Don't make this if you don't like spicy dried-chile blends . . . but if you do, this is very good. Superfast & easy-to-make-to-recipe with a great contrast of the dry hot-crust red shrimp and the sweet corn relish. Gorgeous on the plate. Served with large chunks of avocado & mango dressed with cilantro & lime.
Three-Chile-Dusted Shrimp with Quick Corn Relish
carolfitz Posted: 03/24/11
bellymama Posted: 05/12/09
Surprisingly bland given the flavorful ingredients. I would not make this again.
birch12 Posted: 04/26/09
tasty but nothing special.. a little bland. A nice, easy, light meal.
dhorsley Posted: 06/15/11
This recipe was delicous. I could not stop eating it. The ancho chile powder was really hard to find but worth it.
jshane111 Posted: 08/07/11
We just tried this and it was wonderful! I wouldn't change it at all. It was excellent and easily fits into a weight watchers menu!
Beckydoll Posted: 12/16/12philadelphia, PA
I up the vinegar to 2 T and added 1/4 tsp each of smoked paprika and cumin during sauté, then added a can of rinsed black beans. Also added a 1/4 tsp of smoked paprika to the shrimp. Served with avocado and lime. Awesome the next day for lunch too!
Ready2SailAway Posted: 06/30/12
Excellent recipe -highly recommended! We didn't have chipotle powder so ground & seived some dried japanese chiles instead -I loved it, but too hot for my wife, so we'll use chipotle powder next time. Note that you can dust the shrimp and make the relish ahead of time, then quickly cook & serve when ready. We'll also try one reviewer's suggestion next time -serve with large chunks of avocado & mango dressed with cilantro & lime.
Yemmy2 Posted: 01/14/13
This meal is great as a starter/entree. I have made it so many times!! Delicious and very quick to make.
lorendajames Posted: 01/15/13
Great, tasty, quick recipe. We will keep this one. While it shouldn't be too spicy for most, I have no idea how a couple of people say it is bland.