Smoky Seafood Linguine

On 22nd October, This was dinner

As much as Mr S was craving a kebab and I was craving fish & chips, this seafood wouldn’t have been any good tomorrow. I’m so glad we made it, it was delicious.

From BBC Good Food’s birthday edition, it’s not available as a link yet.


  • defrost a bag of mixed seafood
  • finely slice a red chilli
  • bash a couple of garlic cloves
  • boil the kettle
  • get oil, fennel seeds, linguine, smoked paprika, tin of chopped tomatoes, sugar & seasoning ready


Heat some oil in a pan and add the chilli, garlic and fennel seeds.

Add the smoked paprika and stir then add the chopped tomatoes and sugar and bring to the boil. Reduce to a simmer.

Get the pasta cooking.

When the pasta is almost done, drain the seafood and add to the sauce. Season well.

Drain the pasta and add to sauce.


I would have added parsley as per the recipe but I didn’t have any.

That’s it, I’m off to bed, I don’t think I’ve been this tired since our 12 hour drive home from France.


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