In the Kitchen: Shrimp & Scallop Pasta

WTNH– General Manager Susan Jaskot and owner Traci Planinshek from Dockside Seafood and Grill show us how to make Shrimp and Scallop Pasta.

They discuss how Dockside is not just fried seafood and also includes outside dinning, music and private parties.

These two sisters bought the restaurant 6 years ago and have worked there for many years.

Dockside Seafood and Grill is located at 145 Block Island Road in Branford. For more information go to or call 203.488.3007.

Shrimp and Scallop Pasta Recipe:

Cherry Tomatoes            6
Olive oil                         2 Tbsp.
Garlic                           1 Clove
Chicken Broth               ½ cup
White Wine                  ½ cup
Linguini                        8 oz.
Shrimp, peeled and deveined

In a sauté pan warm oil on medium and add garlic, cook until fragrant but not brown.  Add Scallops and shrimp, cook until tender.  Add broth (can use vegetable both) and wine and simmer for a few minutes.  Add Asparagus pieces and cherry tomatoes, warm through, toss with linguini and serve.

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