Tagliatelle all’alga marina con gamberi e pomodoro in cartoccio trasparente
Another of our great week’s specials that is expressly thought for lovers of seafood and pasta combinations. This time, our delicious homemade Tagliatelle comes seasoned with seaweed, crayfish and tomato sauce and served wrapped in a scenic transparent parcel. This dish of sumptuous appearance is anything else but “Tagliatelle all’alga marina con gamberi e Pomodoro in cartoccio transparente”, the last culinary discovery of our chef.
Seaweeds have always been part and parcel of the Italian culinary tradition. An example of an Italian dish having seaweeds as its main ingredients is “Zeppoline” from Naples, a kind of tasty fried street food made from flour and seaweeds. “Pasta al cartoccio” is a scenic way of serving pasta. Your tagliatelle or spaghetti is served wrapped in a parcel made out of the same dough that is utilized for pizza, or other edible material. The parcel can then be eaten or thrown away, at your choice.
If you like seafood and pasta, you’ve landed in the right place. In Pocoloco’s menu, there are several famous seafood and pasta dishes, like “Risotto al nero di seppia”(Ink squid risotto”), “Tagliolini ai ricci di mare”(Sea urchin Pasta), and “Tagliolini Caserecci in Salsa Mentaiko”(Tagliolini with Mentaiko sauce), just to mention some few of them.