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This was a good, easy recipe to follow, we did cut back on the oil a little but I don't think it affected it hugely. We made the sauce with herbs fresh from our garden, and I suggest you'll want crusty bread to mop those gorgeous juices up!
Easy but very flavorful dish. I had med. shrimp so cooked at 400 for 8 min. Turned out perfectly. Served with a Cranberry, Feta and Walnut Salad. So good.
I used this recipe to use up some feta cheese! We found this recipe "pleasant". I only used 3 T oil, as I thought 1/2 cup was excessive and used 3 garlic, minced. I had some roasted tomatoes in my freezer, so I used 2 cups of that. I followed the recipe to a T.... except, I finished cooking the prawns and feta on the stove. To me, it was just that extra step that wasn't needed and less to clean up! I used one bag of large prawns (16-18 count) and I found that there was an excessive amount of sauce leftover that wasn't used...and to me, a waste that went down the sink! The sauce needed a bit of a zip, so next time I have feta, I probably would add some chili paste and cut the tomatoes down to 1-1/4 cup. Nice recipe, good to use up feta cheese....but nothing special!
Very similar to a recipe I have used many times, this is delicious. Try using Cavender's Greek Seasoning, about 1 tsp in place of the oregano and salt and it really ups the flavor. This can also be made in one skillet, after the sauce has reduced, toss in the prawns and feta till the prawns are just no longer pink and the cheese is melted and serve over whole wheat angel hair pasta. Mmmmmm
Brilliant!!! This dish is soooo easy and wow! is it ever good!
Easy no fail dish, which is so delicious and elegant! Serve with plenty bread to mop up the juices.
Great taste, quick, and easy. I added yellow peppers, and cut the oil in half. Served over basmati rice, and would double the sauce if serving more than 3 people!
As with most of Mean's recipes, this one did not disappoint. AWESOME! YUMMY! YES! I now have another great dish to impress those gourmet friends of mine. And this is fairly easy. BONUS! I don't think I cut back on the oil, but I did double the sauce and I am glad I did. Thanks for sharing Mean!
Gourmet... and easy. Rated by some dinner guests as the best meal they had had all year.
I made this for my family the other night and they all loved it. Like other reviewers I cut back on the oil. I'm not sure if I made a mistake somewhere, but I found I needed to double the sauce to cover the prawns and to make sure it catered for all four of us (fiance and father are both big eaters!). I served it with basmati rice and buttered crusty bread. I think it would also be very good with pasta so will try that next time I make it.