"This fruity shrimp scampi has a citrus kick." — marcod
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1 (16 ounce) package
no-pulp orange juice
grated orange zest
medium shrimp - peeled and deveined
chopped fresh parsley
grated Parmesan cheese
I made this receipe for my husband tonight he loved it. OMG the flavor was so good. I did not change anything and turned out perfect. Thank you this a winner!
Too much pepper! The pepper over powers the flavors of the whole dish! I have now learned an important lesson, salt & pepper to taste! ...Never to what a recipe states!! I think otherwise this would be a fantastic recipe! I think it would go great with rice and maybe add some broccoli!
This was so good!! I doubled the recipe and it came out great! I added pineapple chunks to the top of the pasta as well before pouring the sauce and shrimp on top. It was surprisingly light and I was so happy that everyone enjoyed it. I will definitely be making it again soon!
My entire family really loved this recipe. I was a little nervous about all of the fruit juices in a pasta dish but the flavors were awesome. I followed the recipe exactly and I don't think I will be making any changes next time I make it. Yummm... will definately be making this again soon.
Delicious! No need to change anything. Top with a little crushed red pepper and parmesan and take it down!
very good and tasty scampi. note that the recipe is a bit sweet, and the amount of garlic could be lessen.
Excellent. Try using "Little Bowtie" Farfalle, pasta; it holds the zest and sauce very well.
It has too much orange taste, that its bitter!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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