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                            LINGUINE “DELIZIOSE”
 
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 Serving Size  : 8    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Pasta                            Italian
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
    1       lb           Linguine
    1       lb           Prawns, medium, cleaned
                         -- deveined
    1       lb           Salmon, filet, fresh,
                         -- julienned coarsely
                         Flour
      3/4   c            Oil, olive
    1       c            Leeks, julienned
    6       oz           Mushrooms, sliced
      1/2   c            Wine, white
    1       tb           Marjoram
    1       tb           Parsley, chopped
    2       md           Garlic, cloves, minced
                         Salt
                         Pepper
    2       tb           Butter (optional)
    1       c            Broth, chicken
 
        Boil linguine according to the package
   instructions or make it fresh.  Cool under cold
   running water and set aside.
   
        Flour the prawns and salmon lightly.
   
        In a large saute pan, heat the olive oil over
   high heat, then add the prawns and salmon and saute
   for 1 minute.
   
        Add the leeks and mushrooms (one at a time), and
   saute for 1 minute after each addition.
   
        Next, add wine, marjoram, parsley, garlic, salt,
   pepper, and butter.  Saute lightly for 1 minutes.
   
        Add broth, lower heat and simmer for 2 minutes,
   adding more broth if the mixture becomes too dry.
   
        Add the drained linguine and mix well, then
   simmer for 1 minute.
   
        To serve, place linguine on a plate first,
   decorate with prawns, then pour the remaining sauce
   over both.
   
        Garnish with parsley.
   
        Source: Great Chefs of San Francisco, Avon Books,
   1984
        Chef:   Adriana Giramonti, Giramonti Restaurant,
   San Francisco, CA
  
 
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