Wonderful Dinner! Made this for dinner last night and was very impressed! This might be the perfect quick dinner. I followed the recipe exactly and thought it is perfect as is. The sauce is like velvet and this recipe makes plenty of it to cover your rice/pasta/quinoa etc. Pros: Easy healthy delicious Cons: NULL
Food was yummy but I wouldnt take the timeline in this recipe seriously. 1 min for the shrimp is a little to short or 6 min for the vegetables. You just need to watch it. It took about 10 min for the vegetables and about 3 for the shrimp. I also substituted cornstarch with all purpose organic flower. I used about 3 teaspoons and I think that I could have put even more because the sauce was so thin. Overall a great recipe.
I made this last night and it was great! I substituted grape tomatoes and mushrooms for the red bell peppers but other than that made it exactly as stated (1/2 portion). The sauce definitely took more than 2 minutes to thicken but once it did it was fabulous. Yum!!!
Very fast and easy recipe. Instead of quinoa I used brown rice. It tasted delicious!! I may have used a little too much corn starch on accident. So I had to thin the sauce a bit with more broth. It was an easy fix and turned out great!! It's only my hubby and I so used 2 red peppers 1 lb. of shrimp and 1 lb. of asparagus. Very easy recipe to make your own!
This came out pretty good but only because I made several changes. Otherwise it would have been bland. I added black pepper red pepper flake and a tablespoon of butter to the sauce. I ended up taking the shrimp out to continue reducing the sauce without overcooking the shrimp and I still wasn't able to get it as thick as I would have liked but at least the flavor was good.
I made some changes - skipped the lemon as my daughter can't have citrus used home made chicken stock added some extra cornstarch based on previous reviews tossed it with spaghettini and grated some parmesan on top - It was delicious! My 3 year old even devoured it. Will definitely make it again!