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Linguine with Escarole & Shrimp

January/February 2008

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (53 votes)

Lots of tangy lemon, fresh tomatoes, escarole and shrimp create an incredible sauce for whole-wheat pasta. Serve with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc and whole-grain bread.



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"It's such a delicious and elegant dish! I changed a few of things, though: doubling the garlic for instance and adding green pepper. I was short of white wine so I used vinegar instead. I made it for dinner today; my father and I enjoyed...
Linguine with Escarole & Shrimp Recipe

10 Reviews for Linguine with Escarole & Shrimp

04/09/2014
Anonymous
Not a fan

I didn't use nearly as much escarole as the recipe called for but I still used too much. The flavor was good but the texture of the wilted escarole and look was not appetizing. I may try with basil next time.

Flavorful
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07/09/2013

I don't cook much and found this recipe convenient. I used white cooking wine and smaller amounts of most ingredients; for one person and leftovers. It was delicious and not fussy. Just before eating, I added black olives, they provided just the right amount of sass.

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06/22/2013
Fantastic, made a few tweaks

We used chard because we couldn't find escarole, was an easy addition and couldn't even really taste it. Added in dried basil, double garlic, and a little red pepper flake - delicious!
However, I don't know in whose universe 1/6th of 8 oz of pasta is a 1 1/3 cup serving....maybe they meant including all of the shrimp et al. I was a little confused by that but overall fabulous and easy dish, will make again.

Easy, delicious
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09/21/2010
Anonymous

It's such a delicious and elegant dish! I changed a few of things, though: doubling the garlic for instance and adding green pepper. I was short of white wine so I used vinegar instead.
I made it for dinner today; my father and I enjoyed it immensely! :)

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06/03/2010
Anonymous

Great recipe. I added scallops in addition to the shrimp. Instead of clam juice I substituted chicken broth and doubled the garlic. I also added 1 cup of white wine and reduced it with the tomatoes. I made this for my boyfriend and I think he fell in love with me that night (or at least my cooking!)

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