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.
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.
Orange Ginger Shish Kebabs are marinated in an citrus Asian mixture, interwoven with bacon on skewers, then grilled to tender perfection.
Delicious San Francisco cioppino seafood stew dates back to 1941. You can add whatever shellfish you like, and even fish.
Colorful shrimp spread is a deliciously different appetizer for parties and tailgates. It is a take-off on the ever popular Mexican 7-Layer Dip, but with seafood.
Baked shrimp scampi is simple to make using such common ingredients as garlic, butter, bread crumbs, lemon juice, and oregano. It is easier to make a large amount using this method, so do enjoy it as an entree or appetizer.
Crab and shrimp are the stars of this seafood pasta chowder, along with mushrooms, green onions, spices, and red wine. Serve with crusty bread on the side, or better yet, in a bread bowl. This soup is rich and chunky, hearty enough to make a meal.
Slightly spicy with a hint of sweetness, Easy Baked Shrimp cooks quickly in the oven. For a simple, yet elegant entree, you can’t go wrong with this dish. The simple marinade imparts flavor, and the herbed coating adds a bit of crunch.