Monday, May 16, 2011

Creamy Garlicky Shrimp Over Fettuccini


This was a total surprise dish.  By a surprise dish what I mean is I didn't expect to love this.  I know that sounds weird but its true!  Here's the background:  I got my Kraft First Taste coupon in the mail for the new Philadelphia Cooking Creme so I went out and bought it (because I can't pass up free right?)  I chose the Savory Garlic Cooking Creme and brought it home, put it in the fridge and there it sat and sat...  Fast forward a little while and I need a quick meal, I had a pasta dish in mind for dinner that night and went to grab the ingredients and they were not here - ugh!  I opened the fridge to come up with another plan and this container was begging to be used.  So, I grabbed it.  When I say I didn't expect to like this dish much , what I'm really saying is we are kind of pasta snobs in this house (I admit it we are.)  We don't buy jarred sauce unless its going in lasagna and then maybe we'll use some.  I can make a great sauce real fast like my go to quick pasta sauce recipe. Or an unbelievable, let it cook all day amazing pasta sauce like this one So, I was skeptical - I was so wrong!  This was great and when Hubby walked in from work and sat down to dinner he kept asking what was in this amazing sauce (he is a bigger pasta snob than I am so he was doubly shocked.)  Enjoy!!

What you need:
1 lb shrimp, frozen cooked cleaned and thawed (I used medium)
1/2 -1 cup frozen peas, thawed (I went overboard on the peas - I lost my grip on the bag)
2 tsp olive oil
1/2 cup chopped onion
black pepper
1/4 cup milk
1 tub Philadelphia Savory Garlicky Cooking Creme

What you do:
Heat oil and cook onions about 3-4 minutes.  Ad the peas and cook while stirring 4-5 more minutes.  Add your shrimp, pepper and milk and cook and stir for about 3 minutes or until the shrimp are heated through.  Add the creme now and continue to cook and stir for another couple of minutes.  You can add pasta liquid to thin if you need to.
Serve over fettuccine.

Linking up here

16 comments:

  1. I noticed this new cooking creme at the store and had NO IDEA what it was, so I passed it by. I'll definitely be picking some up though for those nights when I have no idea what to make! Especially as it got a good review from you pasta snobs :P

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  2. Yum. My shrimp loving daughter is going to love this. Come on over and share it on Hunk of Meat Monday.

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  3. Thanks for linking up today for my recipe swap-
    this looks delish!

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  4. This looks yummy! I have tried some of the other flavors of cooking creme with chicken dishes. I'll have to try shrimp as well! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. ooh, i wonder if they'll stock that cooking cream here! we get some Philadelphia products to it's possible.

    not sure what's not to love about this recipe. it's garlicky, creamy, and involves my 2 favorite things: pasta and prawns! lovely, thanks for sharing.

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  6. wow love this another great idea for the new cooking creme thanks for sharing

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  7. I've wanted to try the cooking cream myself for a while now. I'll have to give this a try!

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  8. This looks soo yummy! Anything with peas makes me happy.. especially pasta! Thanks for sharing with the pink Hippo Party! Can't wait to see what you share next week!

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  9. This is so random - but I love spelling 'garlicky' like that :) However, your food looks delicious. Never had garlicky fettuccini - I am going to have to try it!

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  10. It looks delicious! I can relate to the whole no-sauce-from-a-can. In college, I lived with a roommate who is Italian, and she would teach me all kinds of recipes from scratch that she learned from her mother! They're SO much better than any store bought sauce.

    So glad you liked it :) Saving this recipe now. Thanks!!

    xoxo

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  11. Thanks for linking up this week! I'll be featuring this on my blog on Saturday!

    http://sumossweetstuff.blogspot.com

    Sumo:)

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  12. Pass that yummy stuff my direction! That looks so good ... thanks for sharing.

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  13. Mmmm...sounds yummy, Danielle! I have wanted to try the new Philidelphia creme sauces. Sure makes for a quick and easy meal and I'm "all for that"! Hehe! Thanks for sharing your recipe with the Sunday Favorites repost party this week!

    Warmest summery wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  14. This looks delicious!! Thank you for linking up to Sharing Sundays. I wanted to let you know that this recipe (picture and link went up twice) but I believe you wanted to link up a second pasta recipe for Shrimp Leek and Spinach pasta which sounds soooo good. Would you mind coming back and re-linking that recipe please. Thank you.

    Ellen

    http://everydaysisters.blogspot.com

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