Original recipe yields 6 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
This is a keeper! I used the suggestion about carmelizing the onions, using only 1 T. butter, but found it too sweet. Made it again leaving out only the sugar--much better, and definitely sweet ...
I cut the servings down to 4 & roasted my squash (cut in half, scrape out seeds, place cut side down in inch of water, bake @350 for about 45 minutes... maybe an hour) & then scooped out the in...
Yum! This recipe was great, I didn't even get sick of it after three meals! The caramelized onions on the top were amazing.
This was pretty tasty, but next time I plan not to puree the shrimp. I prefer big chunks of shrimp. The carmelized onion was a great touch!
I thought it was bland. Maybe it was because I used frozen shrimp, but I won't make it again.
this is the one Pam and Shawn Loved - I made it for Kovarik Christmas I think and didn't go over well.
I was a little skeptical, but this dish was fantastic! Very elegant and gourmet. My husband and I ate it with a side of asparagus and a dry Riesling. This one's a keeper!
As someone suggested, I pureed all the pears. The only other change I made was to use a dry red wine, since I did not have sherry. Very tasty.