This was Delicious! HOT & SPICY! A friend's family has a secret cajun shrimp recipe and I always wanted to be able to make my own. This recipe is actually better than theirs! :) It was very easy to make and the french bread was good dipped in the sauce around the shrimp and to soothe the burning mouth. I will use this recipe over and over im sure!
I loved the recipe - just watch that you don't overcook the prawns. I used 2 cloves of fresh garlic, 2 tbsp wocestershire sauce and 2 tbsp hot sauce (Peri-Peri). The heat is spo adjustable to suit your own taste. The bread is a must! Thanks
This is soooooo good. I think I could have kicked it up with a little more red pepper and hot sauce, but making it the first time, I went conservative. It is really very good. I will certainly make it again. Thanks Sarah for posting it.
Awesome shirimp. Very easy to do. I used 2 1/2 T. Worcestershire sauce and was kind of heavy handed with the cayenne and hot sauce. That is what I like about it. Very easy to control the spice level. The shrimp were delicious and the bread is a must. Have lots of napkins handy.
This is very tasty and super easy. DH loved it. Just be sure not to overcook it! & minutes seems to be perfect.
Oh, yeah! Hot & spicy - just like we like. Thanks Sarah.
Great recipe! I was a little overly generous with the hot sauce so I'll watch that next time. Also, was confused as to what type of red pepper was called for. I chopped up a red bell pepper and everything was delicious. This is a keeper for me!
This was great! I liked the mix of butter, tangy, and spice. I'll be making this again.
Great recipe. I used a bit less than 1/3 cup butter and a few shakes of Worcestershire and more than a few shakes of Tabasco. The result was nicely spiced, but I didn't really have a lot of sauce left over, so will use the full amount of butter next time.
Wonderful, My husband ask for an straw so that he could suck the sauce up faster. LOL