Roberto Paciullo and his popular eatery Roberto's in The Bronx has been serving up mouth watering dishes for more than a decade.
Paciullo visited the Good Day Café to make Seafood Pasta in Cartoccio.
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Seafood Pasta in Cartoccio
20 manila clams
20 medium sized shrimp (peeled and deveined)
20 bay scallops
3/4 cup of cherry tomatoes
1/4 cup of Italian parsley
3 cloves of peeled and crushed fresh garlic
Small can of plum tomatoes
Extra virgin olive oil
1 lb. of fresh/handmade pasta
Large piece of Medallion Heavy Duty aluminum foil
1. With large piece of aluminum foil create a bag with sides folded.
2. Drizzle some olive oil on the bottom of the bag so pasta does not stick.
3. Place pasta on bottom of bag and proceed to layer all seafood ingredients -shrimp, followed by shellfish.
4. Add the cherry tomatoes, parsley, garlic, and small can of plum tomatoes.
5. Add a 1/4 cup of water.
6. Fold over bag and seal shut.
7. Place bag on grill for 8 minutes and cook.
8. Remove bag from grill, let sit for 2 minutes.
9. Open bag onto serving platter and Buon Appetito!
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