This is Ina Garten's secret for convincing your guests that you're a natural-born cook! I recommend Greek or French feta if you can find it. Usually Ina prefers feta cubed rather than crumbled, but here she crumbles it in large pieces. Pernod is one of her secret ingredients. "Whenever I cook with fennel, Pernod gives the dish just the right licorice jolt that I love. You don't know the Pernod is there, you just know that the fennel tastes wonderful."
This delicious dish will look and taste like it is professionally done, but actually is so simple to make! The flavors are rich and delicate, like all great Thai cuisine. It is slightly sweet and slightly spicy, harmonizing wonderfully with the shrimp. Eat it by itself or serve it over your favorite pasta.
This is the BEST gumbo I have ever had. (No okra!) Hearty and classic. If you can't find andouille, use a good smoked sausage or kielbasa. The gravy is so rich, have lots of bread to sop it up. A friend gave me this recipe, so I don't know the origin.
Found this recipe in Food Network magazine - looks so good, I found several "chicken" Francese recipes here but none for shrimp. I love shrimp and this sounds like one I really enjoy. The salt and pepper is to taste, but I had to guess at the amount to post
In baking the shrimp instead of frying you save on loads of calories without sacrificing taste. Cornstarch helps the coating to adhere much better to the shrimp instead of flour. This recipe works best with extra-large shrimp, 15-20 to the pound. Do not butterfly the shrimp or they will come out tough.
Louisiana "barbecued" shrimp never touch an actual barbecue. Created at Pascal's Manale restaurant in New Orleans in 1954, the recipe has become a southern staple. This version is served with French or Sourdough Bread for soaking up the rich sauce. Found this recipe in Martha Stewart Living, Aug 2009.... IT IS AMAZING and easily doubled. We served this in a shallow bowl so everyone could soak up a bit of the flavorful sauce!
Herby, spicy shrimp with a kick, in a buttery-beer "sauce". Fast, easy and delicious, serve as an appetizer, or a dinner over rice or with lots of crusty French bread to soak up all the tasty, herbalicious sauce!
A Canyon Cafe recipe. Note: Pico de gallo is a combination of chopped fresh tomatoes, cilantro, onions, garlic and peppers to taste. Add a splash of lime juice and a dash of salt. If you don't have time to make pico de gallo, substitute chopped fresh tomatoes. This topping adds tremendously to the finished dish.