Shrimp Scampi with Peppers and Spinach - simple seafood meal that's ready under 30 minutes. Garlic butter shrimp, angel hair pasta and sauteed spinach with peppers.
This post is sponsored by Gorton's Seafood.
Today, we are partnering with Gorton's Seafood, to show you how to use their Simply Bake Shrimp Classic Scampi. It is perfect for seafood meals when you don't want to deal with raw shrimp and the mess of cleaning them. Simply pair Gorton's Simply Bake Shrimp Scampi with Angel Hair pasta and sauteed garlic, spinach and bell peppers. Toss everything together for a simple meal any day of the week.
This flavorful Shrimp Scampi is so easy to put together, all thanks to the fact that the shrimp cooks in the garlic Parmesan buttery sauce in a bag that seals the flavor. All you need to do is place it in the oven and let it bake. In the meantime, cook the pasta. I chose Angel hair because it is thin and light, perfect to go with shrimp. I also chose red bell pepper and spinach for a pop of color and added texture. This meal is perfect for busy weeknights but also great if you want to make a dinner for two that's impressive yet easy.
Gorton’s brings us wild-caught, sustainably sourced seafood. The Simply Bake Shrimp Classic Scampi allows you to make a restaurant-style meal right in your kitchen with ease. The shrimp and garlic butter sauce are packed in an oven bag. There are two bags in the package which makes it easy to use the number of servings you need. In the time it takes for the shrimp to cook, you can prepare pasta and saute the vegetables.
Craving more ideas? Check out our other recipes created with Gorton's Seafood products:
Asian Chopped Salad with Gorton's Pollock Tenders
Crispy Fish Greek Rice Bowls with Gorton's Crunchy Breaded Fish Fillets
Shrimp Scampi with Spinach and Peppers
- 1 oven bag from Gorton's Simply Bake Shrimp Classic Scampi
- 2 teaspoons olive oil
- 1 teaspoon minced garlic
- ½ red bell pepper
- 2 cups fresh spinach
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- 4 oz. dry angel hair pasta
- Remove Oven Bag from Gorton's package and prepare as directed on the box.
- In the meantime, bring a pot of water to boil. Add salt and pasta to water and cook until al dente. Drain and keep warm.
- In a medium pan, heat up olive oil. Add garlic and pepper and saute until pepper is soft.
- Add spinach to pan and saute until wilted.
- Toss pasta with sauteed vegetables.
- Add cooked shrimp to pasta and gently toss together.
- Serve garnished with red pepper flakes and chopped parsley.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by Gorton's Seafood. All text, photos and opinions are 100% my own.