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5 stars and 2 thumbs up from me and my son! I changed the recipe slightly, using 2 cans of artichoke hearts and added some bay scallops. Wonderful recipe, super fast, easy and great on a hot summer night! Thank you for posting a recipe that will see lots of activity from here on out!!

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CindiJ July 12, 2012

5 stars from DH and I both! I made as written - the only change I will make is next time I will substitute butter for half the chicken broth to make it a slightly creamier sauce. Served over half regular half spinach fettuccine and the color combo looked great!! Also served with garlic bread and salad and had fried artichokes as an appetizer... not an everyday dinner :) Thanks for posting!

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piranhabriana December 20, 2011

This was excellent! I have fixed it twice. The first time, I fixed it as written, only substituting vegetable broth for the chicken broth. Yummy! The second time I fixed it, I substituted mushrooms and zucchini for the shrimp (I didn't have any shrimp), and it was a great vegetarian option. Now, when I don't know what to fix for dinner, this is my "go-to" recipe! Thanks for posting!

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LuvMyGoldens March 17, 2009

This is a very good recipe. I used green onion but followed the recipe as is. Served it with fresh French bread Basic Machine French Bread. Excellent meal.

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adopt a greyhound January 12, 2009

Really wonderful!! This is just as good, make that better than eating in a restaurant!!!! I love the flavors, they really meld together well. The only thing I did differently was I roasted my shrimp then added them at the end. I like roasting the shrimp because that keeps them from overcooking in a skillet. Used angel hair because it's my fave. I used IL Italian prosecco for my wine, that is my favorite prosecco!! It is from Italy's Veneto region and it has a reasonable price. I then served the prosecco with the meal. Really loved this recipe, will definitely make again!!! Thanks!

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Chef*Lee January 08, 2009
Shrimp & Artichoke Fettuccini