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"Save the shrimp shells to make stock! I freeze 'em. Nice to use the trinity! Followed the recipe as written, except added bay leaves shortly after the tomatoes. Enjoyed the zip from the red pepper flakes. Definitely a keeper!"- Tikimom1
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1. Heat olive oil in medium non-stick skillet over medium-high heat. Add onion, green pepper, celery and garlic and saute until soft but not browned, about 5 minutes. 2. Stir in tomatoes and their liquid, breaking them up with spoon. Stir in tomato sauce, Worcestershire sauce and red pepper flakes (if using dried herbs, add also at this point). Reduce heat to low and gently simmer 15 minutes. Stir in fresh oregano and thyme, and simmer 5 minutes more. 3. Stir in shrimp and simmer 5 to 7 minutes more, until shrimp are cooked through. Serve over rice. Makes 4 servings. 466 cals, 7g fat (14% cff) *Recipe from "Lean and Lovin It" by Don Mauer (Chapters Publishing, 1996, $16.95 paperback). Home tested for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (1997). Review: This Spicy Shrimp Creole was a big hit with Journal Sentinel. "It reminded me of jambalaya without the andouille. Everyone liked this recipe." (ELF) email@example.com 2/99 Per serving: 463 Calories; 7g Fat (14% calories from fat); 41g Protein; 55g Carbohydrate; 259mg Cholesterol; 855mg Sodium NOTES : 9 WW points Recipe by: Lean and Lovin It Posted to EAT-LF Digest by Betsy Burtis
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armanimay 2 weeks agoI thought the sauce was bland and could've been thicker, adding salt made it better.
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MandyMarie 1 year agoQuick and easy, and tasty. Next time we will add jalapeños for some added kick!
MAL1404307 1 year agoVery tasty, not too hot!
Imcat 1 year agoSurprised my Husband with this.... He loved it!!!! Thank you so much for posting this recipe!! It's delicious and with all the fresh veggies and the brown rice I used it was a very healthy and tasty meal.
Sujen 1 year agoDelicious and very easy. Tasted just like Cajun creole from my favorite Cajun restaurant. The whole family liked it.
niecycooks 2 years agoI cooked this for my family and they loved it. It was delicious
Kennedykat 2 years agoKat's variation: blackened shrimp and a little extra worcestershire sauce. Result: amazing ~*
MsApple00 2 years agoGreat base recipe!Very easy to adjust to your liking.I recommend pre seasoning the shrimp with salt and pepper before adding them to the stew.also maybe adding a little more herbs than listed.Also a little extra pepper flake.
chrissy1973 3 years agoI cooked this for my boyfriend and he loved it. I used tomato paste and added water and also used crushed chillies for a bit of spice. Yummy
Sydney_Eun 3 years agoI made his recipe for my husband who loves creole. He loves it.
Londonpoe 4 years agoWhat's not to like with this easy recipie? I threw in some okra, beans and broccoli and a bit of red wine. Tasty and healthy. Family devoured it and the corn bread I made to go with.
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Tikimom1 5 years agoSave the shrimp shells to make stock! I freeze 'em. Nice to use the trinity! Followed the recipe as written, except added bay leaves shortly after the tomatoes. Enjoyed the zip from the red pepper flakes. Definitely a keeper!
promfh 8 years agoThis is Cajun-on-a-plate. You're gonna love it Mon Cherie! I Gar-On-Tee.