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Shrimp Fra Diabolo

Shrimp Fra Diabolo
This is one of my favorite meals so I don't use the frozen pre-cooked shrimp from the supermarket, because they're always overcooked and rubbery. Instead, I use the frozen uncooked shrimp. I defrost them, boil some water, and then put the shrimp in and turn off the stove. In just two minutes they turn white and pink which indicates they are done, and they always turn out tender and tasty. The shrimp in the picture are sold as 16/20 to the pound, which is quite large.
The spaghetti sauce is Fra Diabolo which translates to Brother of the Devil and has a nice peppery bite to it.
The pasta is angel hair.
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-17-2018, 06:38 PM
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That looks like a meal after my own heart! Sounds like you now how to cook shrimp. Most people over cook them.
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My 90 YO dads favorite meal!
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Looks YUMMY!!

Will have to give this one a try! Never used Fra Diabolo sauce but sounds like a perfect fit!

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Showed the Mrs this one & she liked it! Is the Fra Diabolo sauce readily available? She didn't remember seeing it at the grocery store.

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Found below at local Giant Foods and was even on sale! Worked out great!!


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Its that a spicy sauce or do you add something to pick it up a notch.

Definitely want to try this!
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308....its definitely more spicy than your Ragus etc plus a much more richer tomato flavor. My Mrs loves a lot of spice(heat) & she loved it!! She didn't add any hot pepper etc.

From Victoria's site:

"Meaning Brother Devil, this spicy number will awaken your senses to a deliciously devilish experience. We've added a dose of red crushed peppers to our Classic Marinara base for a tantalizing kick."

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308....its definitely more spicy than your Ragus etc plus a much more richer tomato flavor. My Mrs loves a lot of spice(heat) & she loved it!! She didn't add any hot pepper etc.
thanks. Don't have a giant food around here. May try Whole Foods or delallos.
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Can make your own with thick marinara sauce and added crushed red pepper or hotter peppers, as you see fit.

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