Don't Skimp on Shrimp: 10 Easy Recipes

Last Updated May 09, 2017
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There's a lot of flavor packed into those 2-inch crustaceans.

We've been shrimping for centuries -- the earliest evidence in North America dates back to 600 A.D. in North America. There's a lot of flavor packed into those 2-inch crustaceans, so here are 10 new shrimp recipes to add to your table.

Pickled Shrimp

No more rubbery shrimp! This recipe uses a oil and vinegar-type dressing rather than a vinegar pickling liquid alone and when doubled or quadrupled, it's perfect for a crowd.

Sweet and Sour Shrimp with Fried Quinoa and Kale

Sweet and Sour Shrimp with Fried Quinoa and Kale
This Thai-inspired shrimp dish is sweet and sour and oh-so-succulent.

Grilled Shrimp and Peaches with Basil Chimichurri

Grilled Shrimp and Peaches with Basil Chimichurri
WHAT TO GRILL FOR A LONG WEEKEND IN THE NAKED SOUTH. Whenever I contemplate becoming a sworn vegetarian, I think of shrimp. Shrimp make me happy.[...] Plus, Florida peaches are still going strong, so...

Gambas Al Ajillo (Garlic Shrimp)

This classic tapa is adapted from a recipe by Jose Andres. Alba says there are different theories about how tapas came to be such popular bar snacks, but one is the story that in the south, they...

Margarita Shrimp

margarita shrimp
This recipe gives your shrimp a bit of a Caribbean flair that is perfect for enjoying at the beach or wherever you are on island time.

Beer Battered Shrimp Tacos

Have a pair of tongs and a paper towel-lined plate at the ready. These fry up fast! Also make sure your oil temperature is right around 300 degrees for perfect frying every time.

Shrimp Bisque

If buying fresh, head-on shrimp, you are probably wondering what to do with everything but the tail meat. Try this bisque, which uses the shells to make the broth. It's smooth, refined and your...

Tequila-Marinated Shrimp with Ghost Pepper Persimmon Salsa

Persimmons ripen in September as the season for hot peppers and Gulf shrimp continues.
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