Prepared best in a large nonstick skillet, this pasta dish comes together in minutes and is equally at home when served for weeknight dinners or special-occasion gatherings.
Israeli couscous is a larger grained “pasta” than regular couscous. It has delightful silky texture and meld with all kind of flavors served either hot or cold. I love wine to be the first liquid added to it after dry toasting the grains for just a minute – it adds a real vibrant freshness to the flavor, particularly a fruity dry white! My favorite for the recipes is South Australia’s wonderful dry Riesling such as the Rathbone.
Traditional shrimp summer rolls are a great Asian appetizer. This version adds corn and uses Old Bay Seasoning to give it a New England inspired twist. The poaching liquid doubles as a dipping sauce as well. You can find rice paper wrappers and rice stick noodles at Asian grocery stores and the Asian section of well-stocked grocery stores.
Celebrate Independence Day with a flavorful and easy-to-make small-batch clam and shrimp boil. Your family and/or friends will love this iconic American-Northeast meal. Make sure you tell them to bring plenty of napkins!
You really can’t go wrong with butter and bacon, but when you throw some tender shrimp, garlic and lemon juice into the mix, you’ve got a small bite with big taste!
Fast, healthful and delicious—it doesn’t get much better than this. Seriously—your dinner will be on the table in 15 minutes. But be warned—it might disappear just as quickly!
Satisfying cheesy comfort food is lightened up a bit with bright lemon zest and sweet peas. A risotto is the perfect bed to nestle several succulent grilled shrimp that have been tossed in a garlicky basil pesto. Serve with rosé wine and a side of bruschetta and you’ll have quite the dinner party that can be thrown together in a snap!
You can never make enough coconut shrimp: the sweet, crunchy crust is the perfect counterpoint to tender, mild shrimp. The accompanying tangy, somewhat spicy pineapple relish completes the tropical harmony of flavors.
Great for cocktail parties or as a first course, this shrimp dish is fragrant and full of flavor. The best part? You can whip up this aromatic appetizer in just minutes.
There are two well-known classic salsa verde recipes: This is the Italian version made with parsley, capers lemon and anchovy.
Appetizer-sized wedges of tortillas filled with aromatic seasoned shrimp, avocado, melted Monterey jack cheese and caramelized onions make an irresistible finger food at parties.
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