I was so tired last night that I forgot to post my Bow Tie Pasta with Shrimp in a Lemon Butter Sauce recipe. It’s basically a super easy pasta dish that really doesn’t take more than 30 minutes. Honestly, you won’t believe it until you see it. While I should be staying away from anything and everything pasta, bread and rice, it was a perfect first day back to work after a three-day weekend dinner. I fell asleep shortly after rinsing out my bowl.


Shrimp Bow Tie Pasta with Lemon Butter Sauce


2 cups Frozen Cooked Shrimp
2 cups Bow Tie Pasta
Dried Rosemary, to taste
Dried Oregano, to taste
¼ cup I can’t Believe it’s Not Butter Light
Lemon Pepper, to taste (I usually use a lot)


Boil pasta as directed
In a medium saucepan heat shrimp, add lemon pepper
Then melt in the I Can’t Believe it’s Not Butter Light
Add rosemary and oregano, to taste
Drain pasta, mix together shrimp/sauce and pasta. 

8 Comments on Shrimp Bow Tie Pasta

  1. Just made and had this for dinner… We added fresh roasted garlic and a lil olive oil.. then topped with fresh parmesan cheese. It was AMAZING.. thanks for the recipe.

  2. I love getting recipes like this….They are simple and have ingredients that I am likely to already have on hand. I live too far from a grocery store to be able to just jump in the car and go and get just one or two ingredients. Got to try this one soon.

  3. I found you through Pinterst and just tried this recipe tonight. I LOVE it! Instead of lemon pepper seasoning, I used the juice from half a lemon and fresh cracked black pepper, a clove of minced garlic and fresh rosemary. The only dried herb I used was the oregano. I love how simple and fresh this pasta is. Great for a quick meal. Can’t wait to make it again! Thanks for sharing it!

  4. Made this for my husband a few nights ago and he loooved it! He said it was one of his favorites. I didnt even know he liked lemon pepper before making this. Shrimp was on sale at Publix so I am making this meal again tonight! It was such a simple, delicious meal! Thank you!

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