Got this from my mom's Crab Cookbook that looked like it was written in the 60's. There are many Crab imperial recipes but this one doesn't include mayo. Very delicious atop fish or shrimp or on sliced and toasted baguette.
We had these at Bonefish Grill. They are a great app. Since then, I have been trying many recipes looking for one that tastes close. This is the best that I have found. Sometimes I fix these and just serve with a salad for lunch - very delicious!
Best in unshelled shrimp, though I'm sure shelled will work too. Use about 30 large or 50 medium, but make sure they are raw, not pre-cooked.
Don't forget to serve with ciabatta, to soak up the sauce and gobble up!
Got this recipe from another online site and love the combo of shrimp and asparagus, add the ginger and what's not to like. I do add garlic and some chopped shallots to the mix to but as the original recipe didn't have it left it out. The best part is how simple and fast it is, I served over angel hair pasta but think it would be just as good with rice. There's not a lot of sauce with this, so if you like a lot this may not be for you - but the flavors are so good
This is a copycat recipe, after the Killer Shrimp restaurant in Southern California. This is the most authentic recipe I have found -with some minor adjustments, and is wonderfull. Be sure to serve with alot of crusty bread for dipping, the broth and bread is the best part of the meal to me. I usually do half and half clam broth and chicken broth, as a personal preference. We do peel and eat shrimp, but I have made with peeled shrimp as well. Posting here as I don't see another like it combined with safe keeping, can't lose this!
Sautéed New Orleans style in reduced white wine, butter, garlic and spices, drenched with a delicious barbecue butter. Say it with me.... "Om......................" I have yet to try this, but will vouch for ANYthing from this restaurant.
Yes, almost the same as my other recipe but 100% better! A little change went a long way. It is the best, I promise! I have NEVER in my life had better shrimp. My whole family was in heaven. OK, enough tooting my own horn!
This is a recipe I created Easter 2013 which was the highlight of our camping weekend. Absolutely delicious with a cold beer or light Savignon Blanc. I think the non negotiable ingredient is the red onion. I ran out of red onions and used 1/2 a brown onion and the result was not quite so impressive. Quantities are approximate, but the aim is to have a slightly thick, pourable batter consistency.
This recipe takes very few ingredients and only a few minutes to put together! This healthy blend of bok choy and scallops would go great over some steamed rice. Slightly adapted from a Chatelaine recipe. Enjoy!