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Creamy Garlic Pasta with Shrimp & Vegetables

May/June 2010

Your rating: None Average: 3.6 (542 votes)

Toss a garlicky, Middle Eastern-inspired yogurt sauce with pasta, shrimp, asparagus, peas and red bell pepper for a fresh, satisfying summer meal. Serve with: Slices of cucumber and tomato tossed with lemon juice and olive oil.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Nope! I love the vegie & shrimp combo in this but the sauce adds a funky tart flavor. Don't ruin the good veggies & shrimp "
Creamy Garlic Pasta with Shrimp & Vegetables Recipe

71 Reviews for Creamy Garlic Pasta with Shrimp & Vegetables

05/05/2010

Very delish! An easy week night dinner.

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05/01/2010

Had this two nights ago. Marvelous!!
I halved the recipe since there are only two of us. After the pasta/veggies were drained I rinsed them under cool water for just a couple of seconds and then waited a couple of minutes before I mixed them into the yogurt mixture. Definitely on our favorites list!

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04/20/2010
Anonymous

I used Greek yogurt and it curdled when I added the hot pasta mixture. Tasty ok, but looked awful. Used chicken instead of shrimp. Also used less salt.

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04/20/2010
Anonymous

Absolutly love this recipe!!! I added fresh green beans, more garlic than called for (I love garlic) and scallops to it as well as the other veggies noted. I dont like asparagus (yuck) but I love it in this!! I seared the scallops before I put them in the mix and I used alread cooked, deveined and peeled shrimp so I added it last. Will be added to our recipes to make often!! Thanks so much!!

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04/20/2010
Anonymous

Decent dish. I like the convenience of cooking the whole thing in a single pot of boiling water, but next time I will probably saute or grill the shrimp to add a little more flavor. We added a 1/4 tsp of red pepper flakes to boost the flavor profile slightly. The sauce was easy to make and made it while the pot of water was heating up.

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