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Mediterranean Shrimp and Pasta

Mediterranean Shrimp and Pasta created by Papa D 1946-2012

This recipe is adapted from Southern Living Annual Recipes. I cannot remember which year. It is one of our favorites.

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  • Cook linguine according to package directions, drain and keep warm.
  • Peel and de-vein shrimp.
  • Cook onion and garlic in oil in a large wok or skillet until tender, stirring often.
  • Stir in the tomato and dried spices (next 4 ingredients).
  • Cook 3 minutes, stirring constantly.
  • Add shrimp and cook 3 more minutes, stirring occasionally (or until shrimp turn pink). Be careful not to over cook the shrimp.
  • Add the parsley, olives, and lemon juice.
  • Cook until thoroughly heated.
  • Serve over linguine. Sprinkle with feta cheese.
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"This recipe is adapted from Southern Living Annual Recipes. I cannot remember which year. It is one of our favorites."
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  1. Papa D 1946-2012
    I did scale this down for one serving, my only change would be to use olive oil instead of sesame oil as I feel that didn't blend well with the other ingredients. Other than that this is a good quick meal. Thanks. Made for July's Tag Game ~ Aceitunas ~ Olives."
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  2. Papa D 1946-2012
    I did scale this down for one serving, my only change would be to use olive oil instead of sesame oil as I feel that didn't blend well with the other ingredients. Other than that this is a good quick meal. Thanks. Made for July's Tag Game ~ Aceitunas ~ Olives."
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  3. Papa D 1946-2012
    Mediterranean Shrimp and Pasta Created by Papa D 1946-2012
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  4. MrsJ492
    This recipe is adapted from Southern Living Annual Recipes. I cannot remember which year. It is one of our favorites.
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