Maggiano’s Little Italy specializes in Italian-American cuisine served in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Maggiano’s menu features both classic and contemporary recipes – authentic pastas, signature salads, prime steaks, fresh seafood, regular chef specials and specialty desserts. Maggiano’s 46 locations nationwide offer lunch, dinner, delivery and carryout service. Banquet spaces for special occasions are also available at select restaurants. Maggiano’s is owned and operated by Brinker International, Inc. (NYSE: EAT), one of the world’s leading casual dining restaurant companies, serving more than one million guests daily. Brinker owns or franchises more than 1,600 restaurants in 30 countries and two territories. In addition to Maggiano’s, Brinker owns and operates Chili’s Grill & Bar.



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Linguine di Mare

Maggiano's Little Italy Copycat Recipe

Serves 4

1 tablespoon olive oil
2 garlic cloves, sliced, to taste
1 tablespoon crushed red pepper flakes, to taste
1/2 cup dry white wine
12 littleneck clams
10 ounces linguine
3/4 cup tomato sauce
12 black mussels (optional)
8 shrimp, shelled (tail intact)
4 sea scallops, quartered
1/4 cup fresh flat-leaf parsley, coarsely chopped

Boil water in a large pot. Heat oil in a large pan over medium heat, and saute garlic until it sizzles. Add red pepper flakes to taste; cook 1 minute. Add wine and clams (in shell or from can, after rinsing); cover. Increase heat to med-high; cook 5 minutes.

Now it's time to boil the linguine! Cook until al dente. Uncover saute pan; simmer 1 minute more.
Add tomato sauce. Season with salt and pepper. Add shrimp,scallops,and mussels (if using). Cook, stirring, until clams and mussels open, about 3 minutes. Toss with linguine. Add parsley; toss.

1 comment:

  1. Maggiano's Linguini di Mare also has lobster or at least a lobster flavored broth. I don't recall that it has scallops, but it sounds good anyway. Use crushed San Marzano tomatoes instead of just any old tomato sauce.