How are you? Our Greek Easter is over had a lovely time we spent Easter at my brother’s so it was a nice very small get-together. And so I am back at work and of course blogging, podcasting, and many more other projects in the works. When we returned it was time for me to hit the kitchen for a newer version of one of my favorite recipes Shrimp Rigatoni Pasta. Very simple and easy especially when you can use frozen shrimps and veggies for this recipe.
There is a similar recipe we make in Greece called Astakomakaronada, Greek Lobster Pasta Recipe. Unfortunately, Lobsters here are so expensive that it really isn’t worth it. I had asked at the fish market about 2 years ago and back then the price was about 50 euros for one lobster!! So, I said thank you but noooo thank you!! Shrimps are inexpensive so mainly our seafood dishes consist of Shrimps, Calamari, Mussels and I think one or two more.
So, here is something that you don’t know I have had an Instant Pot Pressure cooker for a while now and have not yet used it. Why? not sure why, maybe because I haven’t found a recipe that kinda wants me to try it out. I’m thinking I will probably use it once Soup Season comes around. Anyone else out there has an Instant Pot Pressure cooker just sitting in the box?
Have a great morning/noon/afternoon/evening everyone!!
Easy Shrimp Rigatoni Pasta Recipe
- ¼ cup olive oil
- 3 cups frozen shrimps
- 2 cups frozen vegetables carrots, peas
- 1½ cups vegetable broth or chicken broth
- 1 leek finely chopped
- 1 package Rigatoni any pasta or your choice
- 4 fresh tomatoes peeled and grated
- 1 tbsp tomato paste
- 1 red bell pepper sliced
- 1 lemon zest
- liter water
- parmesan cheese
- Add olive oil, leek, frozen shrimps into a pot and saute for a few minutes.
- Add in dill and parsley, fresh tomatoes, bell pepper and stir consistently.
- Add in the rest of the ingredients and cook until the sauce is ready. Boil pasta as stated on the package and then add it into the seafood sauce. Give it a few good stirs.
- Garnish with Parmesan cheese and serve hot.
KALI MAS OREXI!! 🙂