Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Paccheri with Casalino Tomatoes,Olives,Capers and Swordfish

After 2 weeks of rain, the sun is shining down on Rome
this Fabiolous Tuesday! I'm a little under-the-weather
however, my passion drives me cook!
My walk through Campo de Fiori was very lively today.
Each week brings more tourists to Rome this
time of year. The market is flourishing with tourist
from all over the world. There are many people out on their
bicycles today enojoying the weather.
There was a man was drinking water out of thefountain
and his companion was picking out flowers.
Though I've never seen them before,
I think they were locals who frequent the open air market often.
Today, I picked up some fresh tomatoes from the Casalino
region. I also picked up some fresh olives, capers,
garlic, a red pepper and swordfish for the dish.

Slice the swordfish into bite-sized pieces.

Sllice the Casalino tomatoes.

Remove the pits from the black olives.

Place a small piece of red pepper in pan
with garlic and butter.

Add tomatoes.

Add white wine.

Add black olives.

Add swordfish.

Simmer until swordfish is cooked.

Add uncooked paccheri.

When pasta is ready, the dish is ready to be served!

Top with extra-virgin olive oil.

The finished product:
Paccheri with Casalino Tomatoes,Olives,Capers and Swordfish

See you next week for Fabiolous Tuesday!


  1. Perfect dish, and love the photos:)

  2. Questa ricetta è bellissima, mi piace tanto la pasta con un sugo di pesce!

  3. That looks absolutely delicious. My husband would love it.

  4. My goodness, this looks like such a light and savory pasta dish. Very helpful photos.

  5. wow...this dish sounds so tasty. I must try it some time.
    Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe.
    Have a nice day.

  6. Hi Fabio, just saw this post in facebook. love this. Thank you for sharing.

  7. Wow, those tomatoes look truly beautiful. :)

  8. Thanks you guys and Happy Memorial Day!!

  9. Sounds delicious! I must make this soon!

  10. lovely. Great photo by photo instruction.