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I peeled my shrimp and put them in the casserole dish, then made the sauce etc. Also I used Fat Free Half and Half with no ill effects. I did cook the shrimp for the full 25 minutes and they came out perfect! We loved the mix of flavors in the sauce, and we both agreed it's a 5 star recipe all the way to the table! I served this with Jasmine rice and topped with a little of the sauce. So delicious! Thank you Duoynte, this IS a winner in my book! Made for 123 Hit Wonders Tag Game 4/09 Linda
The dish itself tasted pretty good, but shrimp was overcooked and rubbery. Maybe using fresh, uncooked shrimp in this recipe would be much better as well as the reducing cooking time. I would recommend broiling this dish instead.
Super as written, but second time I made it, I used drained marinated artichokes and raw shrimp. I cooked the shrimp shells in half n half to flavor it. Then I removed the shells and added the cleaned shrimp to the half n half to cook til pink. This gave a nice flavor to the finished dish. Will definitely make this again. Very easily adjusted to what you have on hand.
Delicious; my shrimp was perfectly cooked! I made this as written except I added one minced garlic clove, used half & half, and used raw shrimp. Served over puffed pastry shells. Tagged for Rookie Recipe Tag Game (due September 8th).
this was awesome , i used frozen uncooked shrimp it was fine for me but those of you that like shrimp barely cooked put them in the last 5 minutes of baking i didnt drain the artichokes just personal preference on my part used the 1/2 and 1/2 and served over spagetti ,this is very rich