Shrimp PastaShrimp Pasta coming from an Italian restaurant kitchen can only mean one thing: it's almost ready. In Ft. Worth Italian restaurant, Chef Point Café, this entrée is made with gulf shrimp, fresh mushrooms, spinach and baked pine nuts. This heavenly dish is then topped with lemon butter sauce and served on a bed of angel hair pasta. It's seafood and pasta perfection made to order and it can be yours. Shrimp are tasty creatures with an interesting background that involves Italian cuisine.
Shrimp are crustaceans which are generally much smaller than their distant relatives, the lobsters. Shrimp are found in many parts of the world in bays, seas and oceans but can be found in freshwater too. They can also be found in a delicious pile of Shrimp Pasta in a Ft. Worth Italian restaurant. These animals live near the bottom of whatever water body of they inhabit. They can swim backwards and live with other shrimp in schools.
The Italians had the right idea to incorporate shrimp into pasta dishes. An Italian restaurant may use this type of seafood in dishes like garlic shrimp pasta, Italian cacciucco, shrimp Alfredo and shrimp marinara. Featuring these succulent creatures in such dishes dates as far back as the 17th century. It makes perfect sense that Italy makes fine food out of something caught from the sea since this country is practically surrounded by the Mediterranean. Traditional cooks may use lemons, parsley, olive oil, capers and garlic to season with. Not to worry though, a similar meal can be ordered in a Ft. Worth Italian restaurant.
Just like many things in life, there are many varieties of shrimp. An authentic Italian restaurant will traditionally rely on what is caught daily around Southern Italy so this seafood will be fresh. Common types of gulf shrimp used in global cuisine include pink, white and brown. These shrimp will not live long in captive environments so they must be caught wild. Chef Nwaeze uses gulf shrimp in this yummy entrée he serves at his Ft. Worth Italian restaurant.
When you're up for a fine meal at an Italian restaurant, come give Chef Point Café a try. And when you come, live a little. In other words- don't skimp, get the shrimp. The Shrimp Pasta is unbelievable and can leave patrons begging for seconds. The sauce, the shrimp, the pasta- it's all just so darn good.