Pulling an aluminum foil package out of the oven to serve your guests probably isn't the classiest thing you can do, but you'd be surprised how incredibly easy and delicious cooking this way can be. Ain't no shame in it.
This recipe comes from The Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond. Basically, you cook some pasta and make a quick tomato sauce, then you dump raw shrimp over the sauce, and then pour the pasta over that. Then you transfer the entire mix into a foil package and throw it into the oven for 15-20 minutes.
What comes out is a fragrant linguine dish tossed with succulent, garlicy shrimp infused with bold flavors after being steam cooked in fresh, homemade tomato sauce. It was so good I was practically sucking up the sauce with a straw. Well, not really, but I think I may ditch all my other pasta dishes for this one.
A tip: I created and baked the foil package in a baking pan to prevent any liquid from spilling into the oven.
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