Sounds like a complicated dish huh? Don't be fooled by its name! It's a really simple yet very tasty dish. Knowing me, I won't go for anything too complicating unless it's some special occasion or if I feel like it during weekends. I don't have much time to fiddle around in the kitchen during the weekdays, so I normally go for something relatively simple yet something that can satisfy the wild boar.
Ingredients: serves 4-5
- 1 large Onion - cut into wedges
- 4 cloves Garlic - crushed
- 2 cans (400 ml each) Baxters Lobster Bisque
- 15g Chives - chopped
- 180g Crayfish Tails
- 10 Seafood Sticks - cut into cubes
- Lemon juice
- Freshly ground black pepper
- Sweat onions until soft and translucent.
- Add garlic and fry until fragrant.
- Pour in lobster bisque and slowly heat it up. Do not bring to boil (that's what it says on the can).
- Stir in chives, crayfish tails and seafood sticks.
- Leave to cook on low heat for about 10 mins.
- Add salt to taste.
- Cook linguine as instructed on the package. Drain.
- Mix linguine with sauce.
- Sprinkle a bit of ground black pepper, squeeze some lemon juice on linguine and enjoy!
- I'm normally a bit skeptical about using canned soup for cooking as I've had many bad experiences. But I used Baxters lobster bisque for this dish as it has a very strong shellfish flavour, very creamy and very delicious. The wild boar says it's very bisque-y, very tasty.
- I was going to use prawns for this dish until I saw this:
I am sending this to Lore's Original Recipes.