10 Reviews

Deeelicious!! I cut the cayenne in half, and I used medium shrimp. I didn't change the cooking time, it was still long enough. After it was done I sprinkled a little fresh basil on top. This was VERY good!! Thanks Diggy, I will make this one over and over!

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MizzNezz September 16, 2002

This was really really good! We didn't change a thing... AND we didn't have leftovers! Perfect! Thank you :)

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Peachie Keene December 30, 2009

We love spicy food, but we just weren't a fan of this recipe. Besides "spicy" there wasn't much else going on....dare I say bland after you get past the spicy. It wasn't too spicy to eat, but we like our spicy food to other flavors too.

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Slingmama August 03, 2009

This was tasty! I did doctor it a tad - easily made low-fat with fat-free half&half and milk. Plenty creamy!! I also added red onions, red peppers & squash. Doubled the sauce but not the cayenne (and plenty spicy like that), and served over WW Bowtie Pasta. YUM! Made alot though!!

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EppiRN January 18, 2009

WOW. This was so, so, so very good, and easy too! I absolutely love it and will definitely be making it again and again! It was too spicy for my fiance, so the only change I might make next time is to cut back on some of the peppers. Other than that, there is not a single thing I would change! I did sub corn starch for the flour, and it still turned out perfect! Thanks for an amazing recipe!

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MrsSpudnik August 11, 2007

Good Job! Loved it as is. I could see using this as a base porportion and going from there too though. Debbie97380

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Debbie K. Dowell April 01, 2004

A little too heavy and a little to spicy for my tastes. I think I could adjust both of those though.

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Laura Leigh September 04, 2003

This was very quick, simple and delicious ! I subbed fresh crabmeat, though next time I would use shrimp, the texture and bite would work better for the zip of this dish. Being garlic lovers 4 cloves were more to our liking and only 1 tsp of flour thickened the sauce to our liking. A keeper of a recipe !!

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Luvfood June 27, 2003

I made this for just two of us. I only used the cream, without the milk and flour so it was more like an alfredo sauce. I cut the spices in half, but added a good helping of parmesan cheese. It was kind of like a "kicked up" shrimp alfredo, which we really enjoyed! Thank you for a great pasta sauce!

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Paja March 29, 2003

This is just the taste we were looking for. I left out the cayanne pepper, because I was cooking for my 12 yr. old also. We loved it, it was so creamy. Very easy to make, but what was the third clove of garlic for? I used 2 like it said, that was plenty. The chili powder was just hot enough for us to enjoy this very very much. thank you!!

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Barbasol February 14, 2003
Spicy Shrimp Pasta (Cream Sauce)