Combine first 7 ingredients in a large bowl. Add 1/4 cup chopped basil, 12 red tomato halves, and 12 yellow tomato halves; toss shrimp mixture gently to combine.
Heat a large skillet over high heat. Add olive oil to pan; swirl to coat. Add shrimp mixture to pan, and cook for 4 minutes or until shrimp turn pink, stirring frequently. Place about 1 1/2 cups shrimp mixture in each of 4 shallow bowls, and sprinkle each serving with 1/2 teaspoon grated lemon rind, 1 1/2 teaspoons lemon juice, 6 tomato halves, and 1 tablespoon chopped basil.
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Made to recipe except used full link of chorizo rather than have a piece leftover. Easy to prep & finish. Good dinner. Funny thing was, our corn was super-sweet. So with the lemon juice & rind at the end it turned into a kinda spicy lemonade sauce.
Terrific flavor. Followed the recipe, but, doubled the shrimp. And since it's hot outside, I cooked this on the grill. Preheated the gas grill for fifteen minutes to high heat. . Put two cast iron pans on to heat. after ten Minutes or so with the lid closed, added the olive oil, and put the mixture in. It did take lOnger than four minutes, probably more like ten. I kept the tomatoes separate, added these towards the end when I was sure the shrimp and chorizo were cooked. Served with avocado to temper the spice, and corn tortillas. It was a good bit of food, but hubby and I ate almost all of it. Very good! Keeper! And I didn't have to heat up my kitchen. Used my own homegrown cherry tomatoes and basil, and some local sweet corn. Love cast iron. This would make a great shrimp taco!
I found this to be really excellent. I followed the instructions exactly and served it over a little rice and with a side of edamame. I was pleasantly surprised and the my man friend really appreciated the level of spice. ( I did kick it up slightly, having him in mind.)
The dish comes together pretty easily and is really tasty. I didn't measure out the sriracha and was surprised how spicy the final product was - eating it with toasted french bread ended up being a great idea to offset some spice. I omitted the rind and decreased the lemon juice because we don't like too much lemony flavor. Added extra chorizo because it was there, but it wasn't needed.
This dish was amazing! Spicy with a nice mix of flavors and a great aroma. It seemed like a nice restaurant meal, instead of something I made at home. I made the recipe exactly as suggested, except with heirloom cherry tomatoes. I had fresh, local sweet corn, which was helpful. It was easy to prepare, but it took me closer to 30 minutes.
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