True Shrimp Creole
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Cook: 25 min.
"Teddy" it says 4 - 5 minutes to heat through
I was disappointed, it turned into a mush of tomatoes with little flavor. I kept it over night as suggested and still did not improve. However, it makes a good sandwich spread.
LOVED it ! I used the little pearl onions and ADDED sugar snap peas! AWSOME !!!!!
I add cayenne pepper for a little kick
Heat for 45-50 minutes or until heated through? It would be "heated through" in 3 minutes. Poor directions!
This was much better than we expected. I do have a difficult time finding these large shells. WalMart carries them.
I made this on Monday for Mardi Gras yesterday. This recipe is really really good. I did have to add some broth during cooking because it was drying out too much even on low heat. Since my hot sauce is rather wimpy I also added a scant 1/2 tsp. of cayenne. This will be the shrimp creole recipe I use from now on. Thanks for sharing it.
This is definitely a winner! I added cayenne pepper for more of a kick. I like it spicy.
I took the liberty of adding polish sausage to the mixture and serving it on a bed of wild rice. (A true Polish Minnesotan!). I thought the meal was delicious! Thanks for sharing!