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This was a great dish! I served it at my book club luncheon and no one believed I made it - they thought I had ordered takeout!! No one would leave until I gave them the recipe. I did made a few changes tho, I used basil-tomato feta cheese, added parmesan cheese and scallions and lots of red pepper flakes.
This made a delicious dinner for us tonight. I did substitute drained plain yogurt for the sour cream and fresh spinach for frozen, and added 2 tomatoes I wanted to use up. I also cut back on the salt because my feta cheese was very salty. This went together so quickly that dinner was ready almost half an hour early! Thank you, winkki, for an excellent recipe. I'll definitely make it again.
Very nice recipe. I used spaghetti instead of the fettuccine. Personal preference. :)
Good and easy! I was unsure if you needed to squeeze the water out of the spinach but did it anyway. IMO, the feta makes this dish. Changes-used pre cooked shrimp. Sauteed with garlic for 1-2 minutes then threw them in the mixture. I also increased the garlic. Next time I will decrease the sour cream and bump up the red pepper flakes(alot).
Very Good. Very Easy!
This was delicious. I was skeptical about adding the feta. but, oh boy was I glad I did. I easily doubled the recipe since I had more mouths to feed. What little was left over was twice as good the next day. If you take this to work, take along some breath mints, the garlic will make you wish you had. Very good. Will make this again, and often.
This dish is amazing! I took some liberties for dietary reasons. I used low fat cream cheese, low fat feta and Dreamfield's pasta. I added mushrooms by sauteing them, some fresh spinach and the shrimp together rather than adding to the boiling water. I also used fresh basil rather than dried. We just loved this and plan on making it again. I think with my method of cooing chicken would work well too and I plan on trying that soon.
I used spaghetti and added chopped asparagus a few minutes before the spinach and shrimp. For the sauce, I blended light cream cheese (neufchatel) and Smart Balance (olive oil based butter substitute) to which I added some chopped artichoke hearts and basil paste. It tasted like spinach-artichoke dip deluxe pasta!
Very good ... quick & simple! I loved the feta cheese.
Very good quck supper that couldn't be easier! Thanks for sharing!