Celebrate the holidays with simple shrimp and scallop spinach tagliatelle. End a meal with mascarpone pear desserts served on crispy meringue-like pastries.
Bring everyone together this holiday season with a hearty pancetta and shrimp pasta. Finish the Italian meal with a soft orange and chocolate polenta cake.
With just a few ingredients, quickly create a flavorful protein perfect with salad, pasta, or served as an appetizer.
If you have a busy week ahead, but need good food to fuel your days, try buttered red curry shrimp over rice, noodles or on their own. It can be done in minutes.
Crispy fried shrimp is seasoned with a flavorful cornmeal flour and is perfect as an appetizer, inside of tacos, or as a fish fry star.
A simple salad with bold colors is a beautiful definition of “less is more”. Fresh flavors of shrimp, herbs, and edamame make for a filling green bowl.
Buttery shrimp and mushrooms are cooked in a creamy white wine sauce and served on toast points for a flavorful appetizer perfect with a glass of wine.
This dish, commonly served right in a pineapple in Thailand, is a great mix of sweet and savory with a hint of spicy chilies to liven up the fresh shrimp side dish.
Salty, with crunch and slight spicy, these shrimp are so delicious and easy to eat. The are a great appetizer or part of a main meal.
Similar to shrimp and grits, this spicy shrimp is served over a creamy blue brie polenta for a gourmet dinner that is way easier than it looks.
This grilled watermelon and shrimp salad is a playful, yet sophisticated entrée or side that is bursting with summer flavors. Perfect for a backyard bbq.
A lighter, grilled Italian salad tastes smokey like summer with marinated shrimp and grilled radicchio that is served with piadina, a grilled Italian flatbread.
Sliced polenta is grilled and topped with tangy dressed vegetables, sun-dried tomatoes, and succulent marinated and grilled shrimp.
A style of red Creole jambalaya with deep flavors from tomatoes and smoked paprika that will leave your home smelling wonderful.
Grab your kitchen sheers and learn how to quickly peel and clean shrimp for a variety of uses with just one cut.
A refreshing appetizer worthy of a much needed happy hour. Refreshing avocado boats are filled with shrimp and a spicy remoulade.
Creamy caraway grits are topped with marinated shrimp and comforting corned beef.
This flavorful Lime Shrimp is great for beginners in the kitchen, plus it’s healthy and quick – which is what we all want in a dinner, right?
All the ingredients of jambalaya are skewered, grilled to perfection and then nestled in a flame-toasted, buttered bun.
Love prawns? Love Japanese? This is for you. Read on for the recipe for restaurant Saké’s Popcorn Shrimp.
Jerk Shrimp and Andouille Sausage are cooked to perfection and laid on a bed of ultra creamy cheddar grits for the ultimate Southern meal.
On a warm day in Mexico, Mariscoco is a fun way to eat shrimp and spice up a coconut. Served with cucumbers, lime juice, chili and tomato juice
Make your own cocktail sauce with four ingredients you most likely have in your fridge. We have the perfect ratio for shrimp’s best friend.
The combination of lemon and garlic shrimp pairs perfectly with crisp blanco Rioja wine. Be sure to have bread on hand to devour the sauce left in the pan.
A simple salad of marinated shrimp, avocado, and a citrus dressing all nestle perfectly inside an endive bowl.
Shrimp tacos are so quick and easy to create. Relax, sip some wine, and enjoy the delicious tacos and pineapple salsa. They’re a breeze.
A light flavored summer salad with plenty of shrimp to keep you full. Cooked with allspice and citrus, they are bursting with zest.
It is like a zesty jambalaya weaved into a delicious puff pastry roll. Dip in your favorite mustard or hot sauce and you’ve got gumbo to go.
Grilling season is in full swing with this new classic—grilled shrimp and eggplant topped with fresh pesto.
While you’re waiting for the ribs to roast, let your family have a preview of your culinary skills with these delicious and fun grilled appetizers.
Gulf Coast’s Seagrove Village MarketCafe divulges their delicious recipe for barbecue shrimp and grits.
This chilled cucumber and dill soup with shrimp is great in warm weather to showcase the fresh vegetables of the season.
New Orleans Jambalaya, it’s comfort food with a kick and how much kick is up to you.
A colorful and deliciously warm seafood soup with tomatoes and tiger shrimps.
If you don’t have a mortar and pestle in your kitchen, put all the ingredients in a ziploc bag and pound away with a rolling pin or similar implement.
Filled with bright herbs and crunchy raw onions, this salad makes a great nutritious side or light meal.
A rémoulade is a mayonnaise based sauce with endless variations that is used here to add a creamy texture to contrast the crispy shrimp cakes.
This stir-fried South Indiana starter will satisfy seafood lovers in a more unexpected way than the typical crab cake.
Though it sounds a bit odd, the combination of shrimp, plums, jalapeño and cilantro combine to create a sweet and spicy summer skewer staple.
You can adjust the flavor profile of this salad by experimenting with different vinegars and herbs.
This fast and festive dinner pairs a slightly smoky cheese with fresh shrimp and avocado.
Not only were these light and fresh bites addictive, they were also easily transportable from cooler to our cobalt blue table.
All this dish needs is a few basic ingredients, and a steamer. It doesn’t get much simper than that.
You might get lazy and think of using frozen corn but don’t! Corn chowder tastes best only and only with fresh summer corn.
Enjoy this summery and colorful roasted shrimp with orzo recipe, courtesy of Chris Scheuer.
This is a great fresh “herby” grilled shrimp recipe with tons of classic Indian flavors.
The best part about these is that you can make them ahead and have them ready to go once your guests arrive.
This Pickled Shrimp recipe is a Southern favorite you could eat year round.
Shrimp are readily available year round in the freezer section of the grocery store and are a suitable stand in for fresh shrimp.
In addition to being tasty, these were also pretty simple to make.
The shrimp are cooked in a wine and garlic infused broth. Steamed white rice is the perfect vehicle for soaking up lots of the perky sauce.
Kids rough housing can work up quite an appetite. This recipe will refill your kids tanks for another round in the rings.
These are fairly easy to do and the result is beyond tasty and you can be sure that you will be surprising your guest with these cuties.
A simple and rather authentic-tasting slow cooker version of shrimp tikka masala.
There are certain days when you want to spend more time outside the kitchen than inside. For days like those, one pot meals are perfect.
A simple and flavorful stir-fry that pairs grilled shrimp with well seasoned butternut squash.
Breaded shrimp made with gluten-free breadcrumbs and with flavours of the Middle East.
This dish is both inticing and comforting for cool winter evenings, but still with a fresh flair.
Kelsey Hilts serves up an airy portion of seafood and vegetable tempura.
Even if your schedule has your family running in many different directions, a nutritious and pleasing dinner is only minutes away.