Buttered linguine with anchovies and orange: Whenever we are in Italy, we are always looking for new recipes and ideas. This recipe for buttered linguine and anchovies flavored with orange, immediately caught our eye. We found it in the Alice Cucina magazine.
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This recipe has ingredients that are in our kitchen practically all the time. At Pasta Nostra USA we make fresh linguine every week and are also lucky enough to have a blood orange infused olive oil, which worked perfectly for this recipe.
So, without further ado, let’s make dinner!
Buttered linguine with anchovies and orange – serves 2
- 320 g linguine
- 6 fillets anchovies in oil
- 1 medium clove of garlic
- 1 medium orange
- 1 tbsp fresh parsley (finely chopped)
- 1 tbsp orange infused olive oil
- 2 tbsp butter (at room temperature)
- fine sea salt (to taste)
- Boil the pasta in boiling salted water for the cooking time indicated on the package. In the meantime, peel the clove of garlic and fry it in a large pan with a generous knob of butter. Add 4 anchovy fillets, well drained from the preservation oil, and let them melt.
- After the cooking time, drain the pasta al dente and transfer it to the pan together with a ladle of its cooking water. Cook for a few minutes on a high flame and, when the base is reduced and creamy, turn off and stir in a knob of butter.
- Serve and flavor with a generous grating of orange zest and a little chopped parsley. Finish with the remaining anchovy fillets, chopped, and serve. At the table we sprinkled ours with a drizzle of olive oil flavored with blood orange.