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This tasted great. I liked it because it was so simple but good. I used garlic from a jar and refrigerated for about 2 hours. I made linguini and poured it into the pan with the finished shrimp, mixed it around, sprinkled a bit of parmesan cheese on top and ate it just like that.
I cooked the shrimp on the barbecue rather than in a frying pan and lost a lot of the garlic and parsley to the flames. The shrimp were still tasty but I'm sure it would have been far better if half the ingredients weren't lost to the flames and I'm therefor not leaving stars. That's certainly not the fault of the recipe but, rather, the cook. Made for ZWT8.
I first had this dish many, many moons ago at a little hole-in-the-wall Greek restaurant in Florida. So quick and simple, but absolutely divine! We usually add Parmesan if serving over pasta, but with just shrimp, I love a squirt of fresh lemon juice. Thanks for posting this one, Dreamgoddess. Hopefully, lots of people will get to enjoy this great recipe!
Gourmet meal 5 minutes!! I defrosted frozen shrimp, used minced garlic and added some salt to taste. Eating this by myself seems like a guilty pleasure! Tastes like I should be sharing this with some VIP guests.
For something so easy to make, this was a big hit! Served it over angel hair pasta along with some crusty bread. I forgot to add parmesan cheese, but don't think anyone noticed! :) Thanks Bethany for a simple but great dish!
Very good, simple recipe. I made a pasta dish to go with this, but next time would just make plain pasta and pour all the oily, garlicky stuff over it.
great recipe! Easy and very tasty. I used fresh garlic..thats all I ever use! ;-) Thanks for the simple recipe!