Italian Seafood Dishes
Italians have been pulling bounty from the sea for centuries, and seafood represents a solid part of Italian cuisine. Try an Italian preparation next time seafood is on your menu.
Tomato pesto is the hidden ingredient that lends fabulous flavor to the Alfredo sauce in this easy main dish recipe.
If only we could all have an Italian grandmother who would teach us to prepare fresh pasta. This is the next best thing. Peppery arugula and shrimp are tossed in a red pepper oil, before joining the cavatelli in a symphony of flavor. Add some breadsticks and dinner is served.
Fra diavolo, Italian for "brother devil," is a spicy pasta sauce that pairs perfectly with seafood and pasta.
This low-fat crab dinner features fennel, the celerylike vegetable that has delicate licorice flavor.
If you can't find proscuitto, bacon or pancetta would also add a nice salty, meaty element to these shrimp packets.
An easy, tasty, low-fat meal. As the pasta cooks, the asparagus and shrimp sizzle in a skillet.
Dry sherry flavors the broth, and the crushed red pepper adds a tiny bite to this pasta dish. Added mushrooms and spinach makes this an amazing meal in one.
Using refrigerated pizza dough, make this simple shrimp-and-cheese-topped pizza recipe to serve for a light dinner. Serve with a tossed green salad.
Plump, juicy shrimp and sun-ripened tomatoes get the zesty taste of the Mediterranean from fragrant garlic and basil in this pasta dish.
Get ready to give out the recipe when you bring this updated version of everyone's favorite casserole to your next potluck.
Omit the salt when cooking the pasta if you are using the smoked salmon in this rich dish. The smoked salmon adds all the saltiness you need.
Canned crab helps the ravioli filling come together quicker than you might expect!