We send you everything you need to cook amazing recipes like this, delivered right to your door. By continuing to browse the site MACKEREL & LEEK RISOTTO Soften the leeks, stir in 140g risotto rice, then 100ml white wine. Where can I find that recipe? You can find all of the ingredients at your local supermaket or greengrocers, and some can be exchanged for alternatives if you are unable to find them. Get social and share your best culinary Gousto creations on: Top with the remaining grated cheese and a very generous grind of black pepper. Gently cook, uncovered, for about 15 mins, stirring every so often. Once evaporated, add 500ml vegetable stock. It is Nigella's interpretation of a Sicilian pasta dish which is made with sardines, raisins and capers. 200g tortiglioni pasta, 1 x 100g British smoked mackerel fillet, 1 soft cheese pot (50g), 1 Dijon mustard pot (18g), 35g Italian hard cheese. Ingredients required to make this really simple pasta recipe are - Pine nuts (take note of the warning above), fresh dill, smoked mackerel (we like the one with black peppercorns), dry marsala, echalion, shallot, sultanas (although we prefer without), and linguine. It is Nigella's interpretation of a Sicilian pasta dish which is made with sardines, raisins and capers. I know that smoked mackerel isn't particularly sustainable these days, but as a comforting treat once in a while I think it is ok. Add more pasta water if you like. The pasta sauce contains shallots, raisins, marsala, smoked mackerel, pine nuts, dill and capers. This delightfully light pasta recipe from Nigella has some great flavours inspired from her experiences in Sicily. Find out more. and cook for 30 secs, Add the shredded kale and smoked mackerel pieces and cook for 30 secs further, Add the drained tortiglioni to the pan with a big splash of the starchy pasta water, then add the Dijon mustard, soft cheese, the juice of 1/2 [1] lemon and half the grated Italian hard cheese (save the rest for later! Try the recipe with other varieties of canned fish. Well, Nigella has created her own version of this recipe by substituting sardines with mackerel. This delightfully light pasta recipe from Nigella has some great flavours inspired from her experiences in Sicily. Add the lemon zest and juice, fish, crème fraîche and parsley and take the pan off the heat. Answered on 4th November 2012, I was watching your show for the first time and we were interested in trying the linguine with leeks and smoked mackerel. Some people can have a reaction to this particular type and can find themselves enduring a nasty bitter flavour in their mouth for up to a week - not a good thing if you happen to be a bit of a foodie! Add the mackerel mixture to the pasta with half the dill, 2 tablespoons of the pine nuts, and 2 tablespoons of the pasta-cooking water. This sauce is creamy and not too rich, lightened up with lemon and capers. Nigella Lawson shows how easy it is to bring the spirit of Italy into the kitchen and on to the plate - using ingredients available a little closer to home. Toss gently. We have used canned mackerel a great cupboard standby and full of omega 3. *Gousto’s nutritional information only applies to ingredients supplied by Gousto. One thing to note about pine nuts is to avoid the ones sourced from China. Reserving a cupful of cooking water, drain the pasta and toss it into the mackerel pan. 200g tortiglioni pasta high protein durum wheat semolina (gluten), water 1 x 100g British smoked mackerel fillet mackerel (fish) (97%), salt 1 soft cheese pot (50g) cream, skimmed milk, salt, lactic acid culture 1 Dijon mustard pot