Ten Minutes To A Sensational Shrimp Pasta Supper.
Sometimes you just want a quick meal, but you know it still has to hit all the notes. Fast doesn’t have to mean you are giving up anything when you cook with Two Food Nuts! Since we love pasta we’ve learned to take a few simple ingredients and whip up something good enough to serve to company but perfect for a regular weekday supper.
This pasta dish is ready in just minutes because the protein is Shrimp. Even better is knowing that you can use the smaller more cost effective raw shrimp that save you money. No need to use jumbo shrimp as in recipes where the Shrimp is the “star of the show”, even though in this dish it still plays a leading role.
Here’s the Two Food Nuts Recipe for Shrimp in Rose Sauce:
This recipe is intended for two
- Pasta of your choice (we love using regular spaghetti noodles)
- 2 garlic cloves chopped
- 2 Tbsp olive oil
- 2 Tbsp chopped sun-dried tomatoes
- 1 tbsp dried Herbs de Provence or 2 tbsp fresh thyme and basil chopped
- 1-2 chopped fresh tomatoes ( use one if it’s large, 2 if they are small)
- 1 anchovy fillet
- 1 tablespoon butter
- salt and pepper (add a pinch of chili flakes to add zip if you like)
- 1 cup small raw shrimp (you can add them in frozen or thawed)
- 1 cup light cream (we use 10% but you can use 5% if you are fat conscience)
Prepare Chopped fresh Basil and grated Parmesan for garnish on finished pasta.
Set a pot on the stove to cook the pasta. Add plenty of salt. Cook till al dente. Meanwhile make the sauce. In a non-stick skillet, place all the sauce ingredients except the shrimp and the cream.
Add the pasta to the pan with the sauce and toss to spread the sauce over the pasta. Use a bit of the pasta water if the sauce is too thick. Serve to bowls and garnish with the chopped Basil and Parmesan!
This is so fast that the pasta will be cooked in the time you prepare the sauce.You can almost see the flavors in this photo. Do you smell garlic and fresh basil???
Serve with our Not So Secret Garlic Bread for a satisfying meal when you just don’t have time to cook.