In the current times, learning how to prepare home cooked scrumptious meals have become more fun, more healthy and saved a lot of money. Having an excellent process analysis on how to make scrumptious meals is vital because it will confirm that the dish is prepared in the right way, with the right components and an utterly delightful dinner that feed the body, mind, and spirit is prepared. This paper will focus on a systematic procedure analysis on the preparation of shrimp pasta for four servings.
You will need
A massive pot
A large frying pan
Salt and pepper
A ¼ cup of Virgin Olive oil
A colander or tongs
Three garlic cloves
One-pound of dry linguine
One pound of large shrimp
One-pound box of penne or rotini pasta
The sequence of preparation.
First, you will take the large pot, fill it with water from the kitchen sink, and add a small handful of salt. You will then place the pot on the stove over high heat and leave it to boil. Secondly, you will coarsely chop a handful of parsley leaves, zest the lemon with a zester, and if you do not have a zester, use the fine side of a grater to zest the fruit in the same bowl with the parsley. You will then proceed, by carefully peeling, and finely chop the garlic in a separate bowl. Thirdly, check if the water left on the stove has started to boil in the pot, and by now, it should undoubtedly be boiling. Proceed by opening the box containing the pasta, pour the pasta into the boiling water, and cook according to the instruction provided on the package or by following the package directions.
Precisely about four to five minutes before the pasta is ready or done. You will place a frying pan on top of the stove, over medium heat and proceed by adding enough virgin oil to coat the bottom of the pan. Now keep your eyes on the pasta to prevent overcooking. When cooked turn off the stove, cover the pot with a lid and carry on with checking the oil in the frying pan. You will calmly wait until the oil begins to shimmer, and you will continue by pouring the garlic on the shimmering oil on the frying pan and leave the garlic to cook just until it is fragrant. That should take approximately twenty to twenty-five seconds. In the meanwhile, you can clean the shrimp’s tails by removing the black stripe, and cut them into small pieces if you choose or leave them as there are.
Once the garlic has cooked, continue by pouring the shrimp in the pan and season with a few pinches of pepper and salt (Shirai and Yasuyuki et al. 33). Leave it to prepare for a couple of minutes approximately fifteen to eighteen minutes and then shake the pan to flip the shrimp to ensure it gets evenly cooked and leave it for another fifteen to seventeen minutes. In an occasion where you prefer to include green onions, tomatoes, and tomato sauce this will be the best time to include them when preparing shrimp pasta. Soon the bodies and tails of the shrimp will turn from grayish to pink. When this is evident, you will add wine just enough to cover the bottom of the pan and then shake the pan once more to flip the shrimp and ensure the shrimp are adequately soaked with the wine and leave it for a minute or two.
At this juncture, your mouth should be soaked with saliva by the tantalizing aroma from the well-prepared shrimp. After soaking the shrimp in wine for about two minutes, you will then reduce the heat on the stove to as minimal as possible in order to allow warming to take place. Then, open the pot containing the pasta and drain the pasta in a colander or pull the pasta out of the container with the tongs, and toss it into the pan containing the shrimp. Ensure that you leave a little water on the pasta that will be used in forming the sauce. Finally, you will add the lemon zest and parsley, and mix the contents thoroughly. Leave it for a few minutes approximately two to three minutes, and in the meanwhile, you finely grate the Parmesan with a grater on a clean bowl and leave it. You will then proceed to check on the shrimp pasta on the pan and remix the content to ensure it is thoroughly mixed. At times, the shrimp pasta may lack enough sauce at instances where enough water was not left on the pasta while it was tossed into the shrimp. If you experience such a situation, this is the best time to add a minimal amount of water from the pot that initially contained the pasta into the shrimp pasta just to make the sauce. Adding a lot of water may over dilute the saucing making it less attractive in addition to altering the taste hence making it less delicious. Consequently, you should be very cautious when adding the water to ensure that it is just enough and not excess. Then mix the contents once again and finally, transfer the shrimp pasta to a serving dish and evenly top it with the grated Parmesan. At this point, your shrimp pasta is ready to be eaten and should be served while still warm.
Surprising your family member or spouse r with a homemade delicious shrimp pasta meal can be one of the best treats that can be enjoyed and shared. By carefully following the step-by-step process analysis above, you can be guaranteed that you will cook a sweet, mouthwatering shrimp pasta meal that will make everyone keep asking for more. The ingredient used to make shrimp pasta are readily available in the market and are sold at a fair price. It is vital that all the processes are systematically followed to ensure that the shrimp pasta meal is prepared accordingly. Further, you should serve the meal while it is still hot and it should also be enjoyed while still warm for a better and more memorable experience. Moreover, in the recent times, a homemade meal such as homemade shrimp pasta has been considered as a much healthier option, a fun experience, and a money-saving strategy.
Shirai, Yasuyuki, et al. “Discovering New Creative Mixtures of Cooking Ingredients.” Proceedings of the 9th Workshop on Multimedia for Cooking and Eating Activities in conjunction with The 2017 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence. ACM, 2017.