Good afternoon. We just finished the original dish of ravioli with a San Marzano tomatosauce with shrimp, scalops and walnuts; in the middle there is a ball of Burrrata cheese. How does it look like? You are cordially invited. Let’s sit down to eat dinner together.
Good evening. As you can see, not even today Father’s Day will my children permit us to escape from the “bondage of the kitchen.” It is a joke of course as we love to cook pasta dishes with fresh ingredients especially for them. They always like the combination of ravioli, tomato sauce and shellfish. In honor of Gian Luca, we prepared this dish with cheese and spinach ravioli, San Marzano tomatoes, shrimp and scallops galore. We obtained these nice yet affordable ingredients from our local Whole Foods store.
After patiently cooking the tomato sauce and the shellfish in separate batches (never mix the two as the shellfish always oozes some stinking liquid that has to be drained with a colander), we finally put everything together in “La Bestia” with the freshly cooked pasta. Voilà!