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Dilly Shrimp Pasta Salad


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Rating: 5
by: Donna, OK Reviewed: 07/19/2014
Dilly Shrimp Pasta Salad
Fantastic. Worth the effort.
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Rating: 5
by: Dean, AZ Reviewed: 06/23/2011
Great one-dish meal!
I have made this twice, and my wife and I love it.
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Rating: 5
by: Stephanie Reviewed: 06/20/2011
Fantastic
I tried this over the weekend. Followed recipe except I did add some finely sliced cucumbers. The only problem was everyone liked it, so it did not last long. I will use this again. I am planning on making it this week with chicken instead of shrimp.
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Rating: 5
by: Canidae Reviewed: 06/16/2011
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Great recipe, instead of two bowls for mixing, start with the sauce first, fold all "sauce" mixture into bowl then add your dry ingredients, folding to coat the dry with the sauce. This saves me having to wash a separate bowl. We add a little red pepper and garnish with chopped cilantro to give it that Southern bite
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Rating: 4
by: Marianne Reviewed: 07/30/2010
This shrimp dish is delicious, but it does NOT need the parsley, which interferes with the fresh dill, nor does it need peas - they don't add anything to the taste since peas really are quite bland and nondescript in taste.
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Rating: 5
by: Janice Reviewed: 09/02/2009
Great dish!
I made this with 1 lb. of shrimp rather than the shrimp/calmari as the recipe called for. I didn't have any fresh dill so I used 1 teaspoon of dried dill. It was great and my husband loved it. Very good on a hot summer evening.
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