Shrimp Salad

The secret to my success in the kitchen is healthy meals as quick a possible. I also love to make a wonderful party dish in minutes.

First soak a bag of shrimp in cool water. Then peel the shrimp.


Place three tablespoons of olive oil and a clove of fresh garlic in a pan. I cheat and use two teaspoons of already chopped garlic. Then cook the shrimp on medium heat until they are pink.

While cooking the shrimp I boiled some shell pasta. Then I ran them under cool water. I strained the pasta to place it in the dish.

Then pour in a bottle of the Ken’s Onion Dressing into the salad.

Cut up 1/2 of a large red onion and 1 red pepper. Place both into the pasta salad. Then add 3 Tablespoons of dill.

Finally add the Feta cheese and serve over spinach lettuce if you wish.

Thanks MadameDeals!

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10 comments… add one
  • This looks very yummy! I have some shrimp lovers in my family and they would love this. I am not sure if they would like the feta though. I have never tried Ken’s Onion Dressing or Feta so I am definitely going to try to make this. Thanks for sharing!

  • Wow, this sounds delicious, I love shrimp!!

  • thiws looks so goo, think I just might have to try this one

  • Gosh, you have the nicest recipes. I have to try this today!

  • This looks really yummy.
    I wanna try it this week.

    Thanks for the opportunity,

  • Looks great!

    I have been on such a fish kick lately. I’m bookmarking your recipe.

  • This looks delicious and similar to a warm pasta dish I make for my family. Now that the weather will be warming up soon, this looks like a good way to change it up!

  • Boy does that look good. I love shrimp

  • I will definitely have to try this recipe. It looks delicious and healthy. Thank you for sharing!

  • I have to try the recipe, but I might have to substitute the feta (don’t like it).


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