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WINNER!!! Made this as written except for cutting the recipe in half except for the sacue like TeresaS did and used parsley instead of dill (out of dill). I had large garlic cloves so that was fine and DH totally inhaled his dinner. Going into my Favorites of 2013. Thank you for posting. Made for the Aussie Swap2013.
Not really sure what I did wrong but...I mixed a citrus with dairy and it separated and cuddled like normal. Otherwise it was delicious. I cut the recipe in half but not the sauce. I seasoned it with Johnny Seasoning Salt for an added kick. Not sure where the veggies come in...I think you could serve it with any green, white, yellow or red veggies you want. I served the seafood/sauce on top of penne. Thanks for posting. :)
Delicious! My kids thought this was definite restaurant quality. :) That's a huge compliment coming from them! I did omit the scallops as we don't like them and probably tripled the shrimp as we LOVE them! I also left out the snap peas. I followed the instructions as written. When the sauce and shrimp were done - I thought it was a little too runny so.... I poured the sauce into the pasta I had made to go with the shrimp. It turned into a kind of fettuccine dish. Man oh man. Was that ever good! We put the shrimp and asparagus on top. Two kids took it to school the next day for lunch and I salvaged a bowl for myself as well. :) Thanks so much for sharing! Made for the October 2009 Aussie/NZ recipe swap. I will be making this as often as I can.
This was a really elegant and fancy dinner for us. We loved it. I did add more garlic and salt and pepper to the sauce. I doubled the recipe for sauce because we love sauce. We substituted green beans for the asparagus and snow peas. Made for Summer Comfort Cafe.
This was pretty much a sure thing for me as I love pasta with seafoond and often make a similar sauce. I had left over King Crab that I needed to use up, (not that I get to say that too often!) so I used it in place of the scallops. The asparagus and snap peas in the store weren't looking too good so I served this with Haricots Vert over whole wheat spaghetti. The sauce was tasty though I thought it could use more seasoning - I added salt and pepper and extra garlic - a little dill or basil would have been good too. I really liked that it was rich without being heavy. I cut the recipe down to one serving but used sauce for 2. Made for the Comfort Cafe July 09 Recipe of the Day
Oh Pat, This was truely outstanding! The balance of ingredients and flavors was superb. This is a restaurant quality dish all the way. We really enjoyed this. My little girl said "this is great!" I made this exactly as written but doubled the sauce because I put it over thin spaghetti and I wasn't able to get scallops because the seafood place was sold out :( so I just added more shrimp :) I'll be making this regularly. Thank you so much for sharing this one. So glad I chose this for PRMR game
10 STARS all the way! Totally restaurant quality here. So easy and so delicious. Perfect for a dinner party. I did substitute dill for the parsley which was great. THANKS! Made for MAKE MY RECIPE.
This is 5+ *** recipe in my book. It's not every day that you get to try a recipe as good as this. I felt like I was fine dining with each bite. This was such a great find! Excellent served with noodles on the side to sop up the juices. Delicious any time!
This is super simple to prepare with a really lovely end result. I made as is apart from adding some chopped fresh dill that I wanted to use up.. I love prawns and scallops so this is a wonderful, light way to prepare them and what a bonus as it is also low in carbs.. A great post Pat.. A recipe that adds a lovely flavour to the seafood with out taking away from the yummy natural flavours of the scallops and prawns.