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- 12 oz. shrimp (large raw, peeled and deveined)
- 1 Tbsp. avocado oil (or olive oil)
- 1 cup diced yellow onion
- 2 garlic cloves (fresh, minced)
- 2 jars diced tomatoes (14.5 ounces each, undrained)
- 1/4 cup white wine (or chicken stock)
- 1/2 tsp. italian seasoning (dried)
- sea salt
- ground pepper
- 1/4 cup crumbled feta cheese
- chopped parsley (a small bunch of fresh)
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Geraldine Krahn 2 months ago
ended up forgetting the feta but very easy anddelicious anyways!
Desteny Baker 3 months ago
it delicious i subbed canned tomatoes for fresh ones from my garden and it was amazing
Tammy 4 months ago
This dish was really flavorful. I used fresh herbs from my garden. The only substitution I made was garlic and herb feta. I will definitely make this again!
Scott Dichter a year ago
Fine but really bland
Chef Joe a year ago
Love it. We make it over pasta!
Ygame IOO a year ago
Such a good dish. Put 5 cloves of garlic in but seems like more could've been better and added some red pepper flakes.
Steven Moller a year ago
This is a very good dish! If you want to, you can make this a Whole30 meal or a prediabetes/diabetes meal, as provided below. Whole30 1) using chicken stock/broth in place of the white wine (as suggested) 2) leaving out the cheese Prediabetes / Diabetes 1) use low sodium chicken stock/broth 2) leave out the salt 3) use no salt diced tomatoes (I used no salt fire roasted diced tomatoes) Here are some suggested improvements. 1. Use the juice from only one of the cans of diced tomatoes and drain the other. Some people have mentioned that if you do not do this, it is too water, and in my case, they are correct. 2. Cook the shrimp and sauce separately. The shrimp does not absorb the favors of the sauce, so it would be better to saute' the shrimp in clarified butter, garlic, ginger (and other spices that you think would work well with it). 3. So that the spices of the sauce can marry well together, I recommend cooking the sauce longer, like at least an hour. If you do this, then I suggest the following 2 choices: 1) cook the shrimp separately; 2) take the sauce out of the oven, and add the shrimp about 10-15 minutes prior to finishing the cooking of the sauce. Personally, the next time I make this, I will cook the shrimp separately so that I can determine when the shrimp is done cooking. Enjoy this dish!
Larry Howard 2 years ago
Delicious! We cooked some yellow rice to go with it.
Dawn Garcia 2 years ago
My husband loved it nice and light we ate it with a simple salad
Debbie 2 years ago
Really versatile and easy! I’ve made this recipe at least half dozen times in the past couple months. We serve over/with quinoa. I’ve added chopped olives, peppers, capers, extra diced tomato, just about anything you want. I have read some had tough shrimp but mine have always been perfect. I fold the shrimp in, quickly cover with feta, and directly in the oven it goes. I think if you let it simmer it could easily get overcooked.
Rachel Pagett 2 years ago
For such a limited ingredient list, the flavor was there but I probably won’t make it again. Used jumbo shrimp and it got rubbery after following the cooking directions to a T. Maybe I did something wrong?
Leah A Glenn 2 years ago
Really tasty! I added cayenne pepper and capers. We like a bit of spice. I will definitely cook this again.
Jessica B 2 years ago
Delicious!!! Like others mentioned, I added extra garlic (we love garlic.) Served over Seeds of Change (rice and quinoa.)
Annette Braun 2 years ago
There flavor was great. i added 4 garlic cloves instead of 2 and a little red pepper flakes. Will make again.
Kirk Little 2 years ago
Very tasty. Added smoked sausage.
Katie 2 years ago
So good and SO easy! I’d definitely make it again
Michelle 2 years ago
Turned out surprisingly good! I love garlic so I added about 5 cloves. After the onions and garlic sautéed a bit I seasoned it with Italian seasoning and put a splash of balsamic vinaigrette in there and let it fry up a bit to release the flavors. I added a little red pepper flakes to spice it up. Everything else was pretty much the same. I paired it with a nice Greek salad and thin noodles
Aubrey Chang 3 years ago
Added red pepper flakes for a little kick
PoPo 3 years ago
It was easy to make and we really enjoyed it! We will be having it again.
Marwan Haddad 3 years ago
Delicious and esay dish to make. Added a bit more feta and tomato sauce to the skillet.
Satan 3 years ago
Turned out really watery and didn’t have much flavor
Adrian P. 3 years ago
so yummly 😋 no modifications will definitely make this again
Paul Robidoux 3 years ago
Quick ad easy, and very flavorful
Mia 3 years ago
Turned out great! Loved the flavors. I added spinach to mine too. Will definitely make again!
Johnathan Amin 3 years ago
Added some penne noodles and halfed the recipe. This is great!
Drea Serrato 3 years ago
Easy recipe, put it over penne for a bit more of a meal.
Brennhofer 3 years ago
Really easy. We used fresh garden peeled tomatoes and it was a bit too juice but still really tasty. We will make it again.
Ran Pressley 4 years ago
Very good, very simple and healthy. All in one skillet.
Ron Reaves 5 years ago
great used fire roasted tomatoes
Leslie Black 5 years ago
This was okay, but needs something to add a bit more flavor.