Peeled, boiled, or grilled–shrimp always tastes best when served Southern-style.
This oven-fried favorite gets its tropical flavor from jerk seasoning and coconut and its crispy coating from Japanese breadcrumbs.
It’s as tasty as the fried version without all the mess and fat grams. Serve the shrimp or our chicken variation with creamy
Honey-Mustard Sauce, made with nonfat yogurt, coarse-grain mustard, honey, and a kick of horseradish. It's sure to satisfy
your craving for Southern-fried flavor.
Set up a serving area for the shrimp and sauces on your kitchen island or breakfast table, and let everyone help themselves. To shortcut prep, ask your seafood monger to steam shrimp for you.
Serve this rich-and-creamy dip with French bread baguette slices, pickled Jerusalem artichokes, and crunchy baby vegetables
like carrots, celery, cucumber slices, and radishes.
This salad is perfect for busy weeknights and casual get-togethers. The shrimp can be grilled up to a day ahead. Store the
prepared dressing in the fridge for up to a week; return to room temperature just before tossing with the salad.
Great for small get-togethers, this mini-kebab can be served straight from the grill while guests mingle. "Mojo de Ajo" means
garlic sauce, and this recipe calls for ¾ cup garlic! Don't let that scare you; the garlic sauce becomes smooth when cooked
and mixed with flavorful guajilo chiles.
Serve this zesty shrimp recipe over hot grits or fresh baguettes for a quick entrée for a casual dinner party or just something
to spice up a weeknight menu.
Enjoy slow-simmered flavors without the long wait. Quick Shrimp Chowder is ready to enjoy in about 35 minutes.
Fiery jalapeno pepper jelly adds a sweet kick to this variation on classic shrimp cocktail. The jelly, lime juice, mango,
red bell pepper, and cilantro marinate with cooked shrimp for fresh flavor. Finish off the cocktail with diced avocado, and
serve with tortilla chips.
Shrimp-and-Sausage Stew is similar to gumbo, but without the roux. The recipe gets its thick glossiness from a cornstarch-and-water
slurry that’s stirred in at the end.
Skewer your way to a great dinner. Shrimp are perfect candidates for kebabs because they're uniform and will cook in approximately
the same amount of time. Make sure to not overcrowd ingredients on a skewer. Try to leave a little space when cooking to allow
the food to heat evenly.
Boiled shrimp makes a perfect party starter, especially when paired with a delicous dipping sauce like Creamy Buttermilk-Avocado Sauce. Tip: To ensure that shrimp stays chilled, place half out when guests arrive, and replenish the platter as needed.
You don’t need a lot of fat to get good flavor. Lightened Shrimp and Grits is just as rich and hearty as the traditional version.
Old Bay Shrimp Salad may be served on a bed of lettuce with crackers, rolled up in wraps, or stuffed into mini pita pockets.
Chopped celery adds just the right amount of crunch to this satisfying casserole dish featuring shrimp and long-grain rice
topped with Cheddar-colby cheese.
Fresh basil and lemon zest add a summery twist to our favorite marinated shrimp. Easy-to-make Parmesan cheese baskets double
as crisp and stylish serving dishes.
Entertaining is easy with this elegant trio of simple-to-fix party salads. Make-ahead tart shells dress up individual servings
of Honey-Chicken Salad. Use refrigerated piecrusts, or take a super-shortcut and bake off a package of frozen tart shells.
Free your imagination when you break out the silver for the season. Check out this nifty idea for a traditional shrimp cocktail.
We used a julep cup from Kentucky, but we bet there's something in your china cabinet that would work every bit as beautifully.
To make our chunky-style Shrimp Burgers With Sweet ’n’ Spicy Tartar Sauce, cut each medium-size shrimp into three pieces.
Freeze Shrimp Burger patties before grilling. That’s our Test Kitchen trick to ensure they hold together on the grill. Top with our special tartar sauce and a good squeeze of lemon.
Shrimp is a light and flavorful spring appetizer. Guests will enjoy this zesty recipe without filling up before the main dish.
This recipe is great for a large crowd - it makes up to 25 servings! To save time, use peeled, large frozen cooked shrimp.
Thaw according to package directions, and serve with sauces.
Have the seafood market steam shrimp to save time, or follow our easy instructions below. Serve the shrimp, okra, and breadsticks
on a platter around a bowl of the sauce, or make individual cocktails. Use 4-oz. votive candleholders, shot glasses, cordial
glasses, or mini-martini glasses.
Double the marinade for this recipe because you'll want to use the leftover for dipping your bread.
Oven-fried (it's healthy!) Coconut Shrimp tops our list of fabulous party foods. Paired with Honey-Mustard Sauce, it’s too
tempting to resist.
We thought the popular Lowcountry dish shrimp and grits couldn't be improved. Yet Robert Stehling of Hominy Grill in Charleston
put a delicious twist on this recipe using fried grits squares, asparagus spears, and a creamy shrimp sauce.
Smooth and creamy Avocado Soup With Marinated Shrimp is a cinch to prepare because it requires no cooking. Instead of bowls,
consider using flutes or other fun glassware to serve this soup.
Serve it on fine china at formal gatherings or down-home style right from the pot on the stove. Étouffée (ay-too-FAY) isn't
just a fancy-sounding name--it's Cajun comfort food at its best. The thick, spicy mixture of crawfish, shrimp, or crab (or
a combination of these) with onions and peppers is cooked in a light gravy and then served with rice.
Shrimp Po'boys are made with warm french bread that has a crusty outside and soft inside. The contrast of cold, crunchy lettuce;
mounds of perfectly seasoned fried shrimp; and zesty rémoulade sauce makes this Shrimp Po'boys recipe a delicious choice.
This Lowcountry favorite won its way into our readers’ hearts with its rich flavor and easy preparation. Shrimp and mushrooms
are sautéed with garlic and bacon drippings then mixed with green onions and crispy bacon, and all are served on top of buttery
This elegant salad can be served as a main dish for a dinner party or simply tossed together for a casual picnic side. The
zesty lemon dressing picks up earthy flavors from mint and tarragon but has a hint of spice from crushed red pepper flakes.
Juicy raspberries and cool cucumber chunks create a colorful presentation.
Preheat the grill while you roll out the dough and sauté the vegetable mixture for Shrimp-Pesto Pizza. To save even more time,
purchase peeled cooked shrimp.
The sweet and tangy shrimp and seasoned vegetables are like a meal on a stick. The Caribbean jerk seasoning gives these kabobs
a special, spicy flair.
This easy baked shrimp dish will transport your taste buds to the beach no matter where you eat it. Your whole family will
love the fresh flavor. Simply mix shrimp with bottled Italian dressing and garlic cloves; top with lemon halves, parsley,
and butter; and bake.
These zesty marinated shrimp taste perfect with a light char off the grill. Serve on small skewers for an easy-to-eat presentation.
Lemon and garlic combine with delicate angel hair pasta and mild-flavored shrimp for a refreshing and quick pasta supper.
Buy peeled and deveined shrimp at the grocery store to cut prep time.
Shrimp-and-Poblano Chili starts with frozen corn and diced poblano chile peppers to help you save time in the kitchen.
Salty and spicy shrimp breadded with peanuts, red curry powder, and breadcrumbs makes the perfect topping for a bed of mixed
baby greens and mint leaves. Serve as a main-dish salad or in smaller portions as an appetizer.
Ready-made pastry shells make preparation of these tarts super-fast. Simply spoon a shrimp-and-cream-cheese mixture and jarred
mango chutney into the shells. Top with chopped fresh chives and toasted sweetened coconut.
Terrific flavors from the garden and grill come together in this summery twist on a New Orleans favorite. Served in smaller
portions, it also makes a great first course.
Recipe: Grilled Shrimp Gumbo Salad
Spicy Pickled Shrimp makes an elegant presentation of this Lowcountry favorite. Flavors pop after the shrimp marinate with
onions and a tangy vinaigrette overnight. Serve with cocktails or on lettuce leaves as a plated first course.
We offer make-ahead and freezing instructions on this luscious Cajun Shrimp Casserole. Serve with spring mix lettuce drizzled
with red wine vinaigrette.
Poach (don’t boil) for moist, tender-crisp shrimp with loads of flavor.
Serve this tasty shrimp dish as an appetizer or as the main course.
Blackberries and mango add color, flavor and sweetness to this tropical dish.
This sure-to-please pizza recipe is full of flavor. Use our guide for Perfect Poached Shrimp.
Poach shrimp the correct way, and these recipes are sure to be a big hit at a party or for a weeknight meal.