3 Reviews

Excellent recipe but a bit more guidance from the poster would may be helpful.

1. Lightly brown the chopped garlic and let sit with the heat off to infuse the oil.
2 Reheat and add peppers. Saute to soften.
3. Add tomatoes and cook until juices are released than add lemon juice.
4. Stir in shrimp, salt and pepper to taste. Add cilantro.

I didn't add the parsley or cream but either one could be good additions if desired. Served mixed with angel hair pasta and crunchy bread with a bit of butter and garlic.

Overall this is a terrific recipe. I used a couple jalapeno peppers which added a fine layer of heat without overwhelming the palette. YMMV depending on your taste. I WILL make this again with the cream. The colors held because of the short cooking times.

Overall a great special dinner, Keep in mind there is a lot of chopping and dicing involved in the prep time. Other than that it's a fast dinner dish with a lot of great textures.

Thanks for the recipe. LOVED the lemon flavor and so will guests as it's very unexpected but certainly brings out the flavor of the other ingredients.

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Rainbowelp October 17, 2011

10-Star recipe alert!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This was so good. Kind of reminds me of Greek shrimp with lemon and feta which I adore. This was practically inhaled! Thanks so much for posting!!!

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Sue Lau May 01, 2008

This was incredible! Soooo good. I added a small box of crema at the end. Have enough left for another meal. I am going to add a little white wine and serve over pasta. Really great dish. Thanks for sharing.

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