Shrimp and Pasta
Pasta and shrimp make a great match in these recipes that combine all types of flavorful ingredients to go from rich and creamy to savory and spicy. Try them all and let your family pick a new pasta and shrimp favorite.See Popular Shrimp and Pasta Recipes
Packed with pasta, shrimp and vegetables, this easy recipe is a complete meal.
Look for bags of fresh stir-fry vegetables in the produce aisle. The mixture of vegetables will vary but usually have carrots, celery, bok choy, bean sprouts and broccoli.
If only we could all have an Italian grandmother who would teach us to prepare fresh pasta. This is the next best thing. Peppery arugula and shrimp are tossed in a red pepper oil, before joining the cavatelli in a symphony of flavor. Add some breadsticks and dinner is served.
Packed with shrimp, artichoke hearts and kalamata olives, this 20-minute pasta recipe showcases the delicious ingredients used in Mediterranean cooking.
Make your own marinara in minutes by combining tomatoes, sugar, oregano and red pepper flakes, then use it to top this shrimp pasta, stuff inside lasagna or layer on spaghetti and meatballs.
I drizzle on a bit of extra-virgin olive oil to finish this pasta.
Stir apricots, cranberries, and hazelnuts into couscous to make a pilaf-style accompaniment for the spicy-sweet apricot-glazed shrimp.
Be sure to serve this garlic-laden dish with lots of bread so everyone can sop up all of the delicious sauce.
When fresh baby artichokes are not available, use frozen artichoke hearts for this vegetable, pasta, and shrimp main dish recipe.
Sauteed shrimp served over couscous and spinach makes for a complete meal.
Shrimp and vegetables in a light wine sauce make up this low-calorie pasta dinner.
Pad Thai is Thailand's most well known noodle dish, which you'll find on almost all Thai restaurant menus in America. A trip down the Asian-foods aisle in the supermarket should lead you to its traditional ingredients, such as rice noodles and fish sauce.
Roasting garlic, as for this shrimp dish, results in a mellow, buttery paste. Also use roasted garlic to spread on Italian bread or stir into mashed potatoes.