Recipe by MARYANNG
"This classic Greek shrimp dish is baked with a tomato sauce and topped with feta cheese. Relatively quick and simple to make. This recipe goes wonderfully with rice pilaf and some crusty bread."
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extra virgin olive oil
onion, finely chopped
chopped green onion
chopped, peeled tomatoes
dry white wine
chopped fresh parsley
chopped fresh oregano
salt and pepper to taste
large uncooked shrimp, peeled
crumbled feta cheese
I'm just calling this recipe feta shrimp. I used chopped fresh tomatoes without peeling them & I think it tasted fine. I guess you could use diced canned tomatoes instead as well. I reduced the temperature to 400 degrees as I used cooked shrimp instead of the uncooked shrimp. If you do this, you may want to experiment with the temperature & cooking time as you want to make sure not to cook the dish too long. You want to heat up the shrimp but not have them rubbery. I also left out the oregano as my husband isn't a big fan. Next time, I think I'll try a flavored feta (garlic/herb or tomato/basil) for a little more of a flavor punch.
Well...it wasnt much to "rave" over and seem to have that something missing from it. Thank you for the recipe post; it was a dinner fix but I will keep my eye out for another. My shrimp was already cooked so the oven temp was set at 400 and I left the dish in long enough to heat through.
This was really easy...and excellent. I would recommend it to anyone...I may add some hot sauce the next time.
This was actually not so time consuming at all! In fact, it was done quicker than we were ready to eat! I made some angel hair pasta to go with it and it was *very* tasty and delicious. I may even make this for company!! It's a keeper!
This was soooo delicious! I used fresh, unpeeled tomatoes also and they were just fine. I also used only one pound of shrimp and it was a good thing because there was just enough "sauce" to cover them. When I made the "sauce", it was more like a chunky salsa ... but absolutely delicious. I will be making this again ... soon!
I'd have to give this 3 1/2 stars...hubby liked it but my kids didn't like the wine sauce. I used garden fresh tomatoes, a mix of wine and chicken broth. I only had cooked shrimp, so I just put in the last three minutes of cooking on the stove and did not cook in the oven. Put the feta cheese on before serving.
I loved this recipe. I made it using reduced fat feta and chicken broth instead of wine. I also used half the shrimp since I was cooking for just two people. I served it with a salad made from feta, a seeded cucumber, halved grape tomatoes, red onions, lemon juice and fresh pepper.
Simple recipe that was okay. It was much better the 2nd day once the flavors blended in together. Served with lemon pasta recipe found on this site. Perhaps some black kalamata olives would enhance this recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 98
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