Garlic Lemon Shrimp is basically shrimp scampi with a bit of cream and Parmesan cheese. What sets this recipe apart is the method, wherein the sauce is made first before adding the shrimp. This method prevents the shrimp from becoming tough and chewy from over-cooking. The result is a delightfully tangy, creamy sauce with tender succulent shrimp.
Instant Pot Macaroni and Cheese is a real game-changer! Who knew you could make this beloved recipe from scratch in an Instant Pot? This should be incentive for you to throw away the box, because it only takes 6 minutes of cooking under pressure to deliver mac ‘n’ cheese loaded with flavor.
Pulled Barbecue Shrimp Sandwiches by Texas Chef Michael Flores is a take-off on pulled pork, substituting shrimp for the pork. The creamy barbecue sauce is souped up with the tangy flavor of orange juice.
Parmesan Spinach Orzo is a quick and easy side dish made on the stove-top. The end result is like a rich, creamy risotto, without the constant stirring
Potato Chip Meatballs get full flavor from classic dry onion soup mix and uses potato chips as a binder instead of bread crumbs. Add a delicious homemade mushroom gravy, and you have a real winner!
When you’re running short on time, look no further than Creamy Shrimp Scampi. It’s so easy to make with minimal ingredients. Best of all, you can have this restaurant-worthy dish on the table in less than 30 minutes.
This creamy Shrimp Pasta Casserole is a good way to stretch your shrimp investment. The from-scratch sauce is a flavorful alfredo-style with the tang of Swiss cheese and zip of seafood spices. Snow peas add a delightful textural crunch.
Baby boomers fondly remember the simple classic green bean casserole as a Thanksgiving standard. This version is updated a bit to add fresh mushrooms. It also uses frozen green beans, which contain less salt and retain more color.