Seafood Pasta Dish!

Hi guys!! So, I thought I would post about this delicious, amazing Seafood Pasta dish. It’s super simple and best served cold!! Below I’m sharing how I put this meal together. Check it out!

Step 1: Boil your noodles-I decided to use spaghetti noddle’s, but you can use whatever  noddle’s you like. Boil for approx. 20 minutes-  As you don’t want to over boil-this can leave your noddle’s tasting gummy like (we don’t want that) the noodle’s are the most important part of this meal. If your noodle’s not hitting-then you can forget this dish!!  Add some salt and a top full of cooking oil to keep your noddle’s from bunching together.

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Spagetti Noodle’s 

Step 2: While your noodle’s are boiling  to perfection- go ahead and cut up your cucumber and unthaw your shrimp, and get your crab meat ready (less than half the pack-crab meat is sweet, so not too much). You will need Ranch and Italian dressing! The creamy sensation you are going to get from the ranch, and the zest you will get from the Italian dressing. You can add as much as you want  until your taste approves!!

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Cucumber

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Cooked Medium Shrimp
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Imitation Crab Meat
 

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Italian Dressing
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Ranch Dressing

Step 3: Go ahead and season your shrimp and place in the oven at 400 degrees for about 10-15 minutes. (Your just really warming the shrimp up-it comes cooked)

Step 4:  After your shrimp is done…go ahead and place everything in the pot with the pasta. Cucumber, shrimp, crab meat, Italian dressing and Ranch dressing. Also, salt and pepper. Tip: Cut your shrimp in bite size pieces -this way there is more shrimp to go around, and you only have to use half the bag of shrimp!

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A big pot of Yummy!!
Step 5: Allow your pasta to cool in the refrigerator for about 45 minutes to an hour before serving.

Step 6: SERVE! Your dish should look something like this!

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Hope you enjoyed!! Thank you for reading! Now, go make your Seafood Pasta dish!!

 

 

Posted: Ivy

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