Cheese Shrimp Penne Pasta & Spinach


This dish is simply delicious and simple. It’s a great upgrade from the classic alfredo. But, if children will also be eating this dish, I’d recommend cutting the cayenne down to around 1/2 tsp or leave it as is for those who prefer a little of spice.

It was an excellent dish. My family, including my four children, loved the dish. The only thing I changed was that instead of using penne pasta I substituted fettuccini. We’ll definitely make this a regular part of our food rotation.

This was amazing! I made some minor changes. The family requested that I do not add cayenne pepper. I had medium-sized shells, instead of the penne, so I made use of the shells. The portobellos I cut into thin strips, and I had the Jar of red bell peppers roasted that I used in place of fresh. Everyone enjoyed this recipe! It is important to note that I’ve yet to find an alfredo sauce that’s not too salty. Don’t add salt until you’ve had a taste just before you put it on the serve. The sauce didn’t need salt as the salt that was in the sauce was plenty. This recipe is one to keep in mind!



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