Loved this recipe! I almost threw in the whole box of linguine before reading the recipe closer. I DID add a few extra shrimp and more broccoli than called for. It was delicious and I think my husband will actually eat the leftovers!
Creamy Linguine with Shrimp and Veggies
csbunten Posted: 05/25/11
saffronspeaks Posted: 05/22/11
I am a vegetarian, so while I did not eat the dish, I did make it for my husband. My husband absolutely loved this recipe! He not only liked the flavor, but felt satisfied with the portion. This will definitely be added to his favorites list.
LoniRV Posted: 10/06/11
I was initially impressed by all of the vegetables in this dish and the ease of the process. I was disappointed, however, because it just turned out a little bland. My easy-to-please BF wasn't that into it either. I've made better from Cooking Light and probably won't make it again.
JillyBurke Posted: 10/27/11
Lots of great veggies and a nice creamy consistency. Very filling!
erikisst Posted: 07/14/12
I agree with it being a bit bland as the recipe stands. The first time I made it I thought it needed something more. This time around I added ground red pepper (about 1/4 tsp) and it made all the difference! Was the missing piece. My BF loved it and took the leftovers to work the next day. Will be making again for sure!
socialkombat1 Posted: 12/11/12
Worthy of the three star rating - this is a good, solid recipe. I took advice of commenters and added some red pepper flakes, along with some shredded parmesan and romano cheese. I think without those additions it would have been bland. It was so delicious and creamy, and made the whole house smell wonderful - is there any better smell than onions and mushrooms cooking in butter?
sb3386a Posted: 03/14/12
bland, added fresh basil, dried basil and dill. considered added a squeeze of lemon, but the sharpness of parmesan gave it some pep. still pretty bland.
IoneTaylor Posted: 07/05/13
This recipe was delicious with a few modifications. I used fresh whole wheat linguine and left out the mushrooms because I didn't have any, but what probably made the difference was using Philadelphia's garlic cream cheese cooking sauce in place of the low fat cream cheese. Most likely that caused the recipe to lose its low fat rating, but it was tasty. And, yes, the house smelled wonderful cooking the onions in the butter - my husband commented how great dinner smelled while I was cooking.