Connie Seafood Mix

"Hearty dinner for family and friends. My children love it. I love it because it is fast and easy!"
 
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Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
13
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • heat oil in large fry pan, add scallops, cook til opaque. remove from pan and place in bowl.(5 min).
  • heat up shrimp in same pan til hot, remove and place in same bowl (3 min).
  • simmer onions, green/red pepper in fry pan til tender not mushy (3 min).
  • add all back together including veggies,in fry pan and simmer a few minutes to let flavors blend. add spices and stir.
  • in kettle, boil carrots and broccoli til tender not mushy. remove and in same water add spagetti to boil. cook til your taste.
  • pour seafood and veggie mix over completed pasta and serve.
  • I sometimes add butter when cooking the onions to give a sweeter taste.
  • This takes me 25 minutes to put on the table. It is a fast favorite for the family.
  • Serve with crusty bread and YUM.

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Reviews

  1. MsBindy
    Good food; easy to make. What more can you ask. I will admit to tossing in a little extra butter.
     
  2. Outta Here
    Great recipe for after work, quick dinner. I made minor changes-used regular carrots cut into matchsticks, and added a little white wine instead of lemon juice. I also put some shaved Parmesan on top when serving. I found some fresh pasta at the deli called borsetti. It was little "purses" filled with brie and roasted garlic. Went very well with the seafood. This is a keeper for our Friday night dinner ideas (since that is the only weeknight we have dinner together after work.) Thanks for posting this!
     
  3. NoraMarie
    Hubby and I really enjoyed this.I sub snap peas enstead of the broccoli as thats all I had
     
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  1. Outta Here
    Great recipe for after work, quick dinner. I made minor changes-used regular carrots cut into matchsticks, and added a little white wine instead of lemon juice. I also put some shaved Parmesan on top when serving. I found some fresh pasta at the deli called borsetti. It was little "purses" filled with brie and roasted garlic. Went very well with the seafood. This is a keeper for our Friday night dinner ideas (since that is the only weeknight we have dinner together after work.) Thanks for posting this!
     

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