Tagliatelle met spinazie en vis



  • tagliatelle (ong. 100 gr per persoon)
  • vis (ong. 100 gr per persoon, vissoort naar keuze)
  • spinazie (diepvries 100 gr per persoon, vers 200 gr per persoon)
  • knoflook
  • Italiaanse kruiden: tijm, salie, rozemarijn, basilicum, oregano
  • viskruiden
  • witte wijn
  • kookroom
  • zout
  • olijfolie
  • roomboter


Kook de tagliatelle in ruim water met een scheutje olijfolie en een klein beetje zout. Ondertussen hak je de knoflook en de kruiden fijn. De vis snijd je in stukken van ong. 3 bij 3 cm. Doe de visstukken in een schaal en strooi er viskruiden overheen. Even door elkaar husselen en in laten trekken.


Laat in een hapjespan wat boter smelten met olijfolie. Zodra de boter gesmolten is voeg je de fijngehakte knoflook en kruiden toe. Even laten pruttelen en voeg dan de vis toe. Gebruik je diepvries spinazie, laat dat dan nu in een ander pannetje ontdooien.


Als de vis aan de buitenkant gaar is blus je het af met de witte wijn. Voeg gerust een flinke scheut toe, want vis moet zwemmen.


Op het moment dat je geen alcohol meer ruikt voeg je de spinazie toe. Je wilt een saus hebben dus als er op dit punt niet genoeg vocht in de pan zit doe je er water bij. Laat dit weer even pruttelen en voeg dan een flinke scheut kookroom toe.


Tenslotte schep je de tagliatelle door de vis-spinazie saus zodat de pasta alle smaken goed op kan nemen.


Nu alleen nog serveren en smullen maar.


Eet smakelijk!

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