently for the presence of smoked fish. Complete your meal with raw vegetables or cooked vegetables (seasoned only with 1 teaspoon olive oil per head) if you're still hungry and fresh fruit. Don't add other rich-in-protein food. Proteins are already in the smoked fish.
    Here are the doses per head if you have to change servings: 60g (2.1 ounce) dry egg pasta or 80g (2.8 ounces) semolina pasta, 200g (7 ounces) canned tomatoes, 30g (1 ounce) smoked sturgeon, a bit of white wine, aromatic herbs and 2 teaspoons olive oil.
  • - If you like healthy food don't eat frequently this pasta dish for the presence of smoked fish.

Loretta

What's the right wine for " Tagliatelle with smoked sturgeon "?

My husband and I like to drink Corvo Bianco or Corvo Rosa (both are wines of Sicily)