Shrimp is something that always seemed like a decadent meal to me. Of course I am a fish-noob and have no idea what I am talking about when it comes to eating sea meat of any sort, so perhaps you should not pay attention. Well until I get to the recipe part anyway. So back to shrimp. It seemed the height of decadence, you put it with steak, or dip it in butter, and it’s rather expensive too. But this slightly simple pasta meal will help you feel like you’re on the list of well-to-do when serving it too! This sauce has been adapted from Emeril Legasse’s Alfredo recipe, and if anyone, he knows how to do it right.
*Do not rinse the pasta. This will prevent the sauce from sticking to it.
**Do not put oil in the pasta water when boiling, this will also prevent the sauce from sticking to the pasta.
***Use real parmesan cheese for this recipe, the hard pellet stuff you get in the cans will not melt properly. You can substitute a preferred cheese instead of parmesan, it is expensive.
Butter and heavy cream make this pasta dish absolutely creamy and rich. The shrimp and vegetables give a great little sweet tang and loads of colour to the whole thing. All in all another successful step towards eating more seafood.
Marinated For Good Measure
Heat it up or chill it out with your choices of curry paste and chili sauce. This saucy chicken recipe goes well over a bed of grill roasted vegetables and jasmine rice.View Details
With Rum BBQ Sauce
Nice and crispy skin with a sweet and tangy sauce caramelized over top. Tuck in to these legs, but beware, you will need some wet-naps.View Details
Nice Meat Spice
Ghost Pepper Turkey Meatballs are pretty versatile. Paired with pasta and marinara, or eaten as an appetizer, you can’t go wrong with these spicy bites of meaty goodness.View Details
With Smoked Bacon
What better way to use the last of that delicious sourdough bread that to make it into the best holiday side dish ever invented?View Details
So good it's spooky!
Fresh vegetables and grilled beef make up the bones of this dish, but watch out, it bites back! I really suggest that you serve your Ghost Pepper Chili with a dollop of sour cream, some cheese or a tall and cold glass of milk.View Details
With Mashed Potato Icing
Mini meatloaves make my mouth water. They’re great for after a day of raking leaves in the chilly fall air.View Details
on Sourdough Rolls
These Barbecue Beef Sandwiches are delicious, served up on warm and crusty sourdough bread, and topped with your favourite toppings.View Details
with Carrots, Parsnips and Onions
Use seasonal vegetables like carrots, broccoli, parsnips and onions to make this Autumn Slaw.View Details