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Non-tomato pasta sauce recipes?

I posted this back in August on another post regarding roasted red peppers. I have a friend who is allergic to tomatoes and this is a great substitute! Hope you like it!

I have an amazing recipe that I have made over and over again and I'm never tired of it. You will need:

*shrimp (thawed, shell removed and deveined)
*cooked pasta - fresh pasta is amazing, but penne or bowties pasta is fantastic too
For sauce:
1 jar of roasted red peppers - use enough to make 2 peppers (or more!)
crushed garlic (2 cloves)
2 tbsp of cream cheese
1/4 cup of chicken stock
1/4 or more of parmesan cheese
olive oil (about 1/4 cup)
red pepper flakes - to taste
In a food pro or blender, combine all ingredients above until mixed thoroughly.

in a separate pan, add a bit of butter, and some crushed garlic and about 8-10 shrimp (shell removed and deveined). Cook shrimp until opaque, add sauce and heat through.
Mix with cooked pasta. Sprinkle with some fresh basil and some more parmesan!
You will LOVE this...

NOTE: you can omit the butter and add about 2 pieces of chopped up bacon, crisp up a bit before adding shrimp and garlic. Another delicious variation..add scallops instead of shrimp!

Bon appetite!

Oct 25, 2010
magstermalone in Home Cooking

Your favorite recipes using Roasted Red Peppers????

I have an amazing recipe that I have made over and over again and I'm never tired of it. You will need:
*shrimp (thawed, shell removed and deveined)
*cooked pasta - fresh pasta is amazing, but penne or corkscrew pasta is fantastic too
For sauce:
1 jar of roasted red peppers - use enough to make 2 peppers
crushed garlic (2 cloves)
2 tbsp of cream cheese
1/4 cup of chicken stock
1/4 or more of parmesan cheese
olive oil (about 1/4 cup)
red pepper flakes - to taste
In a food pro or blender, combine all ingredients above until mixed thoroughly.

in a separate pan, add a bit of butter, and some crushed garlic and about 8-10 shrimp (shell removed and deveined). Cook shrimp until opaque, add sauce and heat through.
Mix with cooked pasta. Sprinkle with some fresh basil and some more parmesan!
You will LOVE this...

NOTE: you can omit the butter and add about 2 pieces of chopped up bacon, crisp up a bit before adding shrimp and garlic. Another delicious variation..add scallops instead of shrimp!

Bon appetite!

Aug 12, 2010
magstermalone in Home Cooking