Poppers are always a big hit at parties, and these spicy shrimp bites bump those up a notch in both flavor and spiciness. Jumbo shrimp is wrapped in crescent rolls and baked to tender perfection. It’s the perfect finger food appetizer for any party.
Chunky shrimp avocado boats salad combines the briny flavor of shrimp with the sweet flavors of fresh cantaloupe and honeydew melons, accompanied by the velvety goodness of avocado.
I love macaroni salad, but the traditional recipes are fairly mundane. This is not your Mama’s macaroni salad! Shrimp Garden Pasta Salad is perfect for summer picnics and potluck dinners.
Shrimp is a favorite here, and it goes so well with rice. Most of the ingredients in Shrimp Corn Pilaf are staple items in the kitchen, so it’s quick to throw together on those nights that you don’t feel like getting stuck in the kitchen.
Shrimp bisque is a staple in many 4-star seafood restaurants. It’s surprisingly easy to make at home and doesn’t require any fancy exotic ingredients.
Hearty Low Country Corn Chowder is based on a Southern favorite, the Low Country Boil. This spicy chowder incorporates the main low country boil ingredients consisting of corn, potatoes, sausage, and shrimp. Each heart-warming bite brings a taste of good ol’ Southern country living.
If you love risotto but don’t have time to babysit the pot by stirring, try this delicious baked shrimp sausage risotto. This meal-in-a-pot is gourmet quality, but is quite easy to make.
Buttermilk Cornbread Shrimp removes the oil factor from traditional fried breaded shrimp because it is baked in the oven. The herbed buttermilk cornbread coating on the shrimp is slightly sweet with a complementary slight touch of heat from ground chipotle chile peppers. This is a good alternative for those who love fried shrimp but are watching their cholesterol intake. The shrimp takes only about 15 minutes to cook, so have everything else ready to go!