Shrimp & Macaroni Casserole
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 20 min.
Added to our receipt book! Delicious and a new family favorite!
I made this for the first time today and it is wonderful . Not only is it really tasty, it's low in calories, inexpensive, filling and quick and easy to make. it's a real winner.
Nice recipe. Like many others, I substituted peas for the spinach (I actually used a peas & carrots blend) and in addition to the shrimp, which I precooked from reading reviews that some of the shrimp didn't cook completely, I tossed in some imitation lobster as well. Real lobster would be better, but I only buy it when it's on sale. This would also be good with bay scallops. I may try that next time instead of the imitation lobster.
Marvelous! I followed the recipe pretty closely, except that I used cheddar cheese instead of the Parmesan, and I experimented a bit with the spinach. I defrosted a 10-ounce package, squeezed it as dry as I could get it, spread it out on a cookie sheet that I first coated with cooking spray, and baked it at 350 degrees for half an hour. The baking removed even more liquid without drying the spinach out completely.I also cut the shrimp in half crosswise instead of chopping them. Although the visible shrimp were cooked, the ones buried in the casserole needed a little nuke-time. We will definitely be having this again, so I will try halving the shrimp lengthwise.
Very yummy! I made this on a "snow day" with what I had on hand. Like others I used a combination of cheeses for the parmesan (cheddar, smoked gruyere, and parm) and substitutes peas for the spinach. I will definitely make this again.
So easy yet sooo delicious! I used precooked shrimp.
This was very good. The only change I made was I used a Asiago, Fontina, Parmesan, Provolone mix in place of the Parmesan. My husband liked it. Will make again.
So very very good! Frozen peas are great in place of the spinach. Cooked shrimp instead of raw worked as well.
Wow! Ok, I doubled the recipe. I also added a couple of seasonings - old bay & paprika just on top. I should also say that the garlic cloves were huge so this was very garlicky - delicious if you love garlic. I would have done a full pound of shrimp for 6 servings though. Next time.
Delicious! The trick is to add different cheeses. I used shredded asiago, provolone, romano, mozzarella, fontina and parmesan. Yum!