This was a good recipe for shrimp! I plan to find ways to make the sauce a little thicker for next time and more heat. Thank you for the recipe!
This was very delicious. And so quick and easy to make. I followed the suggestions of another reviewer and substituted the salt for anchovy paste. And to make it even more Spanish I sprinkled it with chopped black and green olives. It's a keeper!! Made for zwt5.
Talk about QETH . . . Quick, Easy, Tasty and Healthy! Only thing I did differently was add diced red pepper and sprinkled parmesan on the top! Yummy. Thanks Hope for a great recipe! PS: Used all the jalapenos . . . maybe next time a little more . . . but that's my Mexican side coming out!
Very light pasta dish that was simple to make. I added 2 more cloves of garlic, omitted the green onions and used about 2 tablespoons of freshly chopped basil. I think next time I'll decrease the amount of lemon juice I use -- I think I used too much this time and it overpowered the dish. The Mr. and I both had seconds, and we agreed that it tasted better when it had been sitting for awhile. Thanks for sharing. We'll definitely try making it again.
Amazing dish; I am already planning to make it a second time. Since younger kids were dining as well, I served the hot peppers on the side. The kids asked for left overs the next day, but of course all was gone. UPDATE - I must have made this dish up to 10 times by now, I also add halved snow peas, sliced yellow/orange or red peber to get a bit more curch and green in there. The dish is just so versatile.
It's so great to find such a flavorful and satisfying healthy dish! I left out the jalapeno and forgot the lemon zest but this was still great! (I even made this with thin whole wheat spaghetti!) This is definitely going in my regular rotation!
We LOVED this but would just change a couple things: 1) Despite being fans of spicy food, this was a little over the top - I would suggest 1 tsp of hot pepper flakes, not two. 2) As other reviewers have noted, it's a little too lemoney as written - cut the amount of juice in 1/2 and it's PERFECT. This recipe is now a perminent part of our dinner repitoire - thank you!
So So Good! I used 1 green onion and 1 shallot...subbed chicken stock for the wine and added about 1 tsp of brown sugar for balance. This is definitely a keeper!
Very tasty. Next time I would reduce the amount of water I add back into the dish.
I make mine with Tofu Shirataki Angel Hair. 10 calories, 3g carbs, 2g fiber. It soaks up all the flavors that you are creative with. The man-child that always told me that he would not be eating tofu. When he finished with his 2nd plate, I let him in on my little secret!