Excellent! I switched the creole seasoning for old bay, which worked wonderfully. I will definitely be making this more often.
We really liked this. DH was particularly crazy about it. Thanks for posting! Made for 2008 All New Zaar Cookbooks Tag.
I didn't really care for the creole seasoning I used, it made it really salty. Other then that, this was tasty and very different.
This was wonderful. I followed the recipe as written other then I used Alfredo Sauce for the alfredo sauce. I also used old bay instead of creole seasoning. I cooked my shrimp, garlic and red pepper together. I forgot to top with parmesan cheese but I don't think we missed anything. I had a pound of shrimp so used it all. We all loved this. I will be making this again and again.
BETTER than at the restaurant! Instead of using straight creole seasoning, I mixed together some seasonings that were spicy but not HOT, for the 2 kiddos. I also used Reduced Fat Alfredo Sauce for the alfredo to lighten it up a little. I omitted the sweet red pepper because I didn't have any. This is my favorite dish at Ruby Tuesday, and frankly, I don't think I'll need to go there anymore, because I can make a better, and more figure friendly version at home! Next time I'll serve with steamed broccoli and seasoned rice just like the restaurant, but this time I made Microwave Sliced Baked Potatoes and creamed spinach, and thoroughly enjoyed a restaurant meal at home. Thanks SO much for posting!
When my husband is unable to stop saying, "Man, that was GOOD" for all of an entire night and the next day, something good has happened. *LOL* This was so delicious! I haven't been to Ruby Tuesday's in 5 years, but when I used to visit my Mom there, we always went out to eat at RT's and this is the dish I had. In fact, I couldn't vary my order, though I tried...it was that good! And now I'm so thankful to have access to a recipe that brings back that awesome flavor... and so ridiculously easily! This will be one of our tilapia staples and has gone straight into my *ENCORE* cookbook. We served it with steamed broccoli and rice mixed with sauteed onions and peppers. And might I highly recommend my husband's terrific alfredo sauce in Ravioli Prosciutto Alfredo With Herbes De Provence? (Three ingredients!) Thank you, Lisa, for a great recipe! Oh, by the way... my cats were glaring at me until I relented and handed each of them a small piece of fish. :D
This has become one of my go to recipes. It's very quick and easy to make. Save yourself some time and buy frozen pepper strips. Also, it doesn't quite need all those tablespoons of butter.
Tasty, filling and easy as pie
Very tasty, I used more seasoning and garlic.