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Dijon Shrimp Scampi

Dijon Shrimp Scampi recipe
photo by:kraft
Dijon mustard adds zesty flavor to this classic Italian shrimp and rice dish. While quick and easy to prepare, it’s elegant enough for entertaining.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
9/5/2007
The whole family loved it! Had to double the next batch the very next week for dinner.
posted:
8/6/2007
I loved this, and so did my husband who doesn't like dijon mustard. It had just the right amount of zip! A nice change from regular scampi!
posted:
7/23/2007
posted:
2/23/2007
The blend of the lemon and dijon mustard is a little to harsh
posted:
1/5/2007
I looked in my fridge right before making this and realized my dijon was way outdated, so I didn't really want to use it... after reading the reviews I'm glad I didn't! Without the mustard it was really good!! I upped my garlic usage and put some butter in place of the mustard. Really good!!
posted:
11/25/2006
Excellent recipe and very quick & easy. I like it with more dijon than lemon juice, but it is easy to adjust to your own taste. It's a family favorite. I actually think it is even better cold the next day after it's marinated over night.
posted:
7/24/2006
From reading previous comments, I thought that the mustard would overpower everything. Since I love lemon with my seafood, I added a little more lemon juice, used a 1 1/2 pounds of shrimp and it was great. I will be making this again and will try it on pasta next. Thanks KRAFT, you've done it again.
posted:
6/28/2006
Excellent Low Calorie Meal!! Easy & Quick! In the top 5!!!
posted:
6/1/2006
It was a lot creamier than I thought (and would have liked). I tried using 1 1/2 T of mustard, but could have used even less. Overall this was a great recipe that was relatively light, but still filled you up.
posted:
3/13/2006
This was just okay. I think that I would modify it if I made it again. I'm still on the look out for a really good shrimp scampi recipe.
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