MY WIFE Makes a Creamy Garlic Shrimp Pasta at Home i...Davidsbeenhere
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Here are the steps to making Ana’s creamy garlic pasta! It’s incredible and only takes about 20 minutes to make!
1. Wash 1 1/2 packages of grape tomatoes.
2. After washing, cut the grape tomatoes in half. They’ll cook faster this way! You’ll need a really sharp knife.
3. Next, chop your fresh parsley. You can use fresh basil, but to cut the acidity and give the dish a more mild flavor, we use parsley.
4. Take a half a head of garlic. Smash them and remove the skin on each to get roughly 8 or 9 raw garlic cloves.
5. Add a stick of butter to a saucepan and turn it on medium heat. While it’s melting, move on to step 6.
6. Wash your shrimp. We like to use large, wild-caught shrimp that already have the tails removed and are de-veined. We use roughly 3 pounds, or about 3 packages/60 shrimp in total.
7. Add half a cup of olive oil to a bowl. Add a tablespoon of salt, some black pepper, and whisk it to mix.
8. Add your shrimp to the oil mixture and toss them well so they’re all coated.
9. Place your raw garlic cloves in a garlic press and squeeze them into your melted butter. The garlic spreads more evenly throughout the sauce if you use a garlic press.
10. Mix the butter and garlic and let it fry for about a minute.
11. Add your shrimp to the garlic-butter mixture. Do it in 2 batches if you need to.
12. While the shrimp are cooking, fill a large pot with water for your pasta. We like to use regular, organic spaghetti. Heat the water until it reaches a boil.
13. Salt your pasta water.
14. Toss your shrimp so they cook evenly, 2-3 minutes on each side.
15. If you’re frying your shrimp in two batches, leave the butter in the pan for the next batch of shrimp.
16. Add the second batch to the garlic butter and cook them for 2-3 minutes on each side before setting them aside in a separate bowl.
17. Add the tomatoes to the garlic butter in the sauce pan. Turn them on medium-high so they blister, but don’t let them fall apart and get mushy.
18. Strain the tomatoes to get rid of the excess liquid they released during the cooking process.
19. When the tomatoes finish cooking, lower the heat and grab your bag of pre-washed, organic baby spinach. Get rid of any large stalks and rip the spinach roughly and add it to the pan.
20. After the spinach wilts, add 2 pints of heavy whipping cream. While it reduces and thickens, add your organic spaghetti to the boiling water in your large pot.
21. Add 1/4 cup of Parmesan cheese to your cream sauce along with some of your chopped parsley. Give your sauce a stir and a taste!
22. Strain your pasta.
23. Add the strained pasta to your sauce bit by bit and toss it well. Add your shrimp and it’s ready to be served!
This dish is super creamy and I love the tomato in it. The tomato gets absorbed into the pasta. It’s even better than what you’ll get in a restaurant!
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My name is David Hoffmann. For the last decade, I have been traveling around the world in search of unique culture, food, and history! Since starting David’s Been Here in 2008, I have traveled to over 1,100 destinations in 74 countries, which I welcome you to check out on my YouTube channel, travel blog, and social media sites.
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