This recipe was not only delicious but so easy! Perfect for those nights when you need to have dinner on the table in under 45 minutes. The only things I did differently than the recipe was I saved about a cup of pasta water to add to the mixture while it was sitting to keep the dish "saucy" and we sprinkled Romano cheese over the top. This will go into my regular rotation!
My younger daughter doesn't eat seafood so while the rest of us ate shrimp she ate this. It was very good..nice flavor, easy to make..i always save the pasta water like a cup..the pasta sucks up the liquid so i add it at the very end it to keep it juicy..thats the only thing i did different ..Very good, thank you Melissa.
This is delicious. I love scampis but my husband hates seafood so much that he can't even stand for it to be on my breath. This way I get something close to real scampi and he gets to see why I love them so much. I think we would make this once a week (except for the amount of butter). Cudos to the chef!!
this was quite good for a quick supper, I just added some parmesan cheese on top before serving. In the summer, i make a similar dish adding fresh basil and chunks of buffalo mozzarella right before serving. YUM!
My wife, mother-in-law, and daughter said this was delicious. I was even told that I am a good cook. How about that?! I enjoyed this and was impressed that I was able to pull this off. I followed directions like my life depended on it. Easy and quick to make. Thank you for the recipe. Vuki. ps. crunchy chow mein noodles go good with this.
Oh is this ever good! If I could I would give it 10 stars! I followed the recipe exactly except for adding an extra teaspoon of garlic and a little extra sea salt. I served it over jerusalem artichoke pasta and served steamed broccoli on the side. This will be prepared on a regular basis in our homw now and also when we have company. A definite keeper! thanks for this recipe, Melissa.
Yummmm....this was soo good. We all loved it.
This was excellent! I did make several changes, but nothing that changed the basic recipe. I doubled everything except the chicken and butter (the butter I added the 1/2 C plus 2 more tablespoons). I used a can of petite cut diced tomatoes instead of the fresh because I didn't have any. Then I made a package of angel hair pasta and mixed it all together. Oh, and I also added maybe a 1/2 C breadcrumbs before adding the pasta. When serving sprinkled it with fresh Romano cheese. Everyone loved it - thanks!
Hi, I made this last night it was lovely , enjoyed by all my family,will be making again.
This makes a very impressive dish to serve to your guests for dinner. It is so easy, but they will think you were cooking all day. It is especially delicious using the fresh vegetables from the garden. The seasonings are just right. I will make this often.