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Easy Shrimp Pasta

Easy Shrimp Pasta

Feb 24, 2016

Feeling lazy? Struggling with the idea of a drive-through? Go to the grocery store instead - this'll only take a few minutes! You probably have most of this stuff at home, and only need to grab a couple of things (if anything!). It'll be much healthier than fast food, and in no time you'll have super easy (but still impressive-looking) shrimp pasta!

And if you forgo the noodles, you'll spend even less time cooking (and eat less carbs ;)

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For two servings, you'll need:

20 cooked shrimp

8-10 asparagus stalks, chopped into thirds

8 oz. package of baby bella mushrooms, quartered

Enough fettucine noodles for two people (I won't tell you what "enough" is when it comes to pasta. We all have our own path in life)

Butter

Parmesan Cheese

Onion Powder

Garlic Powder

Parsley

Salt & Pepper

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First, use a paper-towel to soak up excess moisture from your shrimp. I bought mine frozen, ran them under water to thaw, and then let them sit on a paper towel-covered plate to drain. Press additional paper towels onto the shrimp to soak up any additional moisture if you're impatient ;)

Cook and drain pasta of your choice, and set aside.

Heat your skillet on medium-high heat, and melt a tablespoon or so of butter. Throw in your shrimp, asparagus and mushrooms and toss to coat in the butter.

Toss everything around, adding all of your seasonings to taste.  Once the asparagus is bright green and your mushrooms are soft, add a bit more butter to the middle of the pan, top with parmesan cheese, and mix everything up more.

Add your skillet ingredients to your noodles, mix it up and top with more parmesan (obvs)

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Enjoy!

 

xoxo,
   clarissa
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