Shrimp Linguine in an Olive Oil Based Garlic Sauce

"Shrimp Linguine in an Olive Oil based Garlic Sauce."
photo by Tammy K. photo by Tammy K.
photo by Tammy K.
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  • Boil water in a large pot big enough for the half lb. of linguine noodles.
  • Put your shrimp in bowl and Fill with HOT water enough to cover shrimp COMPLETELY (set to the side).
  • Chop your Oregano and Garlic Cloves and measure out your Italian Herb Seasoning.
  • Set your saucepan on a LOW heat.
  • In your saucepan add first the Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
  • Then add in your Oregano, Garlic and McCormick's Seasoning.
  • Stir until well mixed. Then add your 1/4 Cup of white wine stirring slowly.
  • Adjust heat to a HIGH Simmer for sauce, stirring occasionally.
  • Your water should be about ready to add the noodles at this point, add them to boiling water now.
  • (If you prefer to leave the tails on your shrimp you may skip this step).
  • At This point your Shrimp should be Unthawed enough to remove the tails.
  • Remove the tails from all shrimp placing them in a fresh bowl as the tails are removed.
  • Add your shrimp into your saucepan and cook until all shrimp are thoroughly cooked. (If you have never cooked raw shrimp before they will be done when there is no longer any Grey color on them and they are red as you would expect cocktail shrimp to be.).
  • Once shrimp are finished cooking remove them from the sauce and place in separate pan or clean bowl to avoid overcooking and set sauce to a VERY LOW SIMMER.
  • Once your Noodles are done cooking Strain them THOROUGHLY and put them back in your pot.
  • Now you may add the Shrimp and Sauce to your Noodles.
  • With everything in the pot set the temp to a Low/Med temp to warm while mixing and stir thoroughly to mix Sauce, Shrimp and Noodles.
  • Serve on a plate in a bowl may garnish with parsley snips or whatever is to your liking.
  • ENJOY!

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