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    Flavorful marinade to use with steaks or chops. This came about after many years of experimenting.

    Recipe #375363

    This recipe combines grilled shrimp brushed with lemon butter and sprinkled with Creole seasoning. The shrimp is added to a mixture of red bell pepper slices simmered in olive oil with garlic and onions. Alfredo sauce is then added to the shrimp and peppers and laced lightly with cayenne pepper to kick it up a bit. This mixture is then served over a bed of angel hair pasta. I created this about two years ago on a whim and it has become a family favorite. The trick is not to make it too spicy - but the flavors of the grilled shrimp, sweet peppers and light amount of spicy alfredo is a real delight in our house. I doubt this recipe is original, but it is something my family asks me to make for special occasions because it is a favorite. The timing of the cooking of the pasta, peppers and shrimp is essential to avoid overcooking any of the ingredients. Think ahead, go for it and enjoy!

    Recipe #356505


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