When shrimp, crab, clams, and mushrooms come together in a luscious creamy, cheesy garlic sauce over fresh pasta, you get this delectable Seafood Alfredo Fettuccine!
Topped with buttery toasted bread crumbs and fresh parsley this Seafood Alfredo Fettuccine is a restaurant quality dish you can make in your own kitchen!
Maybe you’ve never heard of Seafood Alfredo Fettuccine, or Tutto Mare (which means “All Sea”). But it’s pretty famous in restaurants all over town here in St. Louis, especially in our version of Little Italy, called The Hill.
It’s often one of my go to orders, and I love every version I’ve ever tried. I actually thought this was something that was common in Italian restaurants around the country, but when I decided I wanted to make my own at home, I discovered it’s not normally called Tutto Mare in other parts of the country.
So maybe you’re more familiar with Seafood Alfredo from Olive Garden, which when you make it at home you can have as much seafood as you’d like to have, because sometimes those larger places can be a little skimpy on the actual seafood, because they know they can win you over with the all you can eat breadsticks.
Not trying to talk bad about them. We go there on occasion just out of convenience. Because sometimes they have good deals and it’s not far. But, we just prefer tracking down a good local restaurant that makes it their life mission to serve good food and has great service. So, if you ever find yourself traveling through St. Louis, be sure to check out some of the awesome Italian cuisine on “The Hill“.
We have so many great Italian restaurants around here. They’re so good they are normally ridiculously busy, especially on the weekends. There’s something so satisfying about fresh homemade pasta and authentic Italian food on “The Hill” or New York’s “Little Italy”.
They have secret family recipes that have been passed down through generations and take all day to cook. However, this Tutto Mare comes together really quickly.
We decided to try a homemade pasta with this, not saying you have to, but if you ever find you have the extra time it’s really not that hard to do. With a stand mixer and the pasta attachment we got for Christmas it went pretty smooth with instructions from the award-winning chef and known master of pasta, Scott Conant.
His video was super helpful and it was something I’ve been wanting to try for a long time. So I was really excited to make one of my favorite dishes from scratch. But don’t worry you can use your pasta of choice, I like a slightly thicker noodle with this like Fettuccine, but use what you love.
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- Selecting and Serving Fresh and Frozen Seafood Safely
- Any mix of seafood will work here, other great options would be scallops, lobster, calamari or even salmon.
- Salt the pasta water really well, as they say like the ocean.
- Try to time the pasta to be al dente (firm to the bite) when everything else is done. So it doesn’t dry out, leave a little pasta water in the bottom of the pot and cover. When the sauce is ready finish off the pasta in the sauce.
- Pasta bowls work great for this because you can have more extra creamy sauce.
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Estimated prep and cook times do not account for making your own pasta. Nutrition data was provided and calculated by Nutritionix, and should only be used as a general guideline. This information is provided as a courtesy and there is no guarantee that the information will be completely accurate.
Ingredients to make fresh pasta:
Instructions for fresh pasta:
Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 1852Total Fat 74gSaturated Fat 32gTrans Fat 1gUnsaturated Fat 37gCholesterol 1125mgSodium 3911mgCarbohydrates 175gFiber 8gSugar 13gProtein 115g
Estimated prep and cook times do not account for making your own pasta.
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