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Easy Shrimp Pasta for Two

Easy Shrimp Pasta for Two recipe
photo by:kraft
This shrimp pasta for two is perfect for sharing. With fresh tomatoes and basil, it's an easy and tasty weeknight option.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
2 servings, 1-3/4 cups each
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posted:
3/25/2009
This was pretty good. I added basil and garlic to the dressing to marinate the shrimp in. I also used more dressing than the recipe called for. It was easy and tasted good, but not amazing.
posted:
3/10/2009
This was a birthday dinner my my boyfirend. It was the first time that I made this and we both loved it :)
posted:
3/4/2009
it was good but not great... I would make it again
posted:
2/23/2009
Made this recipe twice. The first time was good but a little dry as I think I cooked things too fast. Therefore, the cream cheese stuck as well. Second time was great!!! I actually took my time and made sure things were cooked slow. Great recipe.
posted:
1/29/2009
I thought the recipe was GREAT. I made it for me and my boyfriend and we loved it. I did change it a little bit and added more cream cheese and milk than what it said because it wouldnt have made much sauce otherwise. But overall it was very good, and we do plan on making it again! Thanks Kraft!
posted:
1/15/2009
This recipe was not good. I prepared it precisely according to the directions and it came out very dry. It did not produce a sauce that was intended and the cream cheese just stuck to everything.
posted:
1/11/2009
This recipe was great! I did change it up a bit because I am not a fan of bland food. I put about 3/4 cup of the dressing and an entire 8 oz pack of cream cheese. I also added dried basil versus fresh for extra spice and a couple cloves of garlic. I tossed the pasta with the sauce when it was done. The seasoning was perfect! Not overwhelming but strong. Next time I will use shrimp with the tail off though.
posted:
1/4/2009
I made it with Zesty Italian dressing instead and added onions and garlic along with my favorite spices.
posted:
12/30/2008
I made this recipe with what I already had in the house. I substituted chicken for the shrimp, and I didn't have any of the dressing that the recipe called for so I used Zesty Italian instead. I also read some of the previous comments and added some sliced onion and crushed garlic to the marinade to add flavor. I then dumped it all into the pan and cooked the chicken with the onions and garlic. I used dried basil in the cream cheese sauce and added minced garlic, salt, pepper, and some milk. Before I put the chicken back in I removed the crushed garlic but left the onion in. I don't know if I ended up tweaking the recipe too much, but the results were just okay. I would make it again if I needed a quick meal, but it wasn't my favorite.
posted:
12/29/2008
I doubled this recipe for 4, added 1% milk fresh ground sea salt,fresh ground pepper, & 6 drops of green habanero sauce to the sauce, I boiled the shrimp tails w/ salt n pepper, strained, & boiled the pasta in that. Turned out AWESOME! Will make again, I love improvising on all ready good recipes!
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