Pasta jollof and shrimp. Shrimp Jollof Pasta is a delicious Nigerian style pasta cooked in delicious roasted bell pepper mix with shrimp, this could serve as a quick weeknight. It's a very nice dish, take it to another level by adding shrimps but if you're allergic to shrimps add any protein of your choice. I added sliced bell peppers(tatashe) to it, you don't have to add it if you don't want to.
I told you that they will never ever be satisfied with your version. I had tried to make jollof spaghetti in the past, and it was not a success! It tasted okay, but it was missing that special "jollof-ness" for some reason. You can cook Pasta jollof and shrimp using 7 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Pasta jollof and shrimp
- It’s of Prawn.
- Prepare of Pasta.
- You need of Tomato paste.
- Prepare of Dry pepper.
- Prepare of Boiled eggs.
- You need of boiled Beef.
- You need of Seasoning.
We Nigerians LOVE to ram it down the throats of the world that we remain the purveyors of jollof perfection: that right balance between tomato and spice. Making Jollof Spaghetti is almost the same as making the Nigerian Jollof Rice, I only add a little twist to this recipe to make it a more suited. Are you bored with everyday spaghetti and sauce try this Jollof Spaghetti – An easy to make recipe with just a couple of ingredients and your lunch or dinner. This easy and healthy Italian shrimp pasta is one of the best shrimp pasta recipes ever!
Pasta jollof and shrimp instructions
- Boil the pasta and set aside.
- Boil the tomato and pepper.
- Then pour the boiled pasta inside the tomato and add seasoning with your boiled meat and egg.
- Add the shrimp and cook until the sauce is dried.
This proper Italian shrimp spaghetti is exactly like how it's served in restaurants in Italy. I spoke to chefs, home cooks and restaurateurs while traveling in Italy. Shrimp are served with linguine pasta in a white wine-and-butter sauce flecked with fresh parsley for a quick and impressive main dish. How did we all agree on this date? Do we need a day to celebrate the awesomeness that is Jollof?