So I think I took my own advice by cooking some Shrimp Alfredo. I believe this was my first time cooking shrimp. Surprisingly, the process did not go as bad as I expected (I thought I would be extremely lost). However it turned out good. In spite of that matter, the actual Alfredo was no issue. Furthermore, I added steamed broccoli to go along with the Alfredo for the night.
First off I had to go food shopping, which I haven't I only God knows how long. As a result, I took a trip to the supermarket, in search for a pound and a half of shrimp and seafood seasoning. I remembered a comment my grandmother made to me referring to old bay seasoning. She let me know that I could not go wrong with it concerning seafood. Evidently, she understands I have a way of potentially messing up a meal (Another story where I almost burned my grandmother's cabbage when left in the house alone. consequently, I left the kitchen... but she still doesn't know this to this day, I hope she does ever read this). Nevertheless, I used the old bay-seasoning combine with redfish seasoning. Admitingly, I can say this my idea, which may not be that big of a deal for you but one for me.
In comparison to the recipe I discussed previously from "Simple Recipe" I deviated somewhat, which is not surprise by now if you have read my previous post. I started of with some choked sweet onions and red and green bell peppers. After cooking these ingredients down some, I added the shrimp (which I already seasoned earlier in the day with the seasoning mentioned above). Moreover I steamed the broccoli and boiled the noodles simultaneously. After the noodles were done, I mixed them in with the Alfredo sauce, which I used Rago roasted garlic Parmesan. Finally I added the shrimp to the already mixed sauce and noodles.
This dish was fun for me due to the fact that I’ve never cooked it before. I also was a bit unconventional when it came down to the bell peppers, which I’ve used