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Low Fat Zesty Shrimp Pasta

Low-Fat Zesty Shrimp and Pasta recipe
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Fat-free dressing and lots of vegetables make our shrimp and pasta a better-for-you version of a perennial favorite.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
12/21/2004
Wow! This smelled great while it was cooking and it hardly took any time to cook. We loved it!
posted:
11/14/2004
Very good!!
posted:
11/8/2004
This recipe is terrible. No spice or flavoring to it. Threw the entire dish away.
posted:
10/10/2004
Trying to get my husband to eat low fat food has been a struggle. Not any more! This meal sold him 100%. It was so full of flavor. I subbed frozen spiniach for the artichokes and the kids loved it. DEE-LISH!!
posted:
10/4/2004
This recipe is fantastic and easy but looks gourmet! I make it for b-days and company at my house.
posted:
10/3/2004
This recipe is very fast and oh, so delicious! I serve it for special occasion meals when I don't want a lot of hassle. I've gotten compliments every time and my guests think I went to a lot of work to prepare it.
posted:
8/29/2004
This shrimp and pasta dish was a big hit! My husband and four year old son loved it. But I loved it even more because, it was easy,healthy, and best of all it was fast to prepare.
posted:
7/21/2004
I would amke it again, but with out the artichoke hearts, unless they were fresh :). I put broccli in also. Nicole
posted:
6/13/2004
Delightfully light and tasty! I used penne pasta but will try the linguini next time for variety.
posted:
6/4/2004
Yum!! I substituted chicken for shrimp and brocolli for artichokes. It turned out great! Everyone loved it. The only thing I would suggest is if you use long (spaghetti) noodles, break them up first because they seem to separate from the rest of the ingredients.
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