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Creamy Garlic Pesto Shrimp

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
  • 30 mins
  • Serves 8
  • Easy

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Have you ever had the cravings for a dish that is both delicious and light at the same time? If so, then the Creamy Garlic Pesto Shrimp is the dish for you. It is meant to be a nice blend of flavors that not only complement one another but act as a match made in heaven. The shrimp and pesto are undoubtedly the star of the dish while the mushrooms, tomatoes and an assortment of different veggies can prove to be incredibly helpful in taking the dish to the next level. In addition to bursting with flavors, this is also a dish that can be prepared in as little as 15 minutes.

Make sure that the mushrooms, tomatoes and all the other vegetables you choose are as fresh as possible. There’s no limit to just how much you can add but make sure the combinations go well together. For the pesto, you can use your favorite brand or make it at home.

Things to be careful about:

  • In case you do attempt to make it extra creamy then use an equal amount of cream and pesto.
  • Bring the water to boil before tossing in the pasta.

Make sure you dry the shrimp before tossing it into the pasta.

Health benefits:

The creamy garlic pesto shrimp is rich in fiber as well as sodium. Other than that, it has a low amount of fat in it along with a high concentrate of carbohydrates, making it an ideal dish for your dietary needs.

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How to Make Creamy Garlic Pesto Shrimp

  1. Make sure you heat the oil in a large skillet.
  2. Add the shrimp first and let it cook for 1 minute.
  3. Throw in the mushrooms, tomatoes and the garlic.
  4. Properly stir these for 1-3 minutes.
  5. Keep cooking and stirring till the shrimp are pink.
  6. Add the pesto and the cheese.
  7. Let the pan simmer for 3-5 minutes so the sauce can thicken.

Trivia:

  • It might come as a surprise but pasta was not invented in Italy, but halfway around the world, in China.
  • According to the International Pasta Organization, there are more than 600 different kinds of pasta, as well as more than 15,000 dishes involving pasta.

The word “pasta” has its origins in Greek and Latin. It means “barley porridge” in Greek and “dough pastry cake” in Latin.

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