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Searing is one of the simplest techniques you can learn in the kitchen, and seared shrimp make for a great meal on their own, tossed into a salad, or with pasta and tomato sauce.
Chef/Owner Brian Landry of New Orleans' Jack Rose and Nashville's Marsh House loves making this etouffee during the colder months. Landry recommends making big batches of this Creole stew because it tastes even better the next day. Serve it with cooked rice on a chilly night.
Creole sauce is a hallmark of New Orleans cooking and takes time and a bit of technique to get right. It’s usually mixed with shrimp and served over rice for shrimp Creole, but it can be used to braise anything from green beans to wild game. A good homemade stock and well-made brown roux are essential. Okra isn’t traditional, but I like to add a cupful in with the sautéed vegetables for flavor and thickening. The good news is, except for the final step of sautéing the protein or vegetables, it can be made ahead of time and refrigerated for up to a week or frozen. Once you have this base, you can go in infinite directions.With a quart of Creole Mother Sauce in the refrigerator, a company-worthy dinner is only minutes away. Heat up the sauce while you cook the rice, toss a salad, and heat a loaf of bread. You can simply drop the shrimp into the simmering sauce, but I like to season the shrimp separately and give them a quick sauté to add a little more caramelization.This recipe originally appeared in GW Fins' book, "The Deep End of Flavor," and is reproduced here with permission from Gibbs Smith Publishing.
Chef David Kinch may be known for his landmark three Michelin-starred California restaurant Manresa, but at The Bywater in Los Gatos, California, he's showcasing the best of New Orleans, the city where he grew up. Here is The Bywater's recipe for classic shrimp remoulade.
Here's a recipe you can make for a crowd that is easy to make and serve. It’s grilled shrimp cocktail. I know we’ve all eaten shrimp cocktail till the cows come home. I like to add a different twist to mine and grill them.Does that mean you can eat them cold? Well, of course you can! I think they are packed with flavor and best eaten cold with cocktail sauce.I served these at a dinner party in our home for our friends . It was a fan favorite and done in under 15 min. — Monica from Ditch the Gluten
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Ceviche is a South American seafood dish that uses citrus or vinegar, in this case lime juice, to “cook” the seafood. Throw in a little tequila to add some sweet flavors to this fresh and healthy shrimp dish.
I can't decide what I like more about this dish: the wonderful blend of sweet and savory flavors, or the name. Either way, it's an easy yet impressive dish to prepare, and versatile enough to take on minor tweaks if you so choose.
This is an ultimate go to healthy recipe. Wiuth resturant quality taste and home-cooking execution, this simple, flavorful salad is a great weeknight go to that will keep you satisfied.
Created by New York City's Kamal Rose and former NFL player Bill Ard, this shrimp recipe is a true representation of its New Orleans surroundings. A dirty rice filled with chicken liver, kidney beans, and aromatics makes it stand out from most versions of the Southern specialty.
One of the greatest tricks to a dinner party is finding menu items that look impressive without actually taking much work. This simple appetizer fits the bill — it only requires a few minutes of prep, but by showcasing it in the avocado shell you get a unique presentation that will wow any guests.Check out Everything You Want to Know About Avocados.
This easy shrimp ceviche is seasoned with a little lime, lemon, and orange juice, and given texture from avocados, cucumbers, and radishes.
Shrimp are the answer to getting a restaurant-quality meal in the table in minutes.
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When it comes to purchasing shrimp, always choose fresh if available. The next best will be frozen. For this recipe you will need jumbo shrimp. There are about 16 shrimp per pound with this size. I prefer them to be:
Tip: Always use raw shrimp for this recipe – if you opt for previously cooked your shrimp will turn out tough after cooking on the grill.
Heat two tablespoons of oil in a wok over medium heat until shimmering. Add the garlic, scallions and let brown, stirring occasionally, 3 to 5 minutes. Add the chili pepper flakes if using and stir until aromatic, about 30 seconds. Transfer oil and aromatics to a large metal bowl. Wipe wok clean with paper towel.
Add remaining oil to wok and heat to 375°F over medium heat. Meanwhile, combine egg and cornstarch in a medium bowl. Add shrimp and toss to coat. When the oil is ready, add half of the shrimp, dropping them into the oil one at a time. Cook, agitating and flipping shrimp frequently until crisp and just cooked through, 2 to 3 minutes total. Transfer shrimp to a paper towel-lined plate and repeat with remaining batch.
Add drained fried shrimp to bowl with browned aromatics. Season to taste with salt, pepper, and optional additional seasonings. Serve immediately.
This tasty dish could be served as is, with some crusty bread on the side. It will also pair well with cooked rice, quinoa, couscous, and pasta.
This Shrimp and Vegetable Skillet stays well in the refrigerator and tastes great the next day. It also makes a wonderful meal prep option. Enjoy!
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Olives, cheese, meat, and a moderate amount of wine are wonderful components of the Mediterranean diet. But don’t forget seafood as a super element as well!
Listed below are 16 shrimp recipes that are modified to meet the protocols of the Mediterranean diet while still being simple enough to fit in with your busy lifestyle.
Streamline your weeknight dinner with this nutritious One-Pan Shrimp Dinner recipe from Good Dinner Mom.
Loaded with veggies like artichoke hearts, olives, and peppers, this Shrimp Orzo Pasta from Taste Of Home is perfect for a quick lunch or light dinner.
Bursting with Mediterranean flavors, this herb-packed Shrimp Pasta recipe from Two Healthy Kitchens is ready to serve in less than 30 minutes.
The View From Great Island’s golden lemon sauce makes this luscious shrimp recipe rich and enticing.
This colorful Shrimp Farro Salad from Go Epicurista is great to prepare ahead of time, since the farro can be stored in your fridge all week and warmed just before serving. Use the vegetables pictured or substitute those you prefer. A classic Mediterranean vinaigrette brings it all together!
This quick Mediterranean Zoodles recipe from Stay Snatched is a wonderful way to enjoy noodles without piling up on carbs.
Olives and feta cheese are classic Mediterranean ingredients in this Shrimp Salad from Williams Sonoma. Fresh, delicate flavors are baked together with succulent shrimp for a tangy feast.
Plating Pixels’ Shrimp Tacos are a Mediterranean twist on the classic Mexican recipe. Casual and spicy-give them a try!
An exciting option to serve to guests or to liven up your Mediterranean diet dinners, try this vibrant Shrimp, Arugula, White Bean and, Cherry Tomato Salad from Simply Recipes.
Herbed pasta topped with zesty grilled shrimp from Bhg will make your weeknight meals more exhilarating.
A healthy Quinoa Shrimp Bowl with crunchy veggies, sautéed shrimps, and Dijon mustard dressing will keep you satisfied. (Recipe from My Everyday Table)
The Cafe Sucre Farine’s Mediterranean Shrimp and Chicken recipe blends all our favorite flavors like plum tomatoes, kalamata olives, basil, lemon juice, and more to create this masterpiece.
Sauté the shrimp, crumble feta cheese on top, and broil for a couple of minutes to infuse flavors- this Shrimp recipe from Mediterrasian is just that simple and shrimp-tastic!
Spring greens, red pepper, feta cheese, shrimp, and garlic create a color burst of fresh flavors in this lovely summer Mediterranean Garlic Shrimp Salad from Creme De La Crumb.
Pep-up your upcoming party with these scrumptious Garlic Shrimp Skewers from The Mediterranean Dish.
Cast Iron Keto’s Shrimp Zoodles is a fantastic low-carb option packed with Mediterranean flavors.
That completes our list of 16 Mediterranean Diet Shrimp recipes. Let us know how much you enjoyed them in the comments below. Is there one that stands out? Mention your favorite Mediterranean Diet shrimp recipe or add one if you think we have missed one!
Cook the pasta as directed on the package until al dente (about 8-10 minutes). Drain well and set aside.
Meanwhile, melt the butter in a skillet over medium heat. Add the wine, Parmesan, garlic, parsley, salt, and pepper. Bring to a simmer and let cook for 3-5 minutes, stirring frequently.
Increase the heat to medium-high. Add the shrimp to the skillet and cook for 3-4 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the shrimp just turns pink.
Divide the pasta between individual serving plates. Top with the garlic shrimp and any liquid from the pan. Garnish with additional Parmesan cheese, if desired.
Combine the garlic, onion, parsley, basil, mustards, salt, pepper, olive oil, and lemon juice. Add the shrimp and allow them to marinate for 1 hour at room temperature or cover and refrigerate for up to 2 days.
Prepare a charcoal grill with hot coals, and brush the grilling rack with oil to prevent the shrimp from sticking. Skewer the shrimp. I use 5 or 6 shrimp on a 12-inch skewer for a dinner serving.
Grill the shrimp for 1-1/2 minutes on each side. Serve with the Mango Salsa.
Sauté the olive oil, onions, and ginger in a large sauté pan over medium-low heat for 10 minutes, or until the onions are translucent. Add the garlic and cook for 1 more minute. Add the mangos reduce the heat to low and cook for 10 more minutes. Add the orange juice, brown sugar, salt, black pepper, and jalapeños cook for 10 more minutes, or until the orange juice is reduced, stirring occasionally.
Remove from the heat and add the mint. Serve warm, at room temperature, or chilled.
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With a flavor that’s somewhere between Asian and Caribbean, these skewers are hard to label but easy to make and tasty enough that they’ll be a hit with the whole family.
Game plan: If you’re using wooden skewers, soak them in warm water for 30 minutes beforehand, so they don’t burn on the grill.
There’s just a touch of heat in the glaze from cayenne pepper. If you’re up for it, you can add a little extra.
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people need to be very, very careful on your very high cream, cheese, calcium content meals
How can I eat the creamy low carb Tuscan shrimp? I thought heavy cream had a lot of carbs.
The carbs are accounted for in the 13g carbs per serving figure that is given.
Is this 13 net carbs or 8 net carbs?
This is 13g net carbs. Each recipe picture has a colored circle with a number on it, which is the net carb count.
I have high cholesterol, is there a substitute for the cream?
You may be interested in our guide on cholesterol. In the absence of carbs, dietary fat is not an issue.
Like others here I substituted fresh tomatoes (diced) for sun-dried and it was perfect. For Italian seasoning I simply combined 1 Tbsp Oregano with 1 tsp each of Rosemary, Thyme, Basil, Marjoram, & Sage along with salt and pepper to taste.
Can I make this ahead of time and freeze it? Batch Prep?
We have not tested freezing and thawing this recipe. The cream sauce may break when heated, and the shrimp may become rubbery. Most recipes are great candidates for freezing, but this one may not work as well.
This recipe was amazing! I also added bacon and small pieces of pepperoni. I used a red pepper garlic paste instead of the sun-dried tomatoes. What a treat!!
Do you think it would be delicious if I use chicken breast and green beans instead of shrimp and asparagus?
Yes, this would be delicious with the substitutions you noted. Sundried tomatoes, yummy!
Made this, and it was wonderful. Enjoyed it very much. But it is shown on DD as being 12 net carbs. When I imported the recipe--without adding the asparagus, mind you--to MyFitnessPal.com (where I log my food, water and exercise), it shows up as being 17 grams of carbs with 2 grams of dietary fiber . or 15 net carbs. And that is without the asparagus, which has 8 net carbs to a pound. Am I just dumb and missing something, is MyFitnessPal's import function wrong, or is the net carb count on here wrong? Not complaining, just need to know for sure as I'm trying to keep to 20 actual carbs (28 net) per day. Thank you.
Hi, Greg! As much of the nutritional information for those apps has been added by users, there tend to be errors and bad info sometimes. The nutritional information for our recipes is based on the USDA National Nutrient Database.
Very good. Yummy. Hit the spot. I used sun dried tomatoes from my summer cherry tomato plants dried on the vine. Loaded with zingy flavor. I splurged on the shrimp. The asparagus and (frozen) spinach rounded it out. I kept them separate. The two contrasting green colors go well with the pink of the cream sauce.
You make it sound wonderful especially with the tomatoes from your garden.
Followed the instructions in the recipe and added mushrooms as suggested under the Tip subheading. This was absolutely a delicious recipe. Beautiful presentation and satisfying to eat!