Craving a taste of the ocean? Our smoked shrimp skewers recipe will transport your taste buds straight to seafood paradise. Don’t miss out on this sensational dish!
This Spicy Shrimp Pho is a twist on the traditional Vietnamese soup made with chicken broth, shrimp, cilantro and lime. Get the Recipe: Spicy Shrimp Pho
Shrimp Tostadas with Avocado Cream. Fried corn tortillas layered with refried beans, rice, shrimp and a zesty avocado cream. Get the Recipe: Shrimp Tostadas with Avocado Cream
Who says Sushi can be made with only uncooked sea-food or raw vegetables? My little parcels of joy can change the way we eat indian food…………….more From the original site: I always craved for some spicy Sushi and being a fond lover of Indian food I longed to indianise the Sushi………………… more Get the Recipe: […]
The famous Thai hot and sour, spicy prawn soup, Tom Yum Goong authentic recipe is here. Do I really need to tell more? Alright, I can tell you just a bit more. This is only for people who never taste the soup. Tom Yum Goong broth is full of herbs, lemongrass, galangal and kaffir lime […]
If you’ve never tried to make sushi rolls (maki) before, it’s a fun thing to try… especially if you have a little helper like I did. It makes a great appetizer or first course for a dinner party–or add a salad or some steamed edamame, and I’d eat it for dinner by itself! It also […]
Discovering exotic mushrooms at the supermarket can be fun. Especially when it makes you discover a brilliant Japanese Rice dish that’s bursting with flavour and spice. Yum. And oh, did I mention, so EASY! From the original site: It’s got a nice spicy flavour that hits the back of your throat, and smells divine!
This recipe is inspired by classic deviled eggs plus spiced up by the deviled eggs seen on Food network. It’s my combination of delicious deviled eggs that conquered the hearts of my family members. I would be happy to see what your favorite deviled eggs recipes are. Ingredients: 4 eggs 2 tablespoons mustard (yellow) ½ […]
These springs rolls are an excellent, healthy lunch (or dinner) option and are a breath of fresh air from your normal turkey sandwich or grilled chicken salad. The homemade sauces really add flavor and round out the dish. From the original site: Thai spring rolls with peanut sauce and citrus soy.
This dairy free alfredo sauce recipe is thick and bubbly in no time. Adding shrimp and asparagus promotes fettuccine alfredo from a side dish to a main course! The base recipe can be used to make it as a vegan side dish or the dairy free sauce can be used as a base for chicken […]
This stunning salad is so summer. Made with fresh tomatoes, corn and bell pepper, it almost made me forget that it’s 99 degrees outside today. I love the bright colors. My grandmother always said that you should try to always make sure your table is multi-colored – never put out a meal that is monochromatic! […]
Sometimes you just want to be on vacation but real life gets in the way. I love this dish because it makes me feel like I’m on a Caribbean vacation! From the original site: Unfortunately, with two kids in university, this is about as close as we are going to get to a Caribbean vacation […]
Paula Deen is the inspiration for A Southern Belle Visits Provence! The first time I tasted shrimp and grits was at Uncle Bubbas when I was in Savannah for the Real Women of Philadelphia live event to announce the talent search winners. All 16 of us finalists were treated to an incredible five days in […]
Husband and kids LOVE LOVE LOVE this. Quick pan sauce glazes the shrimp. It is definitely possible to make a delicious dinner on a busy weeknight with this shrimp. Quoting the original site: Seriously, from the time you reach in the freezer to get the bag of shrimp, you can have a delicious shrimpy dinner […]
These wraps are quick to prepare and oh so tasty. The ingredients are simple, and flexible with what you might happen to have in your kitchen–so be creative! And the side dish of your choice, and you have a great weeknight dinner that takes less than 30 minutes to get on the table. Goat Cheese, […]
Next in our series of ‘overlapping meals‘, here is a wonderful Asian inspired main dish salad that is quick to prepare on a hot summer evening. I love this cross between a pasta dish and a salad! This was inspired by Vietnamese Noodle Salads, but it draws on similar sauce and techniques from our Pad […]
More in this series: Really GOOD Tofu, I swear! | Shrimp and Asparagus Noodle Salad | Tasty Tofu Pad Thai | Summer Shrimp Sushi Don’t ya just hate it when trying out new recipes, and you need to go buy special ingredients, that aren’t used in your normal recipe repertoire… ? So you use just […]
I had the urge the other night to make some sort of dish with shrimp, to use up some shrimp broth in my freezer. I had a pound of shrimp, and also some frozen okra on hand, so I figured that was just screaming to go Cajun or Creole (Let the good times roll with […]
I grew up in South Georgia and we frequently had both shrimp and grits at the same meal, but I didn’t have shrimp on top of my grits until I was much older. I’ve played around with this recipe for a while and make it different ways, but I ran across a recipe that I liked […]
I present a delightful light dinner, that works equally well for fancy or family. This fabulous combination was born of a lack of time, and what happened to need to be used in my fridge. It was pronounced yummy by the 4 year old, even! And the whole thing came together in less than 30 […]
Are you looking for a simple but impressive looking meal, good for a romantic date night, or dinner with friends? This recipe is basically a marriage of my fish tacos & shrimp fajitas, and could be done with either fish, shrimp, or a combination of both. It’s a very healthy meal– make extras and you’ll […]
Ceviche is a recent passion of mine– Every time I’ve bought either fish or shrimp lately, I’ve bought some extra so I can make up a batch! It makes a lovely appetizer for dinner guests, or I just like to eat it for lunch… This is my go-to super easy recipe… It’s incredibly flexible to […]
I absolutely love New Orleans! I spent my 40th birthday there (among numerous other times) and had a blast! Always have a blast there! One of my favorite trips to New Orleans was a fun half-day trip to the New Orleans School of Cooking. The chef was funny and entertaining, the food was great and […]
Shrimp and Sausage Kabobs with Roasted Vegetables There are many foods, particularly vegetables, which are excellent roasted in the oven. So if you’re going to heat the oven up to roast a veggie or two, why not make a meal out of it? This dinner idea can be pulled together relatively quickly (to the table […]