Top-ranked recipe named "Chesapeake Bay Pasta Chicken and Shrimp"
Quick and easy to prepare and tastes great (better than you may think from reading the recipe)
"Yeah, it's me again, but I needed to update my review.
This dish is still not only one of my favorites, because of major hurricane damage (Wilma) to my home, the only thing left of my kitchen was the fridge. I was able to make this dish start to finish on a two burner hot plate. Took a little longer (not much, but the pasta took longer), and it came out just as good as on the stove.
And yes, I do now add the Old Bay to the cream mixture.
1. Coat chicken with 2 teaspoons Old Bay Seasoning. Melt butter in large non-stick skillet over medium heat. Add chicken; cook 3 minutes per side.
2. Coat shrimp with 1 teaspoon Old Bay Seasoning. Push chicken to one side of skillet; add shrimp. Cook and stir 3 to 4 minutes or until shrimp turn pink.
3. Mix remaining Old Bay with cream. Add cream mixture, cooked pasta and green onion to skillet. Bring to a boil. Lower heat; simmer 5 minutes or until sauce thickens and pasta is heated through.
TIP: Add 1 cup thawed broccoli florets or green peas along with cooked pasta.
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SweetTia 10 months agoOMG! So good and so simple to make. I added broccoli as suggested. Will definitely make again.
rose212 10 months agoMy kids loved this! And it was simple!
lajthemom 2 years agoAmazing!
Beezlewoof 2 years agoOh, this was so good! I added half a small can of peas and will add more shrimp next time.
xoErika87xo 3 years agoIf you love old bay youll love this recipe!! YUM!!!!
sandybr3 4 years agoWHAT TYPE OF CREAM DO YOU USE??AND WHAT IS OLD BAY SEASONING??
Jonbenya 4 years agoAwesome dish! I was very impressed, everyone at dinner loved it!
yamahawins 4 years agoGreat meal! Added carb to the meal, garlic toast as a bread...
Slack 6 years agoLoved it! Two of my favorite ingredients...simple and fast:)
zymurgy 7 years agoamazingly simple and easy recipe that tastes great! thanks