This shrimp paste has creamy mozzarella sauce, dried tomatoes, basil and red pepper flakes. Simple weekday dinner! Shrimp Pasta You are here for the shrimp recipe! Over the years, I have made all kinds of shrimp pasta, such as Creamy Mushroom Shrimp Pasta and Pesto Shrimp Pasta. This recipe is definitely one of my favorites!
This recipe includes creamy mozzarella sauce, sun-dried tomatoes and basil. If you like these flavors, but prefer a different type of protein to shrimp, you can try this sun-dried tomato and chicken pasta or the delicious scallop pasta. Simple Shrimp Noodle Recipe This prawn noodle is a very simple recipe, making it the perfect choice for the weekend. dinner. The recipe basically only includes 4 steps. First, the shrimp is cooked with olive oil and plenty of garlic. When you are doing it, your kitchen smells so good!
Next, make a cream sauce by sautéing dried tomatoes and garlic, adding cream, basil, red pepper flakes and chili powder. Next, cook the pasta according to the instructions on the package. Drain Finally, mix everything together: shrimp, pasta and cream sauce. Prawn noodles substitute half and half. What is half? For the sake of simplicity, Half-and-half is a dairy product in the United States, which mixes half of whole milk and half of heavy cream to form a lighter cream. Use 1/2 cup milk + 1/2 cup heavy cream instead of 1 and a half cups. How to store and reheat the shrimp paste Store leftovers in an airtight container and refrigerate for up to 4 days.
To reheat, add a small amount of milk or chicken broth (or water) to the shrimp paste, and then gently reheat over medium heat. -Heat slowly until the sauce starts to bubble. At this point, turn the heat down and continue to reheat the pasta without simmering. Pay attention to maintain medium heat or low temperature. If reheated at high temperature, the cream will separate. Can you freeze it? Cream sauce does not maintain its texture well when frozen. Therefore, I do not recommend frozen creamy shrimp paste. How to make it gluten-free Use gluten-free brown rice macaroni or any other type of gluten-free pasta. You can use gluten-free lentil macaroni or gluten-free quinoa pasta. Cook gluten-free pasta according to package instructions. Then drain and rinse with cold water to prevent the gluten-free pasta from becoming mushy and sticky.
Tips and tricks Use sun-dried tomatoes in oil. They are usually sold in glass jars. Drain as much sun-dried tomatoes from the oil as possible before using in this recipe. Use the oil in the jar to fry the garlic shrimp, being careful not to overcook it. Please note that shrimp can easily be overcooked, which will make them firm and elastic and not very tasty. This is why it is important to prepare all the ingredients, prepare this recipe as soon as possible and serve it immediately. This way you won't give the shrimp a chance to sit down and cook it with your own juice. Use short pasta (macaroni) and let the sauce cover every bite! Be sure to season the shrimp paste with enough salt to bring out the flavor of basil and sun-dried tomatoes. Don't add too much salt, but don't be stingy. Why this recipe works? Shrimp can easily be overcooked.
However, the great thing about this recipe is that even if you overcook the shrimp, you will hardly notice it because the shrimp will be covered in the most delicious cream sauce, which will keep the shrimp moist and soft. Pasta recipes I often cook with shrimp and pasta, so if you want to try other recipes, please check these: Creamy Mushroom Mushroom Pasta-this is one of the most popular recipes on my website! Spicy Shrimp Pasta with Garlic Tomato Cream Sauce-Grilled prawns in olive oil with crushed red pepper, chili powder and salt, then soaked in a spicy cream sauce made of minced onions, garlic, tomatoes and cream. Shrimp and Mushroom Pasta-Basil and mushroom pesto go great with shrimp! Creamy Four Cheese Pasta Sauce Garlic Shrimp Alfredo-Shrimp served with creamy pasta sauce and white cheese.