5 Reviews

Simple, flavorful, wonderful. I used whole wheat pasta and extra parsley. It's also great with peas or broccoli or asparagus tossed in the pasta water for the last few minutes, then stirred in with the noodles.

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Diana J. February 03, 2016

I thought it was pretty tasty but hubby tossed his after a few bites. Next time I would double the red pepper flakes and garlic (yeah I do love my garlic) and omit the pasta water. Was a little runny. But I'd make it again.

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motorcycleshop May 31, 2013

"DELICIOUS"!!!! Wonderful blend of ingredients giving superb flavor. I scaled this down to a hefty single serving and made as written omitting the red pepper flakes. Thanks for posting this great recipe, a keeper for sure. Made for Best of 2011 Cookbook Tag.

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Papa D 1946-2012 January 31, 2012

10 STARS for this!!!! Such great flavors and so easy to put together. I would also add a bit more red pepper flakes, as previous reviewer said, but other than that, a perfect recipe! Made for Spring 2011 PAC game.

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Outta Here March 03, 2011

Wow, this is good. I am thinking that the sauce may even be good without the shrimp -- I couldn't stop eating even when the shrimp were gone. Thankfully, I made a smaller portion as I am the only shrimp eater here. I will be making it for company though. The sauce adheres to the noodles and makes them taste silky with a big lemon flavour. The only thing I would do a bit differently is I would make it a bigger pinch of red pepper flakes. Absolutely delicious. I love to watch Tyler Florence but this is the first of his recipes that I have tried. It won't be the last. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for My3Chefs.

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GaylaV November 23, 2008
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