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Linguine with almond and lemon pesto recipe of 28-06-2015 [Updated on 04-01-2016]

Today's recipe is ... I must say that I am very satisfied with this first course, I impressed everyone who tasted it and I think it will become my new summer must. I have another couple of really special fish-based first courses to post to you in the next few days, dishes tasted in restaurants and then reproduced in my kitchen, if you are a lover of the genre, you will appreciate for sure;) I leave you and I wish you a good Sunday , today we are housewares. Kisses to those who pass by

Method

How to make linguine with almond and lemon pesto

Clean the prawns then brown them for a minute in a pan with oil and a clove of garlic, putting the claws in the pan as well.

Instead, put the heads in a pan with boiling water, in which you will cook the pasta.

Prepare the almond and lemon pesto by putting the almonds, salt, parmesan, garlic and lemon peel in a blender.
Blend everything by adding the oil and a ladle of the pasta cooking water.

Lift the garlic and claws from the pan and add the almond and lemon cream to the prawns.

Add a little more cooking water and mix with a spoon to create a cream.

Drain the pasta al dente, pour it into the pan and sauté everything for a couple of minutes.

Serve the pasta with almond and lemon cream.


La Costiera in the dish: linguine with almond pesto and verdelli lemons. Here is the recipe

Tales of the Coast at the table are enjoying great success. Or rather, the Amalfi Coast that we punctually try to tell through the dishes. So much so that many readers have repeatedly invoked recipes based on strictly Igp lemons. The colors, aromas and above all the flavor of a dish that is made in the heart of the Valle dei Mulini and proposed by Salvatore Aceto to the tourists who participate in his Lemon Tour, have led us to reveal the secrets of Giovanna Ruggiero and Ramona Avitabile, creators of a very particular recipe: & # 8220 Linguine with almond pesto and Verdelli lemons & # 8221.

To truly feel on the Amalfi Coast, you need to get the peel of three verdelli lemons, the main ingredient of this amazing dish. The others are: 500 gr of linguine (if the dish is for 4/5 people), 100 gr of shelled and peeled almonds, 100 gr of Parmesan cheese, 100 gr of extra virgin olive oil, 1/2 clove of garlic, salt and water of cooking.

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Let's move on to the procedure as Giovanna and Ramona recommended us. Prepare the almond pesto and lemon peel by putting the almonds, salt, parmesan, garlic in a blender. Blend everything by adding the oil and a ladle of pasta cooking water. Drain the pasta al dente, pour into a pan and stir everything for a couple of minutes. Easier than that & # 8230 So, enjoy your meal.


Linguine with almond and lemon pesto & # 8211 lactose free

Linguine with almond and lemon pesto are the ideal dish to amaze your guests with goodness and health. A very quick dish to prepare, it is a mix of a thousand properties: almonds fight l & # 8217aging, lower the levels of bad cholesterol, break the hunger and they have properties anti-inflammatory and antidepressants, and the lemon peel is a very powerful concentrate of C vitamin (it has a quantity 10 times greater than the juice) and is very rich in antioxidants, anticancer and detoxifying agents& # 8230 in short, what it takes to relieve the liver from the abuses of the holidays. Just have good almonds, organic lemons, a mixer and that's it! Your palate will thank you!

LUINGUINE WITH ALMOND AND LEMON PESTO & # 8211 WITHOUT LACTOSE

Time: 30 min
Difficulty: easy

Ingredients for 4 people:

  • 320 gr of linguine
  • 100 gr of shelled almonds
  • 1 organic lemon
  • 40 grams of 36-month Parmesan cheese
  • 40 gr of extra virgin olive oil
  • Cooking water to taste
  • Salt to taste

Method:

Cook the linguine in abundant salted water.

Put the almonds, the juice of half a lemon, the organic lemon peels (without the white part), the Parmesan cheese, the oil, 1 pc of salt, 1 tablespoon of cooking water in the blender and blend everything until obtaining a cream. (adjust the density if necessary by adding more cooking water.

Drain the pasta and mix with the pesto


LINGUINE WITH SCAMPI WITH ALMOND AND LEMON PESTO

Ingredients for 4 people:
320 gr of pasta
100 gr of shelled Avola almonds
peel of one lemon
50 gr of Parmesan cheese
50 gr of olive oil
2 cloves of garlic
1 ladle of cooking water
4 of scampi
salt

METHOD
Clean the prawns then brown them for a minute in a pan with the oil and a clove of garlic, putting the claws in the pan as well.
Instead, put the heads in a pot with boiling water, in which you will cook the pasta.
Prepare the almond and lemon pesto by putting the almonds, salt, parmesan, garlic and lemon peel in a blender.
Blend everything by adding the oil and a ladle of cooking water from the pasta.
Lift the garlic and claws from the pan and add the almond and lemon cream to the prawns.
Add a little more cooking water to make the pesto creamy.
Drain the pasta al dente, pour it into the pan and stir everything for a couple of minutes.
Serve the pasta with almond and lemon cream garnished with a few leaves of parsley or mint to taste.


Pasta with lemon, many fresh and fragrant ideas

by Giorgia Di Sabatino Contributor

You can't imagine how many first courses you can prepare with pasta and a lemon. Here are some recipes for inspiration

It can be seasoned with pasta with the lemon? Certainly yes, especially in summer, to enjoy a fresh and fragrant first course.

Scent of lemons

A sprinkling of Lemon peel grated gives each dish a unmistakable scent and helps & # 8220 degrease & # 8221 the seasonings too oily cleaning up the palate.
It is that bitter and sour aftertaste that goes well with sweet ingredients or, conversely, very savory creating a nice contrast.
But also the lemon juice it can become the condiment of a first course, inside a pesto of aromatic herbs or citrus fruits or as the base of a delicate cheese cream that wraps the long pasta making it greedy, but light at the same time.
The secret is not to overdo the quantities. The lemon must feel little otherwise it risks covering all other flavors.

Lemon & # 8220sgrassa & # 8221

As we have said, the lemon & # 8220sgrassa & # 8221 in the sense that combined with fatty and oily ingredients it lightens them making them more pleasant on the palate.
This is why it goes particularly well with aged pecorino, with fried and battered vegetables and with very tasty fresh cheeses such as burrata.
We therefore suggest some recipes to try these combinations.

Pasta with lemon

Paccheri with cherry tomatoes and burrata

Prepare a tomato sauce, onion and lots of fresh basil and season some paccheri cooked al dente.
Serve each portion with a little burrata above and sprinkle with Lemon peel. Add a drop of crow of balsamic vinegar with cherry tomato sauce to give it an extra sprint.

Tagliolini Al Limone

The classic lemon pasta that looks easy to make, but it's not. The problem is, as we said, getting the right amount of lemon right. For 200 gr of pasta consider a large enough lemon of which you will use the zest and juice.
While the noodles are cooking, cook a knob of butter, the grated zest of a lemon and the lemon juice in a pan over medium heat. When this sauce has withdrawn, add the pasta just drained with a little cooking water and stir in pecorino or parmesan.
You can also add no cheese, but just a little fresh cream to make the dressing more enveloping.
If you want to give a little flavor and a particular taste to this dish, grate a little bottarga and, if you don't like fresh pasta, use bavette or linguine instead of tagliolini.

Lemon pesto

This seasoning it is quick and easy to prepare and looks good on long or short pasta simply as it is, but you can also use it in combination with fish or diced vegetables.
Imagine, for example, linguine with lemon pesto with pan-seared scampi, or rigatoni with lemon pesto with mint-scented zucchini.
How is it prepared? Very simple, enough blend the zest of a lemon with 100 g of almonds, half a clove of garlic, a handful of Parmesan cheese and extra virgin olive oil.


ALMOND PASTA CUTTERS


Dear friends welcome bloggers! I hope you have spent a Merry Christmas with your closest family and friends. For lovers of almond sweets, today I propose these delicious almond paste pastries, which if well preserved in an airtight box, will remain fragrant for several days.

1 kg of peeled almonds
700-800 gr of granulated sugar*
7-8 egg whites*
a few drops of bitter almond essence
candied cherries, almonds and sugar grains for garnish

*the original recipe says that 1 kg of sugar must be added to 1 kg of almonds, but I have reduced the sugar doses a bit for a matter of personal taste

*with regard to the egg whites, they must be added a little at a time to avoid having a too mushy dough. In case you need to add some egg whites


Ingrediants

Very easy to prepare! Wash the lemon zest thoroughly. Then just put all the ingredients in the mixer and blend! The almond and lemon pesto is ready to season your pasta!

  • This delicious pesto is ideal for dressing trofie or other fresh pasta shapes but you can use the pasta shape you prefer: fusilli, penne rigate, farfalle, spaghetti, linguine, etc.
  • If you like alternative pesto, I recommend you try:
  • If, on the other hand, you are more tied to tradition, I suggest you try Sister Germana's PESTO GENOVESE, I love it!
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Linguine with almond and prawn pesto a sprint dish!

Linguine with almond pesto and prawns are a unique first course, with an authentic flavor, easy and quick to prepare. Ideal to serve if you have guests.

It is a tasty dish with a scent of lemon and almonds a dish that your guests will surely like. The recommended pasta format is the long one, you can also choose spaghetti or tagliatelle.

Let's see how to make it with our recipe print!

  • 320 g of pasta
  • 100 g of shelled almonds
  • 1 lemon peel
  • 50 g of grated Parmesan cheese
  • 50 g of olive oil
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 1 ladle of cooking water
  • 4 peeled prawns
  • Salt to taste.

Scialatielli with prawns with almond and lemon pesto

Another dish with delicate balances, prawns, almonds and lemon to form a refined and fresh cream to season our favorite pasta!

Ingrediants x 2

  • 250 g scialatielli
  • lemon peel
  • 50 g almond flour
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • salt
  • pepper
  • 2 tablespoons of oil
  • 300 g prawns or prawns

Method

First of all, we clean the prawns, eliminating intestinal black thread, heads and carapaces and prepare the bisque following the procedure at the link https://blog.giallozafferano.it/adessobastamaniinpasta/bisque-di-crostacei/

In a cutter we put 2 strips of lemon peel, 1 clove of garlic and the almond flour.

We act by adding bisque to taste. to get a cream. We also add 1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper.

In a pan with 1 tablespoon of oil, brown 1 clove of garlic.

We add the cleaned prawns.

We cook 1 minute per side.

Let's put aside. We remove the garlic, put the almond and lemon pesto in a pan.

Bring the remaining bisque to the boil together with the water to taste, add salt and cook the scialatielli al dente.

Transfer them to the pan with the sauce, adding cooking water if necessary. We also add the prawns set aside, we jump for 1 minute.

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