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Shrimp In Love Pasta

Shrimp-in-Love Pasta recipe
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Our Shrimp-in-Love Pasta is ridiculously delicious, requires just five ingredients and is ready to eat in only 20 minutes.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
2 servings
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posted:
2/25/2004
I am no gourmet chef, but this recipe made me look like one. It's very simple to make and not time consuming at all. In fact I've made it twice, once on Valentine's Day and again tonight, but it was so quick, yet gourmet-ish. Very good.
posted:
2/23/2004
I made this for Grandmas 90th birthday, for 14 people every one enjoyed it very much. wonderful dinner for speciel occation.
posted:
2/23/2004
This is a very good recipe. It's very easy to make. Cleaning the shrimp took the most time. I have passed this recipe on to friends & family and they love it too! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
posted:
2/23/2004
posted:
2/22/2004
This recipe is perfect as is, I would not make any changes to it . I did double the recipe with no problem. My husband loved it, served it with garlic toast and tossed salad. It was very easy and quick and makes you look like a gourmet cook.
posted:
2/21/2004
posted:
2/20/2004
Just making if for the first time however, with all of the ratings I read I have no doubt that it will be a winner with my hubby! Kraft keep it comin' we have enjoyed all of the receipes!
posted:
2/20/2004
I made this for a "book club" meeting, the ladies loved it! I used pre-cooked frozen shrimp instead of fresh (1 lb.) and added minced garlic and lemon juice while heating the shrimp. It was very good!
posted:
2/18/2004
Husband commented that the sauce was a little to thick for his liking, so I thinned it down with some milk. Also spiced it up with oregano, basil, some chopped garlic and onions, parmesan cheese and chilli flakes. Choose tomatoes that are not completely ripe. Gives the recipe a little body to sustain the interest in the dish. But overall, a wonderful and versatile dish. Would definitely cook it a few more times.
posted:
2/18/2004
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