Shrimp Linguine

  • Prep Time
    20 min
  • Cook Time
    25 min
  • Serves
    5
Sweet, salty, sour, bitter. Most of us have always classified food based upon these four, basic tastes. Little did we know, back in 1908, a Japanese man named Kikunae Ikeda identified a 5th taste: umami, which is a pleasantly savory flavor. Tillamook goes great with just about anything, so we're bringing you Tillamoomami (Umami + Tillamook) Shrimp Linguine, a recipe that combines umami-packed mushrooms, shrimp, and soy sauce with linguine, butter, and sharp white cheddar cheese.

How To

  1. Generously drizzle olive oil in a large pan over high heat. Sear shrimp for about 30 seconds on each side, or until crisp. Remove from pan and set aside.
  2. Adjust heat to medium and add garlic and mushrooms. Sautee until mushrooms are caramelized.
  3. Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Throw in a dash of salt followed by your linguine. Cook it according to instructions (about 6-7 minutes), drain and set aside.
  4. Pour Marsala over the mushrooms and let them simmer until the wine is nearly gone. Add linguine, soy sauce, and butter. Toss until butter is melted.
  5. Mix in shrimp and cilantro and give the pan a final toss. Serve with a generous helping of grated Tillamook Sharp White Cheddar Cheese on top.

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