There is something about shrimp that I love, and finding shrimp recipes to try is one of my favorite things to do. Shrimp tacos? Shrimp soup? Shrimp bites? We got you cover, and you won’t be disappointed. Check out these mouthwatering shrimp recipes that will make your mouth water.
Why is Shrimp Popular?
Shrimp is known for being a delicacy around the world and has been for a while. Shrimp is high in protein which means shrimp dishes are often served as a meal or snack. Shrimp dishes can also be made quickly.
Tips about cooking shrimp
Below are some useful tips when it comes to cooking shrimp and finding the right shrimp.
Pat shrimp dry and season accordingly with salt, pepper, garlic, a little olive oil, or butter to prevent shrimp from sticking to the pan.
Add shrimp in batches and cook each side for about 3-5 minutes or until shrimp turns pink.
Shrimp is done when shrimp are opaque and firm with a slight sweet smell.
Shrimp is also done when shrimp turns orange.
Shrimp will continue to cook after it has left the heat, making sure shrimp is fully cooked before serving.
Shrimp should be served almost immediately, no more than 2-3 minutes after shrimp are removed from the pan for best results.
Store shrimp in the freezer for up to 6 months, but no more than 12 months.
Some refrigerate shrimp for up to 3 days, but some frozen shrimp for up to a year.
Shrimp can be cooked by boiling shrimp for 6-8 minutes. Shrimp should then be rinsed in ice-cold water to get rid of any shrimp smell.
Raw shrimp should be defrosted before consuming shrimp dishes and cook thoroughly.
Shrimp are available all year round, but the best times to buy shrimp are between October and April, as this is their main harvesting season.
The most common variety of shrimp in Australia, Canada, the USA, and Europe is the white shrimp; however, shrimp can be found in various colors.
When trying to choose shrimp, look for clear eyes and avoid shrimp with black spots or an unusual odor.
Shrimp is a delicacy around the world and has been for a while. Shrimp dishes can also be made quickly. In addition, shrimp is high in protein which means shrimp dishes are often served as a meal or snack.
Shrimp should be served almost immediately after being cooked to maintain flavor and texture.
The most common variety of shrimp in Australia, Canada, the USA, and Europe is the white shrimp; however, there are different colors available, like pink shrimp that you might want to try out!
When trying to choose shrimp, look for clear eyes and avoid any black spots or an unusual odor, so make sure your shrimp is fresh before cooking them up this week!
This dish has a little bit of everything - it's spicy, sweet, and savory all at once. It's also effortless to make! All you need are some shrimp (or prawns), tomato sauce, mushrooms, and onions.
It’s mildly sweetened using Coke de Mexico to give it that extra kick of flavor.
These Devil's Shrimp is so easy to make! You can serve them as an appetizer or main course. They're great served over white rice or even pasta if you want something heartier. Add some fresh cilantro and lime juice on top for the perfect finishing touch!
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This healthy and delicious Instant Pot shrimp dish is super easy to make and can be served over pasta, rice, quinoa, cauliflower rice or zucchini noodles (for a low-carb version) or enjoyed with some crusty bread to mop up that yummy sauce.
Made with frozen shrimp, tomatoes, garlic and chili, this recipe is Italian-inspired and only takes 15 minutes. It’s gluten-free, paleo, low-carb, Whole30-friendly.
You won’t believe how quickly this meal comes together – just add all the ingredients into your Instant Pot at once for an easy dinner that tastes like it took hours of work!
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