This simple but extraordinary tasting homemade cajun shrimp pasta is definitely worthy of a company. The sauce is rich, creamy and savory thanks to the heavy cream and just a tough of freshly grated parmesan cheese. Sweet shrimp is seasoned with classic cajun spice and sautéed in butter until forming beautiful brown crust. The sauce is flavorful with just a right amount of spicy kick to it. Perfect taste and flavor.

This is a great shrimp meal to make to surprise your pasta lovers. It is original and absolutely not boring.

With no chopping and measuring required this easy-to-make dish comes together in a breezy time. It is a complete filling and satisfying macaroni meal that will please even the pickiest of eaters. Plump shrimp is coated in cajun seasoning and cooked in pan, the sauce is then created using the fond (those browned bits and peaces of shrimp) as a good flavorful base for it. Heavy cream balances out the savory flavors of shrimp and parmesan cheese with a kiss of sweetness.

My family loves this Cajun shrimp pasta recipe. And I love how quick and easy this recipe is to make. Taking shortcuts like using store-bought basic ingredients like creole seasoning and pasta and just a handful of simple ingredients it comes together in less than 20 minutes. So you don’t need much time to cook this simple delicious dinner. Perfect for a busy week night meal. I usually invest in a quality wild caught shrimp that is on a larger size. It tastes so much better, and remember that shrimp cooks very fast. Overcooked shrimp is rubbery and chewy, nobody likes that. This dish is pretty rich so I like to serve it with a fresh garden salad with chopped crunchy celery just to brighten up the meal. This indulgent shrimp pasta dish is always a huge hit. It will be your favorite food, I promise. Enjoy!