This is a very colourful dish which features many styles – English, Italian and French – many textures and, of course, many flavours. If you do not have the time to make your own pasta, there are many good-quality fresh and dried pastas available in the shops.
To make the fettucine, roll the dough through a pasta machine several times until it becomes about
Pre-heat the grill to medium and butter and season a flameproof baking tray.
To make the ratatouille, cut the vegetables into
Lay the sea bass fillets on the prepared tray skin side up and cook under the medium grill for about 8 minutes.
While the fish is cooking, boil a large pan of water with the olive oil and
Warm the ratatouille sauce and spoon it on to hot plates. Sit the fettucine in the middle and lay the grilled sea bass on the top.
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