4 Reviews

This was the easiest recipe I have ever used for shrimp! This was the best tasting sauce by far. I used egg noodles, and added a bag of broccoli into the sauce before serving. I also used Tony Catchers Cajun seasoning in place of the cayenne pepper-because I didn't have any. The whole family LOVED this dish! I will be making this again-it is a keeper!!!

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jennavic October 22, 2011

This was excellant! Had the same problem with thickening as others, so just add a couple tbsp of flour. Will definitely make it again!

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suttercm January 09, 2010

I followed the recipe but I added lobster with the shrimp. It was excellent. I did add a little cornstarch to thicken the sauce. I will make this again. In fact I have to make it for some of my h.s. students since they feel in love with the smell of the leftovers.

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osurose97 December 10, 2006

OH MY WORD HOW GOOD! I just love garlic and this has loads of it! The garlic was not so "over powering" like I though it would be. I could still taste the flavor of the shrimp, parmesan cheese and cayenne pepper. BTW I used 1/4 teaspoon, when I tasted the sauce by itself I thought it would be to hot, but when added to the noodles it was milder. Also the sauce didn't thicken like I thought it should have so I added 2 teaspoons corn flour. Very Good recipe! I will be cooking this one often! Simple and Quick after work meal. Thanks for sharing!

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GrandmaG November 08, 2004
Garlic Shrimp with Noodles