10 Reviews

These were lovely, I had some cooked prawns, so just heated those up in the sauce. I used Marsala since that's what I had on hand. Yummy. My phone appears to have eaten my photo, sorry I can't share that one with you.

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Satyne June 25, 2013

Cocktail shrimp was on sale, so I used a bit of the oil to cook a clove of minced garlic and just warmed up the pre-cooked shrimp quickly in the oil and sherry. Still turned out great! The tabasco gives it a great little kick. Everybody loved it!

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LadyNomad September 06, 2010

Made it as an appetizer. So delicious, and very easy.

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shyeyes6 February 09, 2008

FABULOUS! Added some minced garlic before the sherry..finger licking good. You're right...couldn't be easier!!! Thanks rsarahl for a great recipe.

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Pi-E December 04, 2007

These were delicious! And REALLY only 5 minutes for such impressive taste! I'm impressed. I served them as hors doeuvres tonight just for my husband and myself, (our daughter is going to be so sorry she missed out on these, as she loves shrimp!) I had about 20 of the "large" (30 count) shrimp, and since we don't care for Tabasco, used Tapatio. I used 3 big shakes...afraid of it being too hot for me. It was just so good! Next time I will put some minced garlic in there. Thanks rsarahl, for a recipe that will go down in history with my family and friends!

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Chef PotPie May 05, 2007

This was fantastic! And is really did take 5 minutes. I had mine with wilted spinach and mushroom couscous and it was fantastic. I did make some changes though: I added garlic and instead of tabasco all I had was chili-garlic hot sauce, and I added some fresh cut scallions. Overall - wonderful! I never would have thought to mix hot sauce and sherry!

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Sassy Accountant January 10, 2007

This was very tasty and easy. We had it for dinner and lapped up every bite. Even had yummy pan sauce to dip our sourdough bread in. I did ass about a teaspoon of grated garlic with the shrimp. I'll be making this again!

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CASunshine July 29, 2005

It's easy, it's good, it's tasty - what's not to like?! It is so easy that I brought all the fixin's in to the office and made it hot and fresh for an office party. It was a huge hit, and everyone loved the sherry/tabasco combination. This is now one of my potluck staples, and I'll keep making it for parties and company, for sure!

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Keeta1973 June 28, 2004

I followed the other reviewer's advice and also added a crushed clove of garlic to the recipe. I added a few to many splashes of tabasco for my taste, but my husband thought it was perfect. This recipe is so easy, but so good. I'll make this one again.

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Libra in Florida! June 08, 2004

I used one clove garlic and spinkled shrimp with some cajun/blackening seasoning (we like spicy foods). Otherwise followed the recipe. This was very good, and the sherry cooked off and left the shrimp seasoned, but no sauce - we liked that! An easy was to have a quick, tasty meal.

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BeachGirl June 08, 2003
5 Minute Sherried Shrimp Tapas