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This shrimp pasta highlights rich Mozzarella sauce, sun-dried tomatoes, basil, and red pepper chips. Simple weeknight supper!

You've gone to the correct spot for shrimp plans! I've made a wide range of shrimp pasta as the years progressed, for example, velvety shrimp pasta with mushrooms and pesto shrimp pasta, and this formula certainly stands apart as one of my top choices!

This formula highlights rich Mozzarella sauce with sun-dried tomatoes and basil. On the off chance that you appreciate these flavors however incline toward an alternate sort of protein rather than shrimp, you can attempt this sun-dried tomato chicken pasta or delightful scallop pasta.


This shrimp pasta an absurdly simple formula that settles on it an ideal decision for a weeknight supper. The formula practically includes just 4 stages.

  • In the first place, the shrimp is cooked in olive oil with heaps of garlic. What's more, while you do it, your kitchen will smell so pleasant!
  • At that point, make the cream sauce by sautéing sun-dried tomatoes and garlic, adding cream, basil, red pepper drops, paprika.
  • Next, Cook the pasta as per bundle directions. Channel.
  • At last, consolidate everything together: shrimp, pasta, and the cream sauce! YUM!


  • Store extras in an impenetrable compartment, refrigerated, for as long as 4 days.
  • To warm, add a limited quantity of milk or chicken stock (or water) to shrimp pasta and warm tenderly over medium-low warmth until the sauce just begins to bubble. Now, go warmth to low, and keep warming the pasta, without stewing.
  • Keep your eyes on keeping the warmth medium or low. Whenever warmed-over high warmth, the cream will isolate.


The rich sauce doesn't hold its surface well when frozen. Along these lines, I don't suggest freezing the rich shrimp pasta.



  • 8 oz penne pasta (for gluten free form, use gluten-free earthy colored rice pasta)
  • Shrimp:
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil (depleted from sun-dried tomatoes container or simply utilize normal olive oil)
  • 1 pound shrimp (without shells, and deveined)
  • 3 garlic cloves minced
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

Rich Sauce:

  • 4 oz sun-dried tomatoes (without oil)
  • 4 garlic cloves minced
  • 1 cup cream
  • 1 cup mozzarella cheddar destroyed (don't utilize new Mozzarella, utilize pre-destroyed Mozzarella)
  • 1 tablespoon dried basil (if utilizing new basil you can add more)
  • 1/4 teaspoon red pepper pieces squashed, add more to taste
  • 1/8 teaspoon paprika
  • 1/2 cup saved cooked pasta water (or more)
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt


The most effective method to cook pasta

  1. Cook pasta as per bundle directions. Hold some cooked pasta water. Channel the pasta.
  2. The most effective method to cook shrimp
  3. Note: if utilizing sun-dried tomatoes in oil (in a container), make a point to empty sun-dried tomatoes of oil, before utilizing them. Save 2 tablespoons of this depleted oil for sauteing the shrimp as portrayed beneath:
  4. Warmth 2 tablespoons olive oil (saved from the sun-dried tomatoes container - see the note above, or utilize standard olive oil) in an enormous skillet on medium-high warmth.
  5. Add shrimp with minced garlic. Cook the shrimp on one side for around 1 moment, until the shrimp turns pink or brilliant earthy colored on that side. While it cooks, sprinkle salt over the shrimp to cover every shrimp.
  6. Try not to swarm the shrimp in the skillet, in any case, dampness will frame and shrimp won't singe right.
  7. Following 1 moment, flip the shrimp over to the opposite side and cook for around 30 seconds or brief more.
  8. The shrimp should be brilliant tone or pink on the two sides and not overcooked.
  9. Eliminate the shrimp to a plate, being mindful to leave all the oil in the skillet.

Step by step instructions to make velvety Mozzarella sauce

  1. To a similar skillet, add sun-dried tomatoes (depleted from oil and cut into more modest lumps, if necessary) and more minced garlic.
  2. Saute sun-dried tomatoes in olive oil (staying from shrimp) on medium warmth, blending, for 1 moment until the garlic is fragrant. The skillet should be hot.
  3. Add cream to the blistering skillet with sun-dried tomatoes and bring to a bubble.
  4. Add destroyed cheddar to the skillet, and rapidly mix in while bubbling. Promptly diminish to stew.
  5. Keep cooking the sauce on low stew heat, continually blending, until all the cheddar liquefies and the rich sauce structures.
  6. If the sauce is excessively thick, add a limited quantity of cream or held cooked pasta water.
  7. Add basil, squashed red pepper pieces, paprika. Mix.
  8. Add 1/4 teaspoon of salt step by step, blending on low warmth and tasting (you may require somewhat under 1/4 teaspoon).

Instructions to collect shrimp pasta

  1. Add cooked pasta to the sauce, and warm delicately on medium warmth.
  2. Add the cooked shrimp, mix it in.
  3. Taste, and season with more salt, if necessary.
  4. On the off chance that the sauce is excessively thick, add a limited quantity of creamer or saved cooked pasta water.
  5. Allow everything to stew on low warmth for two or three minutes for flavors to consolidate.

Note: Make sure to salt the dish barely enough to deliver once again from the kinds of basil and sun-dried tomatoes.