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That's what I love about this website. Searched for Greek Shrimp and had 88 choices! I made an excellent choice with this one. We had a similar dish in Santorini a few years back and I really wanted to have it again. This was exactly what I was looking for with all the ingredients I had on hand. So very good...... I highly recommend giving it a try. I will certainly make this again and again.
I played a little fast and loose with the ingredients for this recipe and it still came out a winner! I used canned diced tomatoes, a bit of pesto instead of fresh basil, more shrimp and less cheese and shell pasta. It sounds like a lot of changes but I think the overall flavour was in keeping with the recipe. And next time I promise I'll make it as written. I know it will be even better. Thank you, Judy :)
Thanks for a delicious recipe! I left the skins on the tomatoes and cooked the shrimp in the tomato mixture. I also omitted the salt since feta has such a strong salty flavor already. It made a lovely meal!
We liked this a lot. My seven-year-old, who had already eaten, wouldn't stay away from my shrimp! I drank all my white wine the night before, so I couldn't add any to this :( Next time! Also, my oven isn't working, so I did it all on the stovetop, but it was great. I also used penne since that's what I had.
Judy this is delicious! I did follow FlemishMinx's idea to put the shrimp in the sauce instead of the oil. I'll use Roma tomatoes next time as the ones I used were watery. DH said "This is a keeper; make it again." It goes into "My Favorites" cookbook. Thank you for sharing it.
We loved this delicious dish ! I used 1 kg shrimp and 250 g pasta (radiatorre), and had plenty of liquid sauce for these amounts. Instead of cooking the shrimps in the additional 4 TBS oil, I just added them in to the simmering tomato mixture briefly (just till they turned pink) before putting all in the baking dish (that saved alot of fat calories, I think, and didn't harm the taste one bit). Thanks for posting this great recipe !
This is a very delicious recipe - even my fussy step-daughter and her friend had seconds. I used a mix of shrimps and clams, and used a little more feta, and basil than called for. I left it in the oven for about 10 minutes - until the feta begins to brown a little. I served it over fusili and with stuffed olives on the side.
Judy, this dish was absolute heaven! I made this tonight using fresh basil and tomatoes from my garden, and also penne pasta instead of rigatoni, and also cut down on the oil, probably used more than half pound of feta (I didn't measure), we are big-time feta lovers. This was delicious, I can't wait to make it again, thanks for sharing...Kittencal:)
An excellent dish with wonderful flavour! In order to reduce the fat and calories a bit, I used less cheese, shrimp and oil, but it still tasted fantastic. I also enjoyed the leftovers cold for lunch. I used rigatoni but I think I would prefer a smaller pasta next time.