Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Spaghetti with Shrimp, Feta and Dill


This isn't the most Fall-ish supper, but I took a little break from soups and cold weather comfort foods last night and made the spaghetti with shrimp, Feta and dill from Real Simple's April 2010 issue.

You need:

spaghetti (cooked to package directions)
shrimp
olive oil
a lemon
a small bunch of fresh dill
3/4 c crumbled Feta

Saute the shrimp in olive oil and add about 1 tsp of grated lemon zest and 2 Tbsp of lemon juice. My shrimp was already cooked so I was just heating it up... but if it is uncooked give it about 3-4 minutes over medium-high heat or until opaque before you add in the lemon zest/juice.


When the pasta is cooked and drained, toss it with the shrimp, a little more olive oil, the Feta, and dill. I'll confess I added just a smidge of butter. This would be really good with a very buttery lemon sauce but definitely not as healthy.

All done - super easy!

xoxo

8 comments:

  1. I have two words to say about this: yes please!

    xoxo,
    Carrie

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  2. absolutely DELISH looking---------thank you very much for this recipe!!

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  3. Oh...this looks really tasty...I think the lemon must elevate everything here...and feta? I never considered that as a past topping...I must have been living under a rock!

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  4. Thanks for the recipe! Two of my favourite things: spaghetti and shrimp!

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  5. Yum.. that looks really good!

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  6. Dear Sparrows and Sparkle, what a delicious and quick recipe! Thank you! Here in Germany we have the Week of Healthy Nourishment in the media. I always cook on my own, and tasty and healthy - and am surprised that too many people say: "I don't have the time!" Now - taken your marvellous recipe: it doesn't take much time, you know what is in it, it is fresh and healthy - and it is yummy!! So no excuses for the overworked :-)

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  7. That looks delicious! I am obsessed with real simple recipes, their website and magazines are where I get the vast majority of my recipes from.

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  8. Sounds like a fabulous recipe!!! I am with you on the butter, it makes everything taste better!!!

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