Yield
5 servings (serving size: 5 ounces shrimp with sauce and 2 bread slices)

This signature Creole barbecue shrimp recipe from New Orleans is reborn with a low-fat shortcut or two. The peels are left on the shrimp so they can add flavor to the lush, buttery-peppery sauce. The bread means no sauce goes to waste.

How to Make It

Combine the first 11 ingredients in a large nonstick skillet; bring to a boil. Add shrimp, and cook 7 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add wine, and cook 1 minute or until shrimp are done. Serve with bread and lemon wedges.

Ratings & Reviews

JessEarley's Review

Jenebel
July 31, 2013
Yum! Tastes just like the restaurant

wifeshee's Review

brig345
February 05, 2012
N/A

kadavis3113's Review

ricemeg
November 13, 2011
This is my favorite "go to" recipe. It is quick and easy and always gets rave reviews. My family begs me to make it often.

MarthaWannaBe's Review

JessEarley
February 22, 2011
This has been an all time family favorite and company loves it too!

ricemeg's Review

wifeshee
June 03, 2010
My husband and I love this recipe! I usually make angel hair pasta so the sauce is absorbed even more! We dislike the rosemary tough twigs, so I leave the rosemary out. I also love this meal because it's easy clean up - all made in one skillet.

ChasCook82's Review

MarthaWannaBe
April 22, 2010
it is awesome! Its the closest I can get to New Orleans barbecue shrimp at home. I love it...its a crowd pleaser, and its good for a date night too....every time I make it I get rave reviews.

gmmSeattle's Review

ChasCook82
April 02, 2010
This recipe is great! I'm addicted to this type of shrimp right now and I've tried several different recipes including ones that have two or even three sticks of butter. With the high volume butter recipes, if you reheat any leftovers, the butter separates into a very thick layer of fat that sits on the top of the sauce, and I usually end up pouring it off. I tried this recipe and it tasted just as good as the high-fat recipes. Bought a 2lb bag of frozen, unpeeled, deveined shrimp from my local grocery and used Tony's Creole seasoning instead of the individual spices and it takes just minutes to throw together. Very good!

brig345's Review

gmmSeattle
July 20, 2009
All we have to say is FABULOUS.. Super easy to make.. We put a little more hot sauce and used two fresh jalepenos from the garden.. No leftovers. Will make this one again and again.

Jenebel's Review

kadavis3113
June 12, 2009
I'm from New Orleans...& this blows most local restaurant bbq shrimp recipes to bits! Super easy! Taste incredible! Great made with ruby red prawns from the Gulf!!!! It's the only bbq shrimp recipe I ever use. And it's much lighter than the traditional bbq recipe. Added bonus!