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Shannon Kay 2 months ago
Quick, easy weeknight meal. Adding it to my weekly rotation.
Shannon R. 4 months ago
Delicious!! Will definitely make this again!
Annie Sprague 4 months ago
I replaced the oilve oil with Avocado oil because you're not supposed to heat up the olive oil. I also added a little bit parsley to garnish the dish. Overall the flavor was really good. Hubby loved it!
Lois 5 months ago
It was yummy but I would have cooked the zucchini longer in more garlic and maybe butter too. It needed more flavor.
Sonia H. 9 months ago
This turned out perfectly! First zoodle experience (I know I'm late to the table on this) but now I'm all in! Simple. Delicious. Definitely going into the rotation for weeknight dinner.
dkjorth 10 months ago
It was excellent!!!!
Brittany a year ago
Gross would not make again
Donna Grimard a year ago
Easy,nutricious and delicious.
Christina a year ago
Easy to make and turned out great. I love zucchini noodles. (Next time I will use more seasoning.)
Joy S. a year ago
The lemon balances the heat from the red pepper flakes. It’s a filling dish that has great contrast of the cooked “noodles” and shrimp with the raw tomatoes. Just delicious!
Miranda M. 2 years ago
Great for a restrictive diet! Will definitely make again :) I did add extra garlic, more red pepper flakes, and basil to give it a little more flavor!
Emily Pfeil 2 years ago
I made this 3 times in a row bc i LOVED it. i loved the garlic and lemon flavors playing together.
Carolyn 2 years ago
Never sure how to not make the noodles too soggy, but liked the taste overall. Added in tomatoes at the end. Probably wouldn’t make again.
Cam Ray 2 years ago
Fun dish with great flavours I also added cajun spice to the shrimp and served with a small side of the lemon pepper basmati rice! disfrutar!!!
Marilu 2 years ago
Easy to make and delicious!!
Nic 2 years ago
Great! I’d make it again
Lindsay Savage 2 years ago
Very good and very simple! It is definitely spicy, next time I'll cut back on the red pepper flakes.
Anthony Blackshear 2 years ago
fast, easy and good!
L 2 years ago
Easy and good. Added feta cheese at end to top before serving. Delicious.
Jess 2 years ago
Amazing. Next time I will do a little less red pepper flakes.
Abby K. 2 years ago
Delicious and easy. I used chicken broth instead of white wine after reading some other reviews. I also used frozen zucchini noodles from Trader Joe’s to make it even easier. A new favorite!
Fraudelm 2 years ago
The flavor was good. The zucchini was a little soggy butcwoukd make again.
Rob 2 years ago
Simple and pretty good
Karen 2 years ago
I cut back on pepper flakes, our taste I would love a bit of parm grated on this but doing a Whole30
DeAna 2 years ago
Very tasty,this ones a keeper!
Lucy Rodriguez-Seda 2 years ago
This turned out great. I added 1/4 cup of low sodium chicken stock. Since I didn't have the zucchini noodles I added frozen zucchini and regular spaghetti no. 9. Very yummy and quick on the table.
Jenny Tarr 3 years ago
Turned out really good. I might try adding a tiny bit of chicken stock like another reviewer did. And I will add the tomatoes after I take it off the heat. I'm not a huge tomato fan and these cooked tomatoes are turning me off a bit. otherwise it's fabulous!
Belczyk 3 years ago
This dish was super quick and easy and fail proof. It had such good flavor and it was so light and fresh. I wasn't sleepy and didn't feel icky after eating it . I really enjoyed it <3
Becca V. 3 years ago
AWESOME FLAVOR, I ADDED A LITTLE CHICKEN STOCK, AND IT TURNED OUT DELICIOUS! ADDING IT ENHANCED THE FLAVOR IN THE ZUCCHINNI AND THE TOMATOES ALMOST MELTED IN YOUR MOUTH.
Erin H. 3 years ago
We loved the flavours and I'll definitely make it again! One small complaint was that the zucchini noodles were quite soggy - but I've since heard of a trick of putting them in a colander and pour salt on them and leave them for 30minutes - then rinse them off with cold water before cooking them - so I'll try that for next time. Thanks for the recipe!