8 Reviews

The fetta was the perfect topping. Excellent dinner.

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jdwright April 17, 2011

Absolutely divine, and so easy! I used white wine instead of ouzo, but otherwise made it just as suggested, and...WOW! Crusty bread...a must with this, as the juices are sooooo...juicy!

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La Dilettante October 06, 2010

With last reviewer ABSOLUTELY agree! This is TRULY an OUTSTANDING recipe! Made in casserole pan as well, When will I make this again? Time WILL tell! Used half feta, half grated parmesan cheese! 3 teaspoons HEAPS as chili does please! The Ouzo is a MUST as the taste is there, This is one of those recipes that shows you care! Thanks!

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mickeydownunder May 28, 2009

One of the best recipes I've tried in a long time...I rarely follow recipes so closely! I did the entire recipe in an 8x8 casserole pan and cut the shrimp down to 1 lb. I increased the garlic to 4 and probably doubles the basil. VERY FLAVORFUL!!! I didn't have the ouzo but didn't miss it. I am assuming it could only add to the flavors. The cheese under the broiler was the perfect finishing touch. Thank you SO very much!!

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Megos Land October 03, 2007

Two thumbs up for this dish! It's excellent. The seasonings are perfectly balanced so that nothing overpowers. Although the Ouzo is optional I think it has an impact on the flavour of the dish. You can't identify it amongst the other seasonings and there's definitely no hint of "licorice". I followed the recipe as written with a few minor changes - used a 28 oz. can of whole tomatoes (drained) coarsely chopped, as well as 4 fresh plum tomatoes, seeded and chopped (didn't bother peeling them). Added 4 chopped green onions (white and light green parts only), and increased the fresh oregano to a heaping tablespoon. Layered the shrimp and sauce in one large casserole. This can be assembled ahead and heated at 400F for a few minutes till bubbly before browning the cheese under the broiler.

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sadielady August 22, 2007

Wonderful, I cooked half the amount in a single dish and then ate the whole lot myself, sometimes it's good not to have to share!

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Peter J September 22, 2006

This is really good! I made 1/2 of the recipe and put it in one shallow casserole dish. It was wonderful. I think the ouzo adds a great flavor. Served it with some crusty bread, as suggested. We will definitely make this again!

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susie cooks June 11, 2006

This dish contains many of my favorite things so how could I not love it? I followed the directions exactly with the exception of the Ouzo- I don't like licorice at all. Thanks momi- I really loved this delicious shrimp dish.

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Pot Scrubber November 09, 2005
Mini Shrimp and Feta Casseroles