By NurseJaney on October 14, 2006
Photo by PaulaG
Photo by PaulaG
"I THINK this came from the local Sunpapers, years ago -- I have been making it so long!It is quick, easy, VERY tasty, and pretty to serve, especially if you have an Italian or Greek decorated platter. Add salt and pepper to taste. (You can save time and effort by using cooked shrimp, but if you have raw, first saute in a few Tbsp. of butter and olive oil.)"
Serving Size: 1 (253 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"What a great and easy recipe, just perfect for the temps we are experiencing right now. I used raw prawns cooked in olive oil and garlic which were perfect for the dish. I changed the dried oregano to fresh basil as I need to use it and it was great too. I've still got heaps of prawns in the freezer so will be making this again soon. I just realised I missed the bit about draining the tomatoes, but as we love sauce, I would do it the same way next time."
"Made this for "Made for Eating Well While Staying Cool/Diabetes forum and after seeing PaulaG's picture...this was delicious!!! Definately going into my Favorites of 2013. I did cut the recipe in half, added the frozen shrimp into the pasta water towards the end and also used fresh oregano and tomatoes. DH ate all and would like to have it again soon. Thank you for posting."
"Simple, good and easy to prepare. Just the type of recipe I like. Oh, the flavor is really good. I will definitely make this one again. Thanks"
"This is very tasty! I halved the recipe and used frozen cooked shrimp. The only change I made was to use about 6 oz fresh chopped tomatoes instead of canned. With the feta and added olives, I didn't need to add any salt. Thanks for sharing!"
"Loved, loved this recipe. I enjoyed this for lunch the other day. What a perfect light refreshing meal for the hot day we were enjoying. The flavor and textures were spot on. I had to use small green olives and white balsamic vinegar as it was all I had on hand. A very quick and easy recipe to make. I can't wait to enjoy this again. Thanks very much for sharing. Made for Aussie Swap #40 :)"
"This is delicious!! I chose this dish for the Spring 07 PAC event. I sauteed the shrimp in a couple of tablespoons each of butter and olive oil with two cloves of garlic, and then followed the recipe exactly, but skipped the salt and pepper. A beautiful dish, thank you NurseJaney!"
"Delicious dinner, delicious meal! Yestarday I made my family very happy with this!<br/>I prepared the shirmps as Justjan said, as I preffere to use raw shrimps and I have always some in the freezer.<br/>I prepared it as described using canned tomatoes and but I can imagine that fresh tomatoes (seeded and diced) would be very tasty as well.<br/>I loved the combination of feta with shrimps with the hebs! Thanks a lot for this recipe!"
"This is a very tasty and quick dish. I made half a recipe and used the full can of drained tomatoes. The shrimp were frozen and were dropped into the cooking pasta toward the end of cook time. I did use fresh oregano. Next time, and there will be a next time, I will use fresh tomatoes. A delicious summer meal. Half a recipe made 3 very generous servings. Made for Aussie Swap."