This was a great base recipe, but I made a couple of changes. 1. Only use ONE-QUARTER of the amount of Cajun seasoning specified. I used McCormick's Perfect Pinch Cajun seasoning, and maybe's it's really spicy, but two tablespoons would have been way too much. 2. I used fettuccine pasta because I didn't have angel hair, but I'm sure angel hair pasta would be good too. 3. Reduce the amount of flour slightly, and don't cook for the full five minutes. One or two minutes is plenty. Also, I added the Cajun seasoning right before I added the milk, not with the flour, because I didn't want it to burn. 4. Don't add extra salt, but do add 1/4 to 1/3 cup freshly grated parmesan. I just whisked it in after the sauce had thickened. With these changes, this was a super-easy recipe for a delicious shrimp pasta!
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This was a great base recipe, but I made a couple of changes. 1. Only use ONE-QUARTER of the...