Skillet-Roasted Okra and ShrimpWith only six main ingredients and a simple thirty minute prep time, you'll have dinner on the table fast enough to keep up with your busy schedule.
Quick Fried Brown Rice with Shrimp and Snap PeasStir up your weeknight meal routine by serving up 20-minute Quick Fried Brown Rice with Shrimp and Snap Peas.
Herbed Shrimp with Tomato-Spinach SaladAdd heartiness to a simple spinach salad by serving herbed shrimp and tomatoes over greens.
Chili-Garlic Shrimp with Coconut Rice and Snap PeasShrimp cook quickly (under 5 minutes), and a big batch takes just a couple of minutes more than a small one. Reheat for just a minute, or the shrimp may become rubbery. For even more coconut flavor, replace the 1/4 cup water in the rice mixture with coconut water.
Summer Herbed Grilled ShrimpOur finishing touches--a hit of herbs, peppery olive oil, and tangy vinegar--make these shrimp the freshest, most irresistible appetizer. Leave the tails on so guests have a handle for these tasty bites.
Shrimp Fajitas with Mango-Lime Slaw
The sizzle of a savory shrimp fajita is enough to make your day. Serve with lime wedges and Mango-Lime Slaw.
Thai Shrimp and Eggplant Stir-FryShrimp adds great flavor to nearly any stir-fry dish. Serve Thai Shrimp and Eggplant Stir-Fry with lime wedges and rice noodles, if desired.
Boiled Shrimp with Tangy Cocktail SauceFor a full-on shrimp boil feast, pair this dish with boiled fresh corn on the cob and baby red potatoes.
Lowcountry Shrimp and GritsThis classic Carolina combo makes for a flavorful and fast dinner--quick-cooking grits come together in about 5 minutes.
Roasted Gulf Shrimp with Romesco Sauce
This recipe requires almost no effort for maximum reward. Just 10 minutes in the oven plus our special sauce equals tender, juicy shrimp with a kick.
Sriracha Shrimp RollsButtering and toasting the rolls adds tons of rich flavor to these delicious shrimp sandwiches; don't be tempted to skip that step.
Grilled Shrimp Caesar SaladThe single anchovy fillet lends umami depth to the dressing without giving it any sort of strong fishy flavor.
Crunchy Shrimp TostadaTostadas are the perfect build-your-own fare. Start with 6-inch whole-grain corn tortillas instead of flour, and you'll save about 30 calories and 200mg sodium. Top with a fun flavor combo of grilled shrimp and shredded cabbage, and crunch.
Shrimp Boil with Green Olives and LemonThe simmering liquid is packed with flavor, which transfers nicely to the shrimp.
Spicy Tortilla Soup with Shrimp and AvocadoChipotle chile and fire-roasted tomatoes lend smokiness to this tortilla soup recipe.
Shrimp Vodka PastaA simple vodka-marinara sauce is tossed with refrigerated fettuccine and sauteed shrimp for a quick and filling one-dish entree.
Cajun Shrimp and Andouille Alfredo Sauce Over PastaIf you're a fan of spicy gumbo, this dish might just become a dinner staple. Combine hot andouille sausage with tender veggies like onion, green bell pepper, celery, plenty of garlic, and Cajun seasoning.
Grilled Shrimp TacosMake taco night extraordinary with these deliciously simple grilled shrimp tacos. Season the shrimp, brush with lime-butter, and grill on skewers until done, then serve with taco shells, cabbage, and a homemade sour cream sauce.
Shrimp ArrabbiataSweet shrimp is ideal for spicy dishes like this. If you want just a light lick of heat, use 1/4 teaspoon red pepper.
Stir-Fried Ginger ShrimpThe peppery flavor of ginger in this shrimp stir-fry complements the spiciness of the chile paste and sweetness of the rice wine. Serve with jasmine rice and melon slices.
Greek Salad with ShrimpUse shredded rotisserie chicken in place of the shrimp, if you'd prefer. For quick suppers, keep a bag of cooked, peeled, and deveined shrimp in the freezer. Set the shrimp in a colander and rinse with cool water to thaw quickly.
Asparagus Shrimp Stir-Fry"You wouldn't find fresh asparagus in Saigon when I was a kid," says chef Eric Banh, co-owner with his sister, Sophie, of Seattle's Monsoon and Ba Bar restaurants, "but it's the kind of thing that a fancy restaurant would serve [from cans]." Now that he and Sophie live in the Pacific Northwest, where spring asparagus is sweet, juicy, and abundant, they love to use it in spring dishes--like this savory shrimp stir-fry.
Shrimp and Broccoli Stir-FryJust a touch of honey adds a slight sweetness that rounds out the flavor in this quick stir-fry. Pat the shrimp dry with paper towels before adding them to the wok so they brown nicely. Serve with hot cooked brown rice.
Curry-Mango ShrimpThis dish is all about the marinade. Soak large shrimp in a sweet-and-spicy Indian-inspired marinade featuring mango chutney, fresh lime, ginger, and curry powder. Serve over rice for a simple, yet totally delicious, weeknight meal.
Grilled Panzanella with ShrimpA quick turn on the grill brings extra summer flavor to this riff on classic Italian bread salad.
Ginger Shrimp with Almond SauceThe almond sauce and ginger go wonderfully well in this colorful and delicious shrimp skewer platter.
Jerk-Spiced ShrimpSeason fresh shrimp with a homemade jerk seasoning mix and grill over medium-high heat for three minutes on each side. Serve with a sweet fruit salsa made from chopped pineapple, chopped cucumber, sliced red onion, chopped cilantro, and cider vinegar.
Coconut (Un-)Fried ShrimpThese delectable shrimp are dipped in egg whites (instead of whole eggs), breaded, and then baked rather than deep-fried.
Shrimp Fettuccine AlfredoThis shrimp fettuccine alfredo recipe, which calls for quick-cooking refrigerated pasta, is a great go-to dish for hectic weekights. Serve with a side of roasted asparagus.
Curried Shrimp and Melted Cherry TomatoesThis flavorful shrimp dish uses garam masala, a fragrant Indian spice blend. You can find it in the supermarket spice aisle.
Coconut Lime Shrimp SkewersA squeeze of lime adds zing and toasted coconut contributes crunch to this easy make-ahead crowd-pleaser.You can marinate the shrimp for anywhere from one hour to one day. You'll need at least 24 wooden skewers (6 in.).
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