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Shrimp Saltimbocca with Polenta

November/December 2009

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (51 votes)

Saltimbocca is an Italian word that literally means “jump mouth,” presumably because of its bold flavors. The dish is traditionally made with veal and seasoned with sage and prosciutto. We love these flavors in our simple version made with shrimp. Store-bought polenta turns golden brown under the broiler for an easy accompaniment. Serve with: Sautéed green beans and red peppers.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was awesome - so glad I doubled the recipe because we literally demolished it.! "
Shrimp Saltimbocca with Polenta Recipe

12 Reviews for Shrimp Saltimbocca with Polenta

06/09/2010
Anonymous

This was awesome - so glad I doubled the recipe because we literally demolished it.!

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05/11/2010
Anonymous

I will try this recipe. Looks simple and healthy. Polenta is also a good alternative from rice or pasta.

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02/05/2010

Very good recipe. It was simple and delicious!

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01/11/2010

The sage in this dish did not do it for me, but I think I used too much. I also used a store bought organic polenta roll (Trader Joes). Next time, I will try making my own polenta, and I will try another herb like parsley or cut down on the sage to see if that makes a difference. Overall, the dish was good but not great.

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12/04/2009

Easy, quick and delicious. I have never broiled polenta before-I am thinking of cooking it like that always. It's already a favorite!

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