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What’s not to love about the combination of shrimp and pasta? This sweet and spicy creamy seafood pasta is a quick and delicious recipe that can be ready in just 20 minutes. The only part about these shrimp that is explosive is the flavor. Inspired by the fan-favorite appetizer dishes at Bonefish Grill and Cheesecake Factory, where it gets its name, this recipe takes those big, bold flavors and turns them into a pasta dish. Tangy, sweet, spicy, and creamy, this pasta dish works just as well for company, date night, or just a quick weeknight dinner for your family. Super quick, you can have this dinner recipe on the table in 20 minutes. Pair your shrimp pasta with a crisp green salad, sautéed or roasted veggies, or some homemade dinner rolls. With such a fast recipe, you’ll have plenty of time to whip up a crazy cake or some brownies for dessert.
Shrimp size correlates to the number of shrimp you get per pound. For medium shrimp, like for this recipe, you should get 30 shrimp per pound. Remember the key to cooking shrimp is to not overcook them. They cook quickly, so keep your eye on them. You can use either fresh or frozen shrimp. If you use frozen shrimp you’ll need to thaw the shrimp before cooking. To thaw your shrimp simply place them in a bowl of cold water for about 20 minutes. Long noodles work best for this recipe. If you want you could substitute linguine or angel hair pasta for the spaghetti. No matter which kind of pasta you choose, you’ll want to cook it al dente. The pasta will be tender but will still have a slightly firm texture when you bite into it.
Bang Bang Shrimp Pasta features perfectly cooked shrimp and tender noodles that are tossed in a creamy sauce made with Thai sweet chili sauce, lime juice, heavy cream, and sriracha. This recipe for bang bang shrimp pasta is inspired by the iconic Bonefish Grill and Cheesecake Factory dishes I grew up eating. It’s something the whole family will love. a bite of bang bang shrimp pasta on a fork Made with fettuccini, jumbo shrimp, and a simple homemade bang bang sauce, this pasta dish provides the perfect kick without it being overwhelming. It’s a great recipe for busy nights.
You may have had the famous Bang Bang shrimp appetizer from Bonefish Grill and you may have prepared my homemade Bang Bang shrimp tacos, but have you indulged in Bang Bang Shrimp pasta? If not, you are in for a real treat! Get ready to enjoy everything you love about shrimp, pasta, and Bang Bang sauce all in one saucy pasta dish perfect all year long and that the whole family will love.
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