Shrimp fra diavolo is a rich and luscious spicy tomato based sauce that is usually served over pasta. Crushed red peppers are used for spice and are the key to this diabolo sauce. Fra diavolo (what does fra diavolo mean? It means Devil monk in Italian) is an amazing classic Italian-American recipe that is known for its bold flavors. This spaghetti dish is spicy and I love it.

It is also very easy and quick to make. It takes just a few minutes so you don’t waste much time to cook perfect shrimp pasta dish for the whole family dinner. So save your money and a trip to a restaurant and make this luxurious and striking tasting dish at home. And the best and my favorite part of this shrimp fra diavolo recipe is that it is all made in one pot. The cleanup is a piece of cake so you can spend this time doing something more enjoyable.

Pasta is carb comforting and is a perfect way to soak in all of the robust sauce.

This quick and easy-to-make recipe for shrimp fra diavolo uses linguine that are cooked al dente and then tossed together with the shrimp and the sauce. Dry white wine really helps building up the complex flavors and taste of the creamy tomato sauce together with the aromatic garlic and onions. Fresh herbs like parsley and basil bring in an unbeatable freshness and beautiful pop of green color to this delicious meal. We are turning a can of diced tomatoes into a culinary masterpiece here with all the potent flavors of the rest of the ingredients of this shrimp fra diavlo.

Succulent shrimp is sautéed in olive oil until golden brown and is a perfect pairing for the daring sauce. This beautiful and appetizing dish is simply delicious if you are a spicy food enthusiast like me. The combination of all the favorite Italian flavors is ideal and well balanced. You can absolutely adjust the level of spiciness to your personal liking.