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    I have also made this using scallops, or a mix of shrimp and scallops, and it is just as nice! I like to serve it with rice and a refreshing cucumber salad. The hotness will depend on the blend of your Cajun Seasoning. Mine is pretty hot, I make my own blend.

    Recipe #114294

    My son is coming for dinner tonight, although he's a fussy eater, this is one of his favourites, so he's chosen it. I sometimes add a sliced chilli to this too.

    Recipe #81286

    Spicy garlic shrimp...YUM YUM YUM! Flies off the table in seconds. Recipe source: Sunday newspaper.

    Recipe #104454

    15 Reviews |  By ellie_

    My ds likes these with extra shredded cheese sprinkled over the top before broiling.Recipe source: Simply Seafood (Winter 1991)

    Recipe #161530

    This is so fun.. We have been making this for years, but never were exact with our measurements. This is from Martha Stewart.

    Recipe #172951

    Try to purchase the largest bulbs of garlic you can find, slice them into three pieces and use only the middle slice. Make certain to soak the wooden skewers in cold water for a minumum of 30 minutes before using them on the grill. Plan ahead the shrimp needs to marinade for a minumum of 5 hours. Amounts are only estimated depending on the size of your shrimp.

    Recipe #170202

    I've used this salt and pepper mix on fish, calamari and even chicken. It's yummy.

    Recipe #53169

    While this is usually served as a tapa, it is too good not to eat as a main course. After trying the ones that were posted here on Zaar, I found myself still searching for the gambas we had in Barcelona. Finally I found the recipe with the flavor and creaminess of the dish we fell in love with in Spain! The same dish can be made with squid, cut into rings, or scallops. Serve with lots of warm crusty bread to sop up the sauceā€¦. You will not want to waste a drop! (Make sure you are "warming" the olive oil and the butter, not cooking it off..... cause you'll want every last bit of it for the sauce)

    Recipe #127029

    From "Simply Shrimp, Salmon and (Fish) Steaks" by Leslie Glover Pendleton. This is the recipe on the cover of the book. Wish you could see it. Recipe states that these are tasty Southeast Asian-inspired shrimp that make an unusual hors d'oeuvre. Serve the sauce in individual pots when serving as a main course. Goes well with Basmati or jasmine rice. There is a marination of 30 minutes to 8 hours not included in the time.

    Recipe #159809

    I first enjoyed this shrimp dish at an outdoor cafe on St. Denis street in Montreal (a long, long, time ago). Sharing so you can enjoy it, too. This would make a perfect, romantic dinner.

    Recipe #121067

    2 Reviews |  By Lene

    All those delicious thai flavours wrapped up in these soft, fluffy cakes. For an extra burst of flavour serve drizzled with sweet chilli sauce or a squeeze of fresh lime juice.

    Recipe #130489

    Recipe #154841

    Nothing is better than a warm grilled cheese on a long cold day. Well now the classical grilled cheese got kicked up 1 more step with the inclusion of crabmeat and blue cheese. Round this dinner out with a warm bowl of clam chowder soup.

    Recipe #136626

    2 Reviews |  By 4Susan

    A delicious seafood appetizer perfect for entertaining- or makes a lovely romatic main course.

    Recipe #138659

    I'm no gourmet chef but this was out of this world delicious. It's from "Everyday Italian" cookbook. It can be served with Pasta or by itself.

    Recipe #138570

    A nice addition to a party! Serve with Spicy Dipping Sauce (recipe#137788).

    Recipe #137787

    These shrimp are very satisfying, and rich enough that you can only eat a few of them.

    Recipe #137816

    Quick and easy way to prepare a prawn dish, Asian style. From "Delicious Asian Seafood".

    Recipe #73986

    From Rick Bayless, this is shrimp cooked in a bath of garlic, which has itself been slowly cooked to make it sweet and elegant. The recipe calls for 2 chipotle chiles. Some people may want more--a lot of people will probably want less--chipotles are HOT--so, if you're not sure, go easy and taste before you add all the chiles. This garlic "bath" is also wonderful with fish, and other seafood. It serves 6 generously as a main course, or more as an appetizer.

    Recipe #135089

    5 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is a very tasty, garlic loaded Tapa. I like to use 2 fresh Jalapenos to give them a good kick If you like it milder use only one fresh or 2 canned. It is fun to take the fry pan right to the table and let everyone fixe their own. Do not skimp on the olive oil and use only a top grade oil

    Recipe #106523

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