Linguini with Calamari Sauce (Pressure Cooker Recipe)

Linguini with Calamari Sauce (Pressure Cooker Recipe)

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"I liked this recipe because it was quick and easy. I accidentally overcooked the squid slightly but it was still ok. The sauce was great. It was light and blended well with the pasta. I'm not fond of parsley so substituted spinach and added corn and peas for a bit of colour. Next time I will seal the cooker as soon as I add the squid."

- beluga2

Ingredients

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2 Garlic; minced
1 lb Cleaned squid; cut into
1/2 ts Salt
Cooked linguini
2 tb olive oil
1/2 c Fish stock
1 tb Parsley; minced

Original recipe makes 1 Servings

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Preparation

Combine fish stock, oil, garlic, and salt in a 4- or 6-quart pressure cooker. Heat to boiling. Add parsley and squid. Close cover securely. Bring to 15 pounds pressure. Cook for 1 (one) minute at this pressure. Cool cooker at once by running cool water over the top and sides. Serve over linguini. (Fresh or canned chopped clams can be substituted for the squid.) ~The Official Presto Pressure Cooker Cookbook Posted to MM-Recipes Digest by "Rfm" on Aug 19, 98,

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I liked this recipe because it was quick and easy. I accidentally overcooked the squid slightly but it was still ok. The sauce was great. It was light and blended well with the pasta. I'm not fond of parsley so substituted spinach and added corn and peas for a bit of colour. Next time I will seal the cooker as soon as I add the squid.
beluga2 3 years ago
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