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Gluten free spaghetti with whiting, red chilli, garlic & curled parsley

A tasty & easy to make pasta dish!
Home-grown red chillis!
 This is a delightful recipe , easy peasy! 
 I used my home-grown red chilli pepper for this recipe!
 It is easy yet so tasty! Make it now!
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Recipe: For 2 persons
300 gr of firm white fish fillets, like halibut or whiting, no skin & bones removed, cut into bite size chunks
2 fat cloves of garlic, peeled & finely chopped
1 long red chilli pepper, peeled & seeds removed, cut into thin rounds, cut across in little pieces
300 gr of Gluten free spaghetti
250 ml of a dry white wine, like Jacob’s Creek , Three vines: A mix of Semilon, Sauvignon Blanc & Viognier wines. It has a crisp, a bit dry, clean & a fruity flavour.
1 tablespoon of Alpro soy baking margarine , this is dairy free ( or butter if you prefer )
Maldon sea salt flakes
a few grinds of black pepper
a handful of curly parsley, cleaned & washed, pad dry on kitchen paper, cut finely
a fruity EVOO ( Extra Virgin Olive Oil)


1. Cook the gluten-free spaghetti according the packet instructions. Drain but keep a bit of the hot cooking water. Keep warm.
2. When the spaghetti is nearly ready, take a large non stick pan & heat up on medium high.
Add 2 to 3 tablespoons of the fruity EVOO to the hot pan. When hot & sizzling, add the garlic & the chilli pieces & stir fry for a few minutes. Add the wine & the baking margarine, turn the heat up & boil for 5 minutes. Stir in the pan from time to time.  After the 5 minutes or until the sauce has cooked in a bit, Add the white fish pieces. Cook the fish for about 2 to 3 minutes  or until just cooked. Add some sea salt & remove from the heat.
3. Add the drained pasta to the pan & mix carefully with the sauce & the fish. Now, add the chopped curly parsley & add some grinds of black pepper. Taste! It has to taste fab!
Serve at once & enjoy with your loved one with the same wine in your glass as in the food!
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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

47 thoughts on “Gluten free spaghetti with whiting, red chilli, garlic & curled parsley

  1. I love the spicy chili with this – really motors up the dish next to the mellow fish. And it’s so pretty.

  2. Wow! Look at your chillis! They are beautiful!

    I have yet to try gluten free pasta, although I do have a bag sitting in the pantry. I love white fish, too. This may be a great dish to make for my first time!

  3. A lovely looking dish, Sophie..and with your own chillies! I enjoy Bill Granger too… his book “Holiday” has a place on our bookshelf. 🙂

  4. This looks fantastic Sophie – I eat brown rice spaghetti and this would be a delicious way to prepare it. Great flavors! Nice new look too. ; )

  5. Looks very inviting Sophie. Bill Granger is one of my favourites – hopefully he will soon be opening a restaurant in London and then I can travel there to eat in his restaurant.

  6. OMG this looks good! I’ll have to make it! I have a question for you, how did you get the “print me” button on your blog?? Oh and I like the map too. How’d you get that one?? Thanks for adding me to your blog roll!

  7. What fun to be able to use your own red chilis, Sophie! I don’t know why I don’t think to use fish with pasta. I use shrimp often enough. You’ve given me a super idea AND a lovely recipe!

  8. I enjoy mixing fish and pasta…especially with your selected accompanying flavours. The only ingredient my tummy refuses to accept is that gorgeous chile pepper you’ve got growing…sigh.

    Have a great week Sophie.

    Ciao for now,

  9. Avec toutes ces saveurs, ce plat de pâtes doit être des plus délicieux.
    Je suis abonnée à ta news-letter, ton changement de blog ne devrait pas poser problème, si????
    Bon week-end et à très bientôt.

  10. This is a wonderfully flavored pasta dish that is healthy too. Awesome.


    P.S. Look at those red hot chili peppers that you have grown!

  11. Wow! this does look so good! I love your chilli plant too! Delicious, Sophie, wish I could have a plate now, it’s near dinner time.

  12. Don’t laugh at me but it took so long for my computer to open these comments, I almost forgot the recipe but I do remember.

    I wish, I had seen it before. It is similar to something I was planning to make but you added the heat and that is so much better.

  13. It’s very satisfying using your own chillies. Love the look of the green parsley and red chillies. In fact, if I left out the fish, this would be a very quick and tasty dish to have.

  14. The colors are just lovely in this dish Sophie. And looks delicious as well. My peppers have quit right now, nice you have them available.

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