Shrimp Alfredo With Rotelle Pasta

Shrimp Alfredo With Rotelle Pasta

Earlier this year and as a 30 before 30 Goal, I made the decision to cook more. Sunday dinners are always in my apartment, but I barely even make a salad most days. Since I was home alone on Valentine’s day I took the initiative to stop being lazy and make dinner for myself. Out of the hundreds (possibly more) recipes on my Pinterest board, I decided to make Shrimp Alfredo With Rotelle Pasta and wanted to have dinner sooner than later, so I purchased pre-packaged shrimp and Alfredo sauce.


  • Medium sizesd shrimp (I chose the SeaPak brand and purchased extra pre-cooked, deveined shrimp later on)
  • Rotelle Pasta
  • 1 jar of Alfredo Sauce (you can also make the Alfredo sauce from scratch)

SeaPak Shrimp


alfredo sauce

As you can see, I bought the generic Stop and Shop branded pasta and Alfredo sauce. I personally don’t see a difference in taste, but the price is a big difference (couldn’t beat .89 cents a pack). I cooked the rotelle pasta according to the package directions, drained the water and emptied the contents into a bowl when it was fully cooked.


Cooking the shrimp using SeaPak was super easy. As mentioned, I made the shrimp scampi and Alfredo sauce from scratch before, so just emptying the contents on a heated skillet wasn’t bad at all. It took about 10 minutes for the butter to melt and after seasoning, I added the extra shrimp into the mixture.



extra shrimp

When everything was done, I added some mixed vegetables to my plate just so I can look like I’m eating healthy. 🙂

Shrimp Alfredo with veggies

I’ve since seen a recipe for Cajun Shrimp Alfredo. I think the next time around, I’ll be making it.

One thought on “Shrimp Alfredo With Rotelle Pasta

  1. Bianca Dottin

    This looks so good! I’m going to try this recipe. I make cajun shrimp pasta all the time and it’s a favorite in my house.

    Bianca |


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