11 Reviews

While we were eating this I asked DH how he liked it. He said, "I like it." After eating more he said, "I really really like it." So this was a definited winner at our house. Didn't have any parsley and baked it in an 11x8 baking dish. Only change I'll make the next time is to double the topping.

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mailbelle June 11, 2009

This was super-yummy and so simple!!! :) Thank you so much for the recipe!

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Radish4ever December 13, 2008

FANTASTIC as can be! Definately felt like restaurant quality! definately added more crumbs to each dish...sprinkled more lemon juice...and got my wish! Next time might add Italian seasoning and parm cheese! This recipe certainly did please! By the way, used already cooked shrimp, TRUE! Don't think made any difference as was DELISH too!

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mickeydownunder March 01, 2008

Very very good, mine came out a bit dry but could be b/c I used the kind of bread crumbs that are in a canister...husband kind of breathed in the crumb topping somehow and was coughing during dinner. I really though it was good though...next time I might use dried parsley too!

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tmbillustration January 17, 2008

We enjoyed this recipe for dinner last night. It was very easy to put together but I think I would double the breadcrumb topping next time ~ there really wasn't enough to properly sprinkle over the shrimp. I did use a small baking pan instead of gratin dishes. I think with a little tweaking, this will become one of our favorites recipes! Thanks for posting!!

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Lvs2Cook December 06, 2007

I followed the directions exactly and was very happy with the results. If your shrimp comes peeled and deveined then this dish is really, really quick to put together. The cooking time of 15 minutes was just right for my oven.

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Marie Nixon April 11, 2005

Yum! I served this as one of the entrees for X'mas dinner. I did make some changes as our dinner is Asian-themed. I used lime instead of lemon and added some crushed lemongrass to the shrimps. Thanks, Marie for the easy do-ahead dish!

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WaterMelon December 25, 2004

This was such an easy meal to put together. Simple and delicious! I added just a tiny bit of lemon and pepper seasoning to the shrimp and cooked it in a 9 x 13 pan as I don't have gratin dishes either. Delicious! Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe!

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Dine & Dish November 21, 2004

What a fabulous shrimp recipe. It's so easy to put together with simple ingredients, cooks quickly, looks nice, and tastes fantastic. I don't own any gratin dishes, so I baked it in a 9x13 pan which worked out just fine for us. I almost always "tweak" recipes when I remake them, but I can't think of anything I'd change about this one. Thanks for the great recipe, Marie.

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jdoe May 26, 2004
Baked Shrimp with Lemon Garlic Crumbs