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This is a lovely dish- great taste and eye appeal and it goes together quickly! I used olive oil Pam spray, as we've been watching our calories since the holidays, and seeded the chopped tomatoes before adding them. I think there may be a typo for the second step- should it be the garlic instead of the shrimp, since the garlic's not mentioned elsewhere in the recipe?Anyway, I sauteed the garlic, added the shrimp, then the rest of the ingredients. The feta melts into a nice sauce, making this a fresh,healthy, and thoroughly delicious meal!A definite keeper!
Really a great dish. I (as another reviewer recommended) added Kalamata olives. Other than that, spot on! My wife doesn't eat shrimp and wasn't even interested until I had everything made and mixed (other than the shrimp) and she tasted it and requested a plate! The artichokes somehow bring it all together in a great way... I'll be making this quite a bit!
Delish!! I'm eating this right now. I didn't have any artichoke hearts so I made this recipe without them but followed everything else and it turned out nicely. :)
YUM-O!!!! LOVED this! I decreased the olive oil significantly and increased the garlic to about 9 large cloves. I used marinated artichokes that I drained and rinsed, decreased the feta and increased the tomatoes to 1 cup. I also added about 1/4 cup of quartered kalamata's and served over a pound of pasta. Pure heaven. Truly! Definitely will make again.
WOW OH WOW This was wonderful. I couldn't help making yummy sounds while I was eating this dish. I used a basil tomato feta and didn't use quite as much of the feta that the recipe call for and it was just luscious. I'll be making this one often.
I cut back on the oil and feta but other than that, no changes to this divine dish.
I didn't have artichoke so I used some oven reasted tomatoes. Delish.
I will make this again. Great flavors! I did use chicken instead of shrimp, though. I'm not a shrimp eater but my husband would have loved it with shrimp. Thank you for a great recipe.
There is a recipe I've made from "Saving Dinner" cookbook of a reek-style Pasta that is similar to this except it uses chicken, a different pasta, and doesn't use artichokes. I thought it was pretty good until I tried this tonight. I don't know if I'll ever make that recipe again, now that I've tried this one. I would serve this to company in a heart beat! Thank you sooooo much, NurseDi for posting it!