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My Seafood Fra Diavolo with Victoria Pasta Sauce is an easy, family-friendly go-to meal.
Living by the beach has truly changed my approach to meals. My shore-time meals must be fresh, filled with seasonal foods that can be ready in minutes, with minimal fuss. However, minimal fuss doesn’t mean I have to sacrifice flavor.
I love the taste of homemade foods and try to make most of my dishes using fresh, whole ingredients. For this Seafood Fra Diavolo dish, I combined local seafood, linguine and Victoria’s Fra Diavolo Sauce.
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Victoria Pasta Sauce transforms a simple meal into something relaxing and enjoyable – perfect for the beach! They use only the finest ingredients and a slow kettle-cooking process to give their pasta sauce an authentic homemade taste, so you don’t have to make it yourself. Victoria Pasta Sauce believes that dedication to the finest ingredients and the best cooking process is worth the time and effort. You can find Victoria Pasta Sauce at a store near you.
My recipe for Seafood Fra Diavolo is so simple. Thanks for Victoria Pasta Sauce, the work is already done for you! Victoria Pasta Sauces are slow kettle-cooked to enhance the flavors of fresh ingredients to get that truly homemade taste and their Fra Diavolo Sauce specifically utilizes delicious red crushed peppers to add a tantalizing kick to the original Marinara base for even more exciting flavor!
Seafood Fra Diavolo with Victoria Pasta Sauce
- 2 jars Victoria's Fra Diavolo Pasta Sauce
- 50 Littleneck Steamer Clams cleaned
- 1 lb jumbo shrimp peeled and deveined
- 1 lb linguine
- fresh parsley
- crushed red pepper (optional)
- lemon (optional)
- Bring a large 1-gallon pot of salted water to a boil and place the pasta in the pot.
- Cook pasta for 5-10 minutes (it will be partially cooked) and drain.
- Pour 2 jars of Victoria's Fra Diavolo Pasta Sauce in a large pot. Bring to a simmer.
- Add cleaned steamers to sauce and bring to a boil.
- Once clams have nearly opened, add shrimp and cook until shrimp are pink and clams are open.
- Add partially cooked pasta to the pot of sauce, clams and shrimp.
- Finish cooking the pasta until al dente (about 5 more minutes)
- Toss to combine. Garnish with parsley and red pepper flakes.
- Serve with a wedge of lemon and sliced loaf bread (optional)
It doesn’t get any easier than this! I just love a recipe that looks impressive, tastes delicious and is super simple to prepare. This dish is so versatile, too. It doubles as a quick weeknight meal or can be elevated to a quality dinner when entertaining family and friends. Victoria Pasta Sauces are perfect for special occasions and create moments of “togetherness.” Their wide variety of sauces are a must, they’re your go-to kitchen secret!