Tomato and Wild Blue Shrimp Pasta for Two

Hi Everyone,

Yah, it’s finally Friday!! I know it was a short work week, but I can tell ya the weekend doesn’t come around quick enough!  Since time is running short for me today, I’m going to get right into my recipe.  Today I have for you, Tomato and Wild Blue Shrimp Pasta for two.  This is a wonderful and quick recipe that is sure to please any shrimp loving fan!!  it’s slightly sweet, savory and the big pieces of shrimp, is oh so good!

Tomato and Wild Blue Shrimp Pasta

When I was at the Foodbuzz event this past October I met a wonderful vendor who made Aunt Aggie’s Tomato Smash, which is a tomato relish!  This was the best food at the event, I’m not kidding about that.  All the other bloggers raved about it!  I was lucky enough for Tomato Smash to send me a jar of their fantastic tomato relish.  Yah!  What I like about Tomato Smash is that it is organic and the flavors, oh the flavors is like sweet tomatoes meet savory herbs.  I don’t know what it is, but it’s like they have magical heirloom tomatoes or something?  The company is located in Sonoma County, up near Napa which is local to me and the best part is, they pick their own heirloom tomatoes from their garden to make the relish.  How cool is that?  No wonder why it’s so good!!   It’s sweet, yet it has a nice, almost balsamic taste to it.  I can’t quite pin point it, but it is simply out of this world!  I have been holding off on finding the perfect recipe to use my Tomato Relish and I think this dish is perfect with it.  If your interested in Aunt Aggie’s Tomato Smash, you can check out there website.

Tomato Smash

Now don’t despair if you don’t have Tomato Relish, you can always use your favorite tomato pasta sauce for this dish!  This dish is a snap to whip together!   I cooked up my spaghetti and while that was going, in a large skillet, I sautéed my Wild Blue Shrimp with olive oil infused with basil, a little onion, a little garlic and right at the end I added the Tomato Smash.  I cooked it until the sauce was warm and then dinner was served!  Dinner came together in about 20 minutes.  The longest part was waiting for the water to boil.  I hate waiting for water to boil, so annoying!

Tomato and Wild Blue Shrimp Pasta

This dish was a hit with my Husband.  I know I said to serve only 4 oz of shrimp each, but my Husband ate 3/4’s of a pound of it.  He loves his shrimp and he loved this dish!!  The plate I am showing you is my Husbands dish and there is more than 2 oz of pasta on it.  However I’ll be honest with you, I made spaghetti squash and the squash did not turn out, it was quite bitter and I felt the pictures of my meal were not worthy.  So you’re getting Hubby’s dinner portion instead.  But thank goodness I did make more than enough pasta!  I stole some of his and scrapped off my topping from the squash.  Nothing worse than a bad squash!  Ick!!  Have you ever had a bitter squash?  Not good, not good at all!

Tomato and Wild Blue Shrimp Pasta

Tomato and Wild Blue Shrimp Pasta for Two
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 2 big plates
  • Serving size: 4 oz shrimp, 2 oz of spaghetti
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    A simple classic pasta dish made with plump Wild Blue Shrimp and slightly sweet and savory Tomato Relish.
    • 4 oz cooked spaghetti
    • 8 oz Wild Blue Shrimp, uncooked
    • 1 tsp. basil infused olive oil or regular olive oil
    • ¼ cup onion, diced
    • 2 cloves garlic, minced
    • 16 oz jar of Tomato Smash or your favorite tomato pasta sauce
    1. Cook pasta according to manufactures direction. When you add the pasta in your boiling water, start cooking the shrimp.
    2. In a large skillet add olive oil, onion and garlic. Saute for about 2 minutes until vegetables are slightly tender. Add shrimp and cook until no longer pink. Add Tomato Smash or pasta sauce and heat until sauce is warm.
    3. Serve over cooked pasta or spaghetti squash
    Calories per serving: 407, Fat: 5.3, Cholesterol: 180, Sodium: 856, Potassium: 73 Carbs: 38.7, Fiber: 6.4, Sugar: 32, Protein: 29.4

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    I want to thank Tomato Smash for sending me a jar of there yumminess!  I need to go to Sonoma to pick up another jar.  Next time, I’m thinking of making Crostini’s with it!!

    Off the subject of pasta, tomatoes and shrimp, I was wondering if there are any special recipes you want me to conquer this year?  I know lately it seems like a lot of baked goods, but I want to give you Guys what you want.  So please share with me, what kind of recipes you would like to see on my blog! I’ll do my best to meet your needs.  Plus I’m always looking for new ideas!  Thanks Guys, I really appreciate it!!

    Have a great day everyone!!




    1. I love it when I find recipes like this that are simple but packed with flavor!

    2. Just cooking with tomato relish instead of tomato sauce is likely to make anyone feel like a professional chef. I do love me some shrimp too! Great recipe!

    3. This dish looks delicious! I want to make that southwestern soup you posted a few days ago! I think that will make an appearance for dinner in my house 1 night this weekend! 🙂

      Happy Friday!

    4. I think the number one thing that I’d REALLY like you to make are artichoke hearts. I just recently fell in love with them and the only way I know how to cook with them is out of a jar. However, I would love to know how to make them fresh! So, if you could, put a post about how to cook artichokes and some good recipes to use them with, would be amazing!!!!

      I absolutely love your blog. I visit it daily and I’ve made so many of youre recipes and I’ve yet to have a bad one. So I’m definitely looking forward to what you have to offer this year!

      • Oh Samantha! You don’t even know how many times I have bought fresh artichokes, and never made them! For you I shall try!! I know it’s easy, but I think it just takes a little. I’m going to the grocery store in a bit, I’ll see if they have artichokes and if they do I’ll make them for you and I’ll let you know how it goes! Thank you so much for the support and kind comments, you always bring a smile to my face!

    5. Oh yes, I’d eat 3/4 of a pound of this too! I adore shrimp! YUM!


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