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This was really good. I used a merlot because that was what we had on hand, whole wheat spaghetti, and also substituted basil for tarragon as another reviewer has said. My shrimp were already cooked, although they took on a sort of purple-ish color and didn't look like the pictures, probably because of the wine we used. Even so I thought it was really delicious!
Toolbelt Diva, OMG! This is absolutely supberb! I didn't have the wine darn but next time I make will use the wine and my shrimp were already cooked but that is the only things that were varied! Will be going through more of your recipes to find some hidden treasures. Thanks so much for posting! Just ME:)
Hi Toolie, just tasted it, fantastic!!! I used angel hair pasta; added crushed red pepper flakes to the garlic slices, used just a pinch;and used both shaved and grated Pecorino Reggiano, for a lovely meal, that we made dinner for 6!!! Thank you so much Toolie we had a wonderful time - cheers to you, Diane :)Oh Yes - A TASTE OF YELLOW - LiveSTRONG, TOOLIE!!!
Oh so delicious, Toolie. I made it Dinner for One, Please James! but I felt that you were there after tasting this! Made in your honor of A TASTE OF YELLOW-LiveSTRONG event!LiveSTRONG,Toolie!
fantastico!! this recipe it was a huge hit at my house. maybe next time i will add some extra parmesan to thicken it a little bit but either way this is a keeper. everyone loved it.
The star here is the tarragon. What a brilliant touch! I used fresh tarragon and the flavor with the lemon and tomato and so forth was so bright without in any way overwhelming the shrimp. I also found the crisped garlic to be another great touch. Here's to you, Toolie!
So simple --SOOO good !! DH contributed a really fine Italian wine, we lit candles, and enjoyed the flavors and ambiance. I had BIG shrimp, and did not reduce the sauce, so there was very little to cook them in. No problemo -- just added some more wine, and let them "steam" a tad longer! I used cavatappi noodles, so we have enough left for a side. Thanks, Toolie, for a new taste sensation -- had not done shrimp and tomatoes before!
No Lambrusco here....used cabernet savignon. But whatever the wine this dish was terrific. I had no tarragon so after researching found I could substitute basil. Definitely a keeper. I love shrimp and pasta together. I served broccoli to complete the meal. mmmmmmmm
Two of my favorite foods ( Pasta & Shrimp), I never thought about having them both together in one recipe! Awesome Idea. We Loved it!
I though this was a 4 star recipe but my wife didn't like the tarragon, I'd suggest cutting it down or not using it at all, it still would be great.