10 Reviews

Used ricotta instead of feta. Amazing!!

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noonie30 February 19, 2015

My hubby is an awesome cook and he loved it. I looked at your page and you have several other recipes I want to try!!

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Teri Land September 04, 2012

My husband and I really enjoyed this recipe! I also added a few scallops as well. Thanks for sharing!

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JillyC January 27, 2010

Absolutely phenomenal!!! We loved everything about this dish -- the flavours complement each other so well, and are an absolute delight to the tastebuds. All of us were "mmmm-ing" all dinner. We want to have this every week! It looks beautiful as well. The only changes we made were to use sun-dried tomatoes in oil, as that is what we had on hand, and also didn't even throw in the feta because we didn't have it. I am sure it would be even more phenomenal with! Thank you for a marvelous recipe that we are going to be making as often as we can! Delicious!

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frozen_rain February 01, 2009

This is a terrific recipe! I love all of the ingredients. I made this for dinner when my parents were visiting. Everyone liked it very much and there was not much leftover. Will defiantly make again. Thanks for sharing!

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sexymommalucas July 18, 2008

YUM!! So many wonderful flavors that blend together beautifully. These are all ingredients I typically have on hand, so all the better! I used light feta and doubled the red pepper since we like spicy stuff. I will make this often.

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TiffyR February 02, 2008

This was a great dish! I just used spray olive oil to get the flavor, but reduce the fat and it was superb. I added the water from the sun-dried tomatoes and it gave it a more complex flavor that I liked. The olives can dominate this dish if you're not expecting it. I halved the quantity and still tasted them throughout.

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AKillian24 February 13, 2006

I just wanted to say that this recipe was the "bomb"! It reminded me of an absolute wonderful meal that I had in a restaraunt in Burlington, NC called "Side Tracks". The only change that I made to the recipe is that I had added a bit more white wine. I like my pastas a bit wet and other than that is was excellent. Sue, this was a first class meal worthy of restaraunt notoriety (did I spell that right?). Nonetheless, thank you, we will be enjoying it again.

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CabinKat March 03, 2005

I don't think you even need olive oil in a non-stick pan. This was VERY good. I used a can of diced tomatoes instead of the dried and no pepper flakes. I also added a can of portobello mushrooms. I will be making this again soon.

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John W Wenzelburger October 27, 2004

Another great meal, Sue L. Only change I made was to use less olive oil. This makes the MOST delectable sauce, truly outstanding. This is much easier to make than the length of the ingredients list might imply. Give it a try. You'll be glad you did.

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sugarpea May 02, 2004
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