Garlic Butter Shrimp Pasta

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Garlic butter pasta is a staple in most households, and the addition of shrimp only makes it better. With this garlic butter shrimp pasta recipe, we’ve done all the hard work for you ahead of time. All you need to do is boil a few pots of water. You’ll get bonus points if you add a little extra pizazz, but if you’re short on time, don’t worry -- this garlic herb butter shrimp pasta is great all on its own.

Just like French Quarter Alfredo, each vacuum pouch of Garlic Herb Butter shrimp pairs beautifully with a half-pound of your favorite pasta to offer two hearty, adult portions. We’ve created a luscious blend of real butter, garlic, and an array of fresh herbs including parsley, basil, oregano and chive to liven up the flavor.

How to Make Shrimp Pasta

It may seem like the star of the dish here is the shrimp, but really, it’s the delicious compound butter. That’s what makes this easy shrimp pasta dish so irresistible. That said, it’s still crucial that you get your shrimp just right.

Since you don’t want to be digging around in your pasta for shrimp shells and veins, its best to use a peeled and deveined shrimp. And to make this dish the best it can be, you of course want them perfectly cooked and juicy. With Prime Shrimp, all that is taken care of; just drop the pouch in boiling water and your garlic butter shrimp (which also serve as the sauce) are ready to go by the time your pasta is done cooking.

For some added flair, roast or sauté asparagus, cherry tomatoes or spinach to add more fresh, natural flavors to the plate. Finish with fresh squeezed lemon juice and black or red pepper and have a hunk of crusty bread ready at all times to sop up the extra sauce.