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Video: Angel Hair Pasta with Garlic Shrimp and Broccoli

This pasta dish is brimming with shrimp, broccoli, and garlicky goodness.

 
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In this video, you’ll see how to make a simple, elegant pasta dish that’s ready in less than an hour. The angel-hair pasta is topped with garlicky shrimp and broccoli, and a divine sauce that’s creamy and cheesy, and has a little kick. Get the recipe for Robbie Rice’s Angel Hair Pasta with Garlic Shrimp and Broccoli. And for other tasty ideas, check out more pasta videos >>

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Anita 
Mar. 23, 2014 8:42 pm
I tried this recipe March 2014 and followed the recipe exactly. It was very good though my family and I would prefer more sauce. So next time....I will double the sauce.
 
Wes 
Mar. 7, 2014 6:01 am
I've made this same dish as a one pot for years. When pasta is about done I throw in fresh broccoli florets during the last couple minutes put in the shrimp. When done drain in a colander then pour the mixture back in the pot on a warm burner. Toss with butter and a bit of olive oil to lightly coat, then toss with freshly grated parmesan or other cheese and serve. No added salt, no cream. Just good. It's wonderful with an unoaked chardonnay.
 
NanaLinda 
Mar. 7, 2014 4:59 am
Oh well yes in addition to cutting down on the salt, I was planning to make the recipe with evaporated milk. Sorry, I try to cook healthier!
 
NanaLinda 
Mar. 7, 2014 4:58 am
Great recipe and demo....
 
Charmaine 
Mar. 6, 2014 8:13 pm
I am a wannabe cook.. help. When you advise steaming with the half beer/half water, I am totally confused. What are you steaming? Are you saying to omit the shrimp frying and steam instead? Do you put the shrimp in the beer/water and boil or simply keep them above the beer/water as in steaming?
 
Carolyn Moores 
Mar. 6, 2014 1:41 pm
I can't wait to try this recipe, especially the steaming method of half water, half beer combination including some picking spice. Will my husband from Maine cook lobster using this method vs. Boiling water? I'll let you know upon our return to Florida. Carolyn Moores
 
Mar. 6, 2014 8:45 am
You can always eliminate the salt. Pablo I love your attitude. Food is one of the great pleasures of life, don't deny yourself.
 
Chrisy heaven 
Aug. 6, 2013 12:54 am
Great recipe..wpicone I'll definite add some beer to mine...and serve with some red wine..thanks
 
May 27, 2013 9:52 am
I must try this... I can't stand the off the shelf stuff.... way too much salt. Thanks
 
wpicone 
May 18, 2013 4:18 pm
You should cook the shrimp...first. A refreashing recipe I came up with living in New England as a chief: It doesn't matter weatheryou are cooking shrimp, lobster, Sno crabs, or blue crabs. My elixer is this (and I promise you will never go back to your old ways. 1/2 beer, 1/2 water, equal in a steamer. For each beer/water mix, add 1 tsp of: Pickling spice. No salt or pepper, no "Old Bay". this will be the best steamed seafood you will have had in your life!!!!!!!!!!!! Tom Your comments........ Required!
 
 
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