This is not for the faint of heart, literally, or anyone trying to diet. Years ago some friends at work asked me to come up with a creamy version of shrimp scampi and this is the result.
Note: Sometimes I saute the shrimp, but if I'm in a hurry super market steamed shrimp work just fine.
It took me a few years to perfect this recipe, as my Gumbo expectations are very high. After suffering through many failures, this was the keeper. Hope you enjoy it. If you try it, please let me know your thoughts.
This is a recipe that was actually created while emptying leftovers from the frig. The veggies are limited only by your imagination and the quantity is easily adjusted. In fact the whole thing is a no-brainer. I shared the recipe with a friend who shared it with a friend and it ended up being on the menu of a very nice restaurant(I think it was a sneaky way to use up their leftovers).
A basic Chcicken Salad recipe, wonderful on it's own or go with your imagination. .
The Tea Room served this on Iceburg Lettuce leaves with tomato aspic rings rz#318144 and jumbo stuffed green olives.
The system wouldn't let me list the Tea Room's "Special Salad Dressing" in ingredients, so I just listed the components which is okay too.
This comes from the net where it got rave reviews so I'm putting it here for safe keeping. Sounds very interesting, I haven't tried it yet but plan to very soon. If someone makes it before I do, please tell me how it works for you.
Another recipe that made this Tea Room special. It opened in the 1920's and closed in 1962. The cooking time and temp was not given, so I suggest 375 degrees for however long it takes to test done, approx 5 - 8 minutes.