Cajun Pepper Shrimp in Garlic Butter Sauce over Pasta

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This is a recipe I came up with one night after trying to figure a way to use shrimp that I had left over from a party. I threw it together with some of the ingredients and fell in love with it.

"Tried this tonight after forgetting to stop at the store. Luckily I had some frozen shrimp and spaghetti noodles. :-) I used old bay instead of Cajun (because I didn't have it). It was amazing!! I'll be making this once a week now for sure. And next time I'll try it with Cajun!! Yummy"

- Eirual15

Ingredients

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1 bag cooked or uncooked Shrimp; deveined
1 stick margarine or butter; (8 tbsp)
Garlic Pepper
Cajun Spice
1 box Pasta

Original recipe makes 2

Servings  

Preparation

Melt 1 stick of margarine or butter over medium/low heat until completely melted

Add a dash or pinch of Garlic Pepper

Add a pinch or dash of Cajun Spice

Mix margarine, Garlic Pepper, and Cajun spice well over low heat

Combine Shrimp and mixture in pan until shrimp is cooked or has the flavor of the butter garlic mixture

Turn heat off shrimp and let sit

In a separate pan boil water for pasta

Cook Pasta as desired

Drain Pasta

Pour shrimp and butter mixture over pasta into bowl

Enjoy!

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Tried this tonight after forgetting to stop at the store. Luckily I had some frozen shrimp and spaghetti noodles. :-) I used old bay instead of Cajun (because I didn't have it). It was amazing!! I'll be making this once a week now for sure. And next time I'll try it with Cajun!! Yummy
Eirual15 2 years ago
If this is your first time experimenting with Cajun spice, do not add too much! You will burn your mouth. This stuff is spicy and it is very hot if you use too much. [I posted this recipe.]
LadyCeleste 5 years ago
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