It’s buttery and juicy plum, which comes with Angel Pasta with Garlic Butter Shrimp. This is one of the easy recipes that can prepare within 15 minutes. Because you want to save the chopping time, you don’t like to bite the small pieces of garlic. This pasta recipe needs just a pot while needs the lowest time as well. Its lemon provides an amazing brightness with taste to the dish, which complements shrimp perfectly. Here, fresh shrimp with lemon and buttery garlic go for a different resolution. This recipe will make you for shrimp while it hates many people. So, there is a good chance for shrimp that comes with the best appearances. Because, you can love shrimp with your family, but don’t know the recipe to cook it rightly.
And, this is the recipe of the Angel Pasta with Garlic Butter Shrimp that changes your mood of getting food with details.
What you need:
- Angel hair pasta – 8 ounces that previously cook as directed on the package.
- Butter – ½ cup, which unsalted
- Garlic – 1 teaspoon, which powder
- Large shrimp – 1 lb that previously clean, de-vein and peeled
- Salt – ½ teaspoon
- Pepper – ½ teaspoon
- Lemon juice – ¼ cup
- Lemon zest – 1 teaspoon which is optional
How to make it:
Cook the pasta that directing on the package and make it drain while keeping it aside.
Take a large skillet and add butter which needs to heat with medium temp in an oven.
Season it with pepper and salt while adding the shrimp. Cook it for up to 3 minutes until its cooking complete through, which indicate its pinkness. Turn over the shrimp halfway while cooking. The cooking time may vary when the shrimp sizes, as well as the pan using, are large in sizes. Avoid overcooking that shrimp becomes tough and rubbery.
Now, put lemon juice along with optional lemon zest that needs to stir to combine them.
Reduce the heat lower while adding pasta, shrimp to the skillet and toss them well to mix and coat. Now, check the taste while seasoning balance and make any desire tweaks like salt, garlic powder, pepper etc.
Finally, serve it immediately, because the dish is the tastiest when it’s warm.