Seafood Linguine

I’ve been at home for the past week and we haven’t really been cooking much. It’s been freezer-this and sandwich or soup-from-a-can that. But over the weekend I had a chance to make one of my favorite go-to easy dinners that tastes like it could come from a restaurant. I call this “seafood linguine”, because you can use shrimp, scallops, or other types of seafood (a shrimp/scallop combo might be nice) and it is very versatile. I haven’t tried it, but I think you could even do this with chicken. We served this with parmesan cheese toast on the side and corn on the cob.

Ingredients:

1/2-1 pound of shrimp
One tomato
6 white ( or crimini) mushrooms
3 cloves of garlic
Cilantro (to taste)
Olive oil (for cooking)
Linguine 

Recipe:

1. Heat olive oil in pan. Once hot, add minced garlic.

2. Cook garlic to a golden color and add the chopped mushrooms.

3. Add peeled shrimp and cook thoroughly.

4. Add the chopped tomato and simmer over low heat.

5. Add the cilantro and reduce heat until wilted.

6. Enjoy!

Post by: Melissa
Photos by: Melissa

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