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Shrimp Florentine With Pasta

A quick,attractive and healthy dish.

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35mins
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  • Heat oil.
  • Saute half of the shrimp to use as garnish, reserve shrimp.
  • Add cut up tomato with juice,spinach and cook,until spinach wilts (2 min.).
  • Chop remaining shrimp and add to the spinach mixture.
  • Cook 3 min.
  • Stir in seasonings.
  • Toss with pasta and add shrimp garnish and serve.
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"A quick,attractive and healthy dish."
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  1. momomtx
    Wow, what an easy and delicious meal! We were going camping (pop-up) at the lake on Friday during lent and planned to have shrimp scampi. I got to thinking about the spinach we were growing and wondered if I could use it with the shrimp, so searched for "shrimp Florentine". This recipe seemed to be the simplest, and I had all the ingredients, so didn't have to shop. We had it with angel hair pasta rather than the vermicelli and it was just wonderful, served with a side salad and garlic bread. Yes, I did say we were camping...it's just that easy! I've since shared with several folks at work and will DEFINITELY be making this one again...may even try it at home!
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  2. Chuckster
    A quick,attractive and healthy dish.
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