I have a large bag of frozen shrimp from Sams.... I know they are good with salads (not in salad mood). Just wondering if any of you have any good tips on what I can do with all this shrimp? Thought about dipping them in salsa. ?? Appreciate any ideas or recipes to go with all this shrimp. Thank you in advance!!
on 1/15/19 12:12 pm
Saute onions, celery, bell pepper in butter until softened
Remove from pan, add a bit more fat (butter, oil) on high heat
Season shrimp with salt, pepper, cayenne, oregano, paprika, garlic
Saute 2-3 on one side, turn over and add vegetables
Serve with anything you like
Spaghetti squash, veggie noodles, pasta, rice, quinoa
Would be great dipped in remoulade
I like them pan roasted -- PAM a baking pan, spread out and add your favorite veggies - I like squash, julienne carrots etc. I light spray them on top, and then season.
I like Tony Cachere's Cajun seasoning, or just salt pepper and thyme.
And a squeezee of fresh lime juice.
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on 1/15/19 1:06 pm
Here are a few of my favorites!
- Cook, chill, and make shrimp ****tail with sauce
- Sautee in olive oil, garlic, and Italian seasoning mix
- Sprinkle with cajun seasoning mix and bake
- Make ceviche (lime juice, onion, avocado, tomatoes, cilantro, garlic, EVOO)
- Chop them and put them in crustless quiche with spinach and bacon
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I love them pan sautéed with a little pesto.
I also love them roasted in the oven with olive oil, salt and pepper and garlic.
If you have an Aldi, they sell a jar of artichoke salad that is artichokes, roasted red pepper and green olives. I saute the shrimp, drain the jar and add the jar of stuff to the pan along with some garlic. Amazing flavor!
The other day I made a seafood broil with shrimp, mussels, and corn. I cooked the corn a little on the stove top, then threw it all in a pan, added butter, and sprinkled with a good amount of old bay, then put the broiler on. It was a total hit. Shrimp had shells, don't think it would have turned out as good without shells. I also made hush puppies for the fam. Felt like I was at a seafood restaurant.