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Creamy Shrimp Alfredo

Creamy Shrimp Alfredo recipe
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Restaurant-quality shrimp Alfredo with hints of parsley and balsamic vinaigrette—not only achievable but ready in less than half an hour. Success is delicious.
25 min
25 min
4 servings, 1-1/4 cups each
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I made this receipe and it was delicious. At first, I was worried the sauce was going to be too thin but as it sits, it thickens. You may have to add a small amount of seasoning (salt, Accent, pepper) to your liking but other than that, it's great. I have also made it with chicken breast versus shrimp.
Just made this for dinner and it was a hit! Had to tweak it a bit. I used regular instead of low sodium broth. I seasoned the shrimp with lemon pepper while it was cooking. I used the Philly lemon and herb cooking cream instead of the cream cheese cubed and I (accidentally) used Greek vinaigrette instead of Balsamic only because I wasn't paying attention when I reached for the bottle. Didn't use the extra Parmesan on top either. I also added more shrimp, approx. 1/2 lb. more. The whole pan is gone!
I made this for dinner and if I make it again will add more seasonings. This dish was bland with way to much cream cheese and way to little broth. It was entirely to heavy with the cheese. My husband liked it as well as the dogs. I felt I had wasted an expensive 1/2 lb. of shrimp. Oh I used less linguine since it was for 2 people so that was not the reason for being to dry.
Use with any kind of pasta
It was a little too thick and creamy for my taste will try and adjust recipe to better fit my likes!
Very good! It was very creamy. I used a whisk for mixing the cream cheese.
LOVE it!! but i do not use the low sodium low fat anything in my recipes. Delicious will be a regular
Needed more sauce, but it was the first time that I've ever made Shrimp Alfredo and it was definitely a HIT!!!! I did add broccoli, which made it even better. Now I must do this again with my nieces who loves to help cook.
Ok, I used angel hair pasta instead of fettucine and my noodles clumped up :( and the noodles did soak up the sauce so I'd use extra dressing and broth next time and probably try it with chicken. I would definitely make this again.
I was looking for a fairly easy shrimp alfredo recipe as I hadn't cooked shrimp before making it. Turns out it WAS really easy! That was the great part of the recipe. The reason I only give 3 stars is because while it was somewhat flavorful, the sauce pretty much got totally soacked up by the pasta and left more to be desired. I think I would try making a white sauce from scratch instead (the butter/flour/cream technique) of using cream cheese. I would also add some fun ingredients to add more flavor & texture such as mushrooms, caramelized onions and/or sundried tomatoes. Otherwise it is fairly tasty and VERY simple. Great for beginners!
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