There are so many great recipes that can be created using our Roasted red Pepper and Basil Cream Simmer Sauce. And this is one of our favorites! Again, it's quick, easy and tastes incredible. Give it a try. You won't be disappointed.
We don't believe in set amounts in many of our recipes. That's because we want you to make it your way. Experiment a little...have fun and enjoy yourself! Use our recipes as a guide and go from there!
Prep time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 12 minutes
Serving size: 3-4 people
1 pkg. of sweet italian sausage- cut up
20-24 medium sized raw shrimp-deveined and peeled.
1 Jar of Lizbeth Lane Gourmet Cuisine Roasted Red Peppeer & Basil Cream Simmer Sauce
1 pkg. of dried pasta
1 small handful of fresh chopped basil
Freshly grated parmessan cheese
1. Cook pasta according to package directions
2. While pasta is cooking, saute shrimp in pan with a little olive oil. Set heat to medium high. Cook shrimp until pink in color.
remove pan from heat when finished. Set aside.
3. Thoroughly cook about 12-14" of sausage that has been cut into pieces, in another pan with about 2-3 tbsp. of olive oil. Cook over medium high heat turning occasionally until meat is cooked through. Add a little red wine to the pan and cover the sausage to steam the sausage as well-this will help cook it thoroughly.
4. Lower heat to med. low- and add the shrimp.
5. Add 1 jar of Lizbeth Lane Red Pepper & basil Cream Simmer Sauce to shrimp mixture. Slow simmer for about 5 minutes. Stir occasionally.
6. Add chopped basil to sauce during the last minute of simmering. Stir basil into the sauce.
7. When Pasta is finished cooking, drain and add pasta to the sauce mix in the pan. Stir it all up and serve immediately.
8. Top servings with freshly grated parmesan cheese.
9. Don't forget to serve a loaf of crusty italian bread, too!
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Did you know? A quick way to peel raw shrimp is to grab the shell just above the fin of the shrimp and squeeze while gently pulling shell away from the shrimp. Once loose, pull the legs down and away from the shrimp too--it will all come off in one quick motion.
Try it a few times--you'll become a pro!