I thought this was just okay. My husband said he liked it, though. Considering the time it took, and the expense, I won't be making this again.
From EatingWell: January/February 1995
We adapted a favorite recipe for conch creole to shrimp because conch can be hard to find in the U.S. You can also use scallops.
6 Reviews for Shrimp Creole
This was just okay, but my husband said he liked it. Considering the time it took, and the expense, I won't be making this again.
Challenging, rewarding recipe with an interesting combination of spices and flavors.
I can't believe the previous review. I lived on a sailboat for 5 years and had access to fresh conch. This was and this is one of my favorite recipes.......one of my stand-bys when I needed to entertain. My husband asked me to make this dish especially because he hadn't had it for so long. I had misplaced my old Eatingwell book that contained it and was delighted to find it again when I went on-line. My entire family loves this recipe...You need to know what type of heat you are aiming for and adjust accordingly.........of course I am now unable to get fresh conch but I find that shrimp is a very good substitute.
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