“The distinctive, pink tiger strips, scampi, the round tomatoes, curled parsley and longer pasta tubes give the dish a dynamic and vibrant expression that is a delight to look at. Frank Gehry´s building Hejmdal in Aarhus is also vibrant and dynamic in its structure.”
400g of pasta (e.g. penne)
3 tbsp of olive oil
25g of butter
4 cloves of garlic
3 fresh tomatoes
1 dl of small olives
1 finely grated lemon zest
750g fresh scampi or 20 large tiger shrimps, frozen or fresh
1 tbsp flat-leaf partly, chopped
1 glass of white wine
Chili to taste if desired
Rinse the shellfish in water (if they are frozen, then do it once they have thawed). Put to one side.
Heat a little butter and oil. Fry the peeled garlic cloves with parsley. Then add the tomatoes and olives, and let it heat up for approx. 2 min. Take the mixture up and put it aside.
melt some butter and add the shellfish. Stir regularly so they do not burn. Let them cook for 2 min. Add wine and grated lemon zest and let everything simmer while stirring for 1-2 min.
pour the garlic, parsley, olives and tomatoes in. mix with pasta and pour a stream of good olive oil over it before serving.
Tip: The shellfish should not be peeled before serving. The shell looks nice and gives dish flavor…
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