Are you one that only eats shrimp when it served at parties as shrimp cocktail? With shrimp being a low calorie and excellent source of protein, you’ll wonder why it’s taken you this long to swap out your favorite chicken and beef dishes for shrimp!
Italian cooking focuses on the quality of the ingredients rather than on elaborate preparation. This straightforward dish has all the key ingredients to turn yourself into a top chef.
Skip the Japanese take out and make this nearly authentic Teriyaki dish from home. Your taste buds and wallet will be thanking you!
Shrimp and beets? This odd pair makes for a perfect combination. When cooked this garnet-hued winter vegetable becomes sweet yet still crisp and compliments the seafood quite nicely. Saving the arugula and corn for last will give the pizza that fresh taste.
You can never go wrong with tacos. These well seasoned shrimp tacos will certainly be on your lingering on your mind come lunch the following day.
This fancy yet simple salad is one you’ll crave time and time again. If you’re feel extra fancy, add some goat cheese crumbles for some creamy flavor.
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