Tomatoes and pasta. What could go wrong with this? A classic marriage of juicy plump tomatoes and silken strings of pasta. But, wait. There’s a twist to this recipe! Add shrimp and you have something a little more luxurious.
If seafood can’t be added to the dish due to dietary restrictions, one can always just remove the shrimps and keep it vegetarian or add another meat or poultry of your choice.
As for your choice on the type of pasta, there are 6 pasta moulds that are provided with the Noxxa Noodle Maker, so pick a mould you desire and get creative.
Quick tip: Make sure you clean your shrimp thoroughly (i.e. you should empty the ‘poop chute’). That’s right, we mean you should devein the shrimp.
Sometimes when you buy raw shrimp, you will notice a thin, black string down its back. Although removing that string is called deveining, it is not a vein (in the circulatory sense). It is the shrimp's digestive tract, and its dark colour means it is filled with grit. So, use a sharp paring knife to make a slit along the back and lift out the vein with the tip of the knife.
(use the Noxxa Noodle Maker)
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