I got this from the Barefoot Contessa's book "Parties!" and i use it alot. It is a big hit and easy to make. The time does not include the chilling time as this can be made the night before or earlier in the day.
This is a quick and light stir fried version of the Chinese dish that will have you licking your fingers. Posting for the ZWT III.It can be a little messy to eat as the shrimp are cooked with the shells on for best flavor. Recipe is from Sunset June 2007 and it is noted: The different peppercorns add a subtle range of pepper flavor to this dish, but you can stick to just black peppercorns too; simply decrease the total amount to 1 1/2 tsp.
A fine addition to you next tapa party.
This recipe can be made one day ahead covered and refrigerated, but is served at room temperature
No prep work is specified on the shrimp, but I prefer to devein them. I cannot bear much heat, so I used a much smaller amount of cayenne. I also dislike sherry in my food, and substituted white wine.
This is good done on the barbeque and can also be cooked using the grill. If you like basil you will like these prawns Serve with some nice crusty bread. Makes enough marinade for more then 12 prawns. Marinating time not included.
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!
In Spanish tavernas, these shrimp; fragrant with garlic and olive oil; are brought to the table sizzling in a little metal pan. Have plenty of bread on hand to sop up the delicious pan juices. Serve with lemon wedges, if desired.
Another recipe to use with my Camaron Stovetop Smoker. http://www.tenderizemeat.com/stovetop-smokers-camerons-stovetop-smoker-p-2419.html These are great as a peel-and-eat appetizer, use in shrimp cocktail, shrimp tacos, or a shrimp salad. Adds a terrific flavor boost. If you're using the mini stove-top smoker, you'll need to make in two batches. Original recipe comes from Southern Living, but once again I've added my personal touch.