Top Rated Scungilli Recipes

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mamalou
I made this last Christmas as part of the feast of the seven fishes (Italian tradition). My niece hosted that holiday dinner and this was my first attempt at snail salad...her Italian in-laws loved it!
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of Mario Batali
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mamalou
I found this recipe 'somewhere' last Christmas when I had extra Snails (Scungilli) from my Xmas Eve salad. My husband and I could not get enough of it. This is delicious!
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Grace Parisi, Food & Wine FEBRUARY 2002
When I was very young, my father's mother always made a tomato-based sauce for our all-seafood, Italian-American Christmas Eve dinners. In later years, my mother took over the tradition. Sometimes she's happy with a simple tomato-calamari sauce; other times she goes over the top, with shrimp, cockles, mussels, scungilli and lobster. Once in a while she even makes her own linguine to serve with the sauce.
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A very different taste
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Buster's friend
Bright tangy & spicy with the delicate flavor of diced conch throughout. This refreshing summer salad involves a lot of chopping/dicing but it is so worth it. If conch is not available, canned whelk, scungilli, is acceptable. From Sandy Estabrook’s Guide to the Abacos, Bahamas. Cook time is marinating time. Conch is relatively inexpensive here - shrimpers catch them in their nets & few folks know how delicious they are...sssh! I don't want the price to go up!
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International Recipes
2 lb Fresh scungilli or conch1 Wine cork1 c Dry white wine2 tb Vinegar3 Italian Roma tomatoes, to yield 3/4 cup4 tb Extravirgin olive oil1 md Red onion, chopped 1/4" diceSalt, to taste2 tb Fresh thyme, leaves onlyFreshlyground black pepper ...
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Ruby15
Revised: Thanks to JerseyJoe's comments, I revised my reciepe. This is one of my family’s favorite seafood salad. We use can Scungilli (sliced conch - which is one of a number of different species of medium-sized to large saltwater snails). And low in calories.
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JerseyJoe
This is a Scungilli salad so easy to make. Scungilli has only 45 calories per serving so it's not only addictive it's awesome. Enjoy!
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Anonymous
Ingredients: 2 pounds fresh scungilli or conch 1 wine cork 2 tablespoons vinegar 4 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 medium red onion chopped 1/4" dice 2 tablespoons fresh thyme, leaves only 1 yellow bell pepper stemmed, seeded, and chopped 1/4" ...
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International Recipes
2 lb Fresh scungilli or conch1 Wine cork1 c Dry white wine2 tb Vinegar3 Italian Roma tomatoes, to yield 3/4 cup4 tb Extravirgin olive oil1 md Red onion, chopped 1/4" diceSalt, to taste2 tb Fresh thyme, leaves onlyFreshlyground black pepper ...
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