Marinara sauce usually refers to a seafood pasta sauce in Australia and New Zealand, however in Italy is just a simple tomato sauce. We have both! Try clam marinara and spaghettini marinara.
Tinned clams can be hard to find, but try import stores. Serve this delicious pasta with crusty bread to soak up every last drop!
Cooked in a delicious wine-enriched tomato sauce, a nutritious mix of seafood makes an elegant partner for the thin spaghettini. Prepare a leafy mixed side salad to go with this dinner party main course.
The prawns and scallops are marinated in a tasty garlic harissa tomato based marinade The harissa adds a depth of spice and flavour , not just heat, as does the sundried tomato, cashew, parmesan paste, with the baked garlic adding a soft garlicy flavour. The lemon juice gives it a lift. Delicious! Eat on its own in lettuce cups ot mixed into spaghetti.
Prawns and scallops seared and served in a tomato and basil marinara sauce over linguine are a great dinner party meal, special but not a chore to put together.
This is a quick, simple and versatile marinara sauce that can be eaten on pasta or part of a larger recipe.
A rich pasta sauce full of mussels and prawns. These quantities will make four large servings or 6 small ones.
This is an Italian marinara, meaning a tomato sauce not seafood. It is so simple and delicious. Serve with grated Parmesan if you like.
Here's a wonderful baked marinara sauce, very easy to make. Serve it over linguine, or rice if you prefer, with a green salad and some bread.
Prawns, scallops and clams go into this delicious spicy marinara sauce for pasta. I serve it with garlic bread and a green salad.
Pizza with Marinara Mix on top of cherry tomato sauce. Before bringing sauce to boil you could add 1/2 cup of dry white wine or a splash of vermouth.