Seafood Pasta

 

Who doesn’t love seafood pasta? In fact it seems the number one problem with cooking seafood pasta is to decide what type to cook! If you are one of those not sure what kind of seafood pasta you are wanting to cook, here is an article that gives you a few tasty options to choose from. Don’t forget to keep checking back with us for more great seafood pasta recipes.

 

 

Seafood Pasta-Big Daddy’s Seafood Market

 

Cajun Seafood Pasta

Cajun Seafood Pasta-Big Daddy's Seafood Market
Cajun Seafood Pasta-Big Daddy’s Seafood Market

What You Will Need:

Two cups of heavy whipping cream
One Tbsp of freshly chopped basil
One Tbsp of freshly chopped thyme
Two tsp of salt
Two tsp of ground black pepper
One tsp of ground white pepper
One and a half teaspoons of crushed red pepper flakes
One cup of freshly chopped parsley
One cup of chopped green onions
Half a pound of peeled and deveined shrimp
Half a pound of scallops
Half a cup of shredded Swiss cheese
Half a cup of grated Parmesan cheese
One pound of dry fettuccine pasta

 

What To Do:

First off cook your pasta in a large pot as according to the package instructions. Then pour the cream in a large skillet. Cook it over a med heat, constantly stirring, until it is just about boiling. Now reduce the heat, and add your herbs, salt, pepper, parsley and onions. Simmer everything for about seven to eight minutes, or until it thickens. Next stir in your seafood, cooking it until the shrimp is no longer transparent. Then stir in your cheeses. Drain your pasta and serve the sauce and seafood over noodles. Serve and Enjoy!

 

Louisiana Crawfish Pasta

 

Louisiana Crawfish Pasta-Big Daddy's Seafood Market
Louisiana Crawfish Pasta-Big Daddy’s Seafood Market

 

What You Will Need:

One (sixteen ounce) package of bow tie pasta
Three Quarters of a stick of butter
One minced clove of garlic
salt and pepper to taste
One chopped yellow onion
One Tbsp of crushed red pepper flakes
One pound of crawfish tails
Two pints of heavy cream
Half Tbsp of crushed red pepper flakes
One bunch of chopped green onions

 

What To Do:

First off, cook your pasta as instructed by the package. While your pasta is cooking, melt the butter in a deep skillet over a medium heat. Now cook and stir in the garlic for one to two minutes. Then season with your salt and pepper. Stir in your yellow onion and the half tablespoon of red pepper flakes. Then cook it until the yellow onion becomes translucent. Next add the crawfish tails and cook two to three minutes, stirring continually. Then transfer your crawfish to another bowl, leaving as many onions as possible in the skillet. Pour in your heavy cream in the skillet and bring it to a boil; reduce to a low heat, and simmer until it thickens. Now sprinkle the remaining half tablespoon of red pepper flakes into your cream. Put the crawfish back into the sauce and simmer two to three minutes. Serve you sauce and seafood mixture over the drained pasta. You can garnish with chopped green onion if you wish. Enjoy!

 

Lemon And Parsley Shrimp Pasta

Lemon And Parsley Shrimp Pasta-Big Daddy's Seafood Market
Lemon And Parsley Shrimp Pasta-Big Daddy’s Seafood Market

 

What You Will Need:

Kosher salt
One pound of linguine
Two Tbsp of olive oil
Two med finely chopped garlic cloves
Quarter tsp of red pepper flakes
One and a half pounds of peeled and deveined large shrimp
One cup of dry white wine
Half stick of unsalted butter, cut into 4 pieces
One tsp of finely grated lemon zest
One-third cup of coarsely chopped parsley
Finely grated Parmesan cheese, for serving (optional)

 

What To Do:

First cook your pasta as instructed on the package. Then heat your oil in a large frying pan over a medium-high heat until it is shimmering. Now add the garlic and red pepper flakes, cook and stir them frequently, until fragrant, about ten to twenty seconds. Now add your shrimp and season everything with salt. Cook it, stirring occasionally, until your shrimp start to turn nice and pink. Then turn up your heat to high and add the wine to the pan. Keep cooking, stirring occasionally, until the alcohol smell has burned off. The liquid will be slightly reduced, and your shrimp should cooked through and are opaque. this should take about four minutes. Remove the frying pan from the heat. Then add your butter and lemon zest, and stir it until the butter has melted, Transfer the shrimp and sauce to the pot with the pasta.
Add your parsley and toss to combine. Top with grated Parmesan, if you choose. Serve and enjoy!

 

 

 

 Food.com-Cajun Seafood Pasta

AllRecipes.com-Richard and Suzanne’s Louisiana Crawfish Pasta

FoodNetwork.com- Linguine With Shrimp and Lemon Oil

 

 

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Originally posted 2020-03-08 12:24:56.

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