If you are a spicy food enthusiast like me you will absolutely love this bang bang shrimp pasta recipe. Delicious, creamy bang bang sauce packs a powerful spicy bite and a ton of flavor to the whole shrimp pasta dish. Comforting fettuccine pasta is a perfect complement to the robust mayonnaise sauce, soaking up all the mouthwatering savor of sauce. Shrimp is roasted in the over seasoned with paprika for an unbeatable smoky flavor. And all of those tasty and flavorful components combined together produce an extraordinary powerhouse of a bang dish.

This bang bang sauce is phenomenal, extra creamy with a little tang it is guaranteed to please your palette. And very quick and easy to make so you won’t waste a lot of time and effort. Just a few minutes, a few simple and non-complicated ingredients like mayonnaise, fresh pressed garlic, Thai sweet chili sauce, freshly squeezed lime juice (you can substitute lime juice with lemon) and sriracha and red pepper flakes for that heat boom. You can absolutely adjust the heat levels depending on your personal preferences. This pasta dish does have a spicy kick to it but nothing overwhelming that will set your whole mouth on fire and you will need to down a gallon of milk. You can also use different types of pasta like linguine or spaghetti as along as it is sturdy enough to hold up to the thick, rich sauce.

This easy bang bang shrimp pasta recipe is a no brainer to make. Just boil the pasta in a pot of boiling salted water according to package instructions while the shrimp is in the oven. Then prepare the best, creamiest, luxurious bang bang sauce whisking together the entire ingredients (mayonnaise, Thai sweet chili sauce, garlic, lime juice, Sriracha and red pepper flakes). Mix it all together for a wonderful culinary delight. Serve garnished with parsley or any favorite herbs.

This pasta dish is seriously addicting. And my favorite part is that how fast I can put it together. It is very convenient especially when you need to put dinner on the table in a quick half hour. But there is no shortcuts in the flavor department, that I can promise. It is tasty and always a huge hit.