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This simple and quick recipe is excellent for coastal Hampton Roads, Virginia. One thing that Hampton Roads does fairly well is seafood. The seafood dishes local to this area are often simple but good: often locals will steam seafood with a dash of local Old Bay seafood spice. And that is good enough. As simple as it is; it is very delicious. Our Red Rosemary Shrimp Pasta is a little more complex than the traditional local flavors of Hampton Roads, although there are some more complex dishes out there.
Red Rosemary Shrimp Pasta
Prep time: 12 minutes
Cook time 30 minutes
- Organic Penne Pasta
- Organic 3/4 pound shrimp (approximately 50 average size shrimp) de-shelled and de-veined
- Organic 1/2 yellow onion
- 1 Organic small jalapeno pepper* optional
- Organic Salt* to taste (Pink Himalayan salt suggested)
- Organic Pepper* to taste
- Organic Oregano* to taste
- 1 Organic can 15 ounces organic tomato sauce
- 1 1/2 Cups of Organic crushed tomatoes
- Organic Olive Oil
Boil Pasta until al dente. Drain pasta. Place aside.
Place tomato sauce and crushed tomatoes in sauce pan. Season tomato sauce with salt, pepper and oregano to taste allow to simmer for 25 minutes.
Salt, pepper and oregano shrimp and vegetables. Dice yellow onion and jalapeno pepper and saute in olive oil with cleaned shrimp. A few minutes before shrimp are fully cooked add Red Tomato sauce to shrimp and vegetables. Cook in pan for about 5 minutes and serve over pasta.
Enjoy this hearty seafood dish year around.
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