Recipe: Fabio Trabocchi's Bucatini with Sardines, Almonds, and Dill

 

James Beard Award winner Fabio Trabocchi of Washington, D.C.'s Fiola proves that fish from a tin has much more potential than a tuna fish sandwich in this salty, savory pasta. He infuses olive oil with garlic, then builds flavor with Espelette, chives, and tomato-packed sardines. The final result is a light yet rich sauce with layers of briny and herbal depth. Top it off with crunchy Marcona almonds and fresh dill, and you have yourself an easy pasta dinner. As always, it's important to salt the pasta water, because, as Trabocchi says, it's the only opportunity to properly season the pasta. For lighter sauces such as this one, go heavier on salting the boiling water, as opposed to the seasoning the finished dish.

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