Baked Shrimp with Feta Cheese

  • foodieforpeace Posted: 12/27/09
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    We made this as a light post holiday meal (12/26/09). Used cooked shrimp that was leftover so added them at the very end. Also added defrosted artichoke hearts at the same time. As it is winter, a can of drained diced tomatoes worked well. We added more garlic to suit our tastes. We made the whole dish on stove top and the results were great. Served with organic whole wheat spaghetti. Yum.

  • labenzky Posted: 02/27/10
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    This was really good. We had to peel and devein the shrimp ourselves so it took a little longer but it was worth the time. Would definitely recommend.

  • LeahWC Posted: 05/17/09
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    This dish is sickening good!!!!

  • mnybanker Posted: 05/28/09
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    Not bad. I followed recipe exactly and I was a little dissapointed in the flavor. Overall very edible though, and it did have a fresh not too heavy taste to it.

  • MollyMc Posted: 04/26/09
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    Great recipe-super easy, I was very impressed.

  • janinak Posted: 04/27/09
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    This recipe was spectacular! I already plan on making it for a dinner party in a few weeks. Delicious! I made it with the orzo that was suggested and wow! It was great!!

  • tarablara Posted: 02/18/10
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    We love this recipe. I always use canned diced tomatoes, well drained and French vermouth instead of white wine (always in the fridge). The vermouth worked better than wine.

  • wafoodie77 Posted: 05/25/10
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    My ALL TIME favorite pasta recipe!!! This is unbelievably quick, easy, and delicious. I make it often since I can throw it together in about 20 minutes. Delicious with some bread to soak up the yummy sauce (or broccoli if I'm feeling virtuous!). Impressive enough for guests, too--everyone always loves it.

  • cosmogirl314 Posted: 03/22/11
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    This dish is amazing! Added some dried basil to tomatoes and let simmer with wine reduction for a few minutes. Whole family loved it. So quick and easy. Perfect for a weeknight and leftovers are extra yummy. Hard to believe this is a light meal. And only 10 points on weight watchers!!

  • Srbeem Posted: 12/17/11
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    I doubled the garlic and the red pepper to make more spicy. I also added some chopped onions. I used canned tomatoes which worked well, but next time I'll partially drain them.

  • AletheaML Posted: 01/16/12
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    I used canned whole tomatoes (no salt added) and chopped those up. I also used jumbo shrimp, and added a little more garlic. Easy and delicious!

  • kimsiler52 Posted: 07/17/12
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    Light, tasty and easy to prepare! Great entertaining recipe. Add a salad and crusty bead is all you need.

  • ErikInSD Posted: 06/21/12
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    This has been an all time family favorite for years, such a great combination of flavors. I've also made this for company with raving success. My son recently altered his diet and no-longer eats shrimp. So I substituted a pound of cod, cut into 3/4 inch cubes for the shrimp. It worked perfectly and this recipe is back in rotation (now with cod)!

  • MLSMN1 Posted: 03/02/13
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    Easy, great tasting meal. Used 2 cans of drained, diced tomatoes as sub for fresh.

  • hopebarrgirl Posted: 07/29/12
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    This is a great recipe! Highly recommend!

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