"For a gourmet meal this is very easy to prepare. Leftovers reheat well the next day too! Instead of using fresh shrimp like the recipe originally called (took too long the first time I did it) we now use frozen, raw, peeled and it tastes the exact same, but with 1/4 of the time! This is great over rice and served with French bread." — MICHELLE_F
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1 1/2 pounds
large shrimp (21-25 per pound), peeled and deveined
red peppers, diced
3 large cloves
chopped fresh thyme
dry white wine
1 (14.5 ounce) can
canned diced tomatoes
chopped fresh basil
Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste
Just tried this tonight for dinner and it was outstanding. I am a garlic fan so next time I would add a little more garlic, but just as it was, it was excellent. Thanks for submitting this recipe.
I didn't bother with the tomato paste - 1. I didn't want to open a can for just a couple of tbsps. 2. The sauce was decently thick enough already. Personally, I loved the fennel flavor but Husband definitely did not. All in all, this was ok but I thought it needed something else. Maybe a sprinkle of crumbled feta? This recipe would work with chicken or scallops/fish. Thanks.
I enjoyed this recipe, but changed it a little to suit my taste. I used half red peppers and half green peppers and a lot more garlic. I also added crushed red pepper to add a little kick. It turned out great!
This is a very healthy and flavorful recipe. I love it. I wanted to serve it over rice and needed more juice, so I doubled the wine, tomatoes, tomato paste, fennel, and thyme. I also omitted 1Tb of the oil. Otherwise, I followed the recipe and it was so delicious!
I've never tried any version of shrimp Provençal, so it's possible that I don't know what to expect of such a dish, but I wasn't pleased. It tasted more like a puree of veggies to me, though I didn't use white wine, and didn't have tomato paste (I substituted with tomato sauce). Obviously I'm no gourmet chef, or this would've been better. Just don't think I'll try again.
easy and delicious...and even better tasting the next day!
So sorry, but we didn't love it. Seemed bland and blah. I just can't place what would improve it.
Delightful! Was very fond of this recipe. Step son and I prepared this dinner for my husband, he enjoyed evey bite! :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 81
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