These have a flavor that is similar to blackened seasonings. However, it is much healthier by not cooking with so much butter. The flavor sears with the shrimp and is just outstanding! Thanks!
this dish was awesome! i used pre-cooked shrimp and it came out pretty tasty. it had lots of liquid so i just threw in some spaghetti noodles and it soaked up all the juices. i'm going to make this once a week.
Excellent!I've even made this in a vegetable basket on the Barbecue
Very yummy- we did these last night with some scallops as well and it all turned out nicely. Spicy, messy, smelled good, tasted better.
I live in Louisiana and you can not call this dish Cajun. It was tasty, but in order to make it taste Cajun you have to add A LOT more seasoning. I had to double the cayenne, garlic and add more salt.
Shrimp is one of my top 5 favorite foods. This recipe was so great, PanNan. Has all the wonderful spiciness of cajun shrimp but without all the fat from butter. The recipe doubled with no problem. Ate it along with salad and bread, of course. Thanks for an excellent meal.
perfect flavoring and spicy without burning your mouth. I loved it, will do it again. BTW, i added some snow peas, red bell pepper, and green onion in an effort to get in some veggies, I double the seasoning. Couldn't be better.
These made a great appetizer and so much lower in fat than similar recipes. I didn't change a thing, thank you!
My husband's comment: "This is spicy-- this is good!" We enjoyed this recipe, especially with blander side dishes of steamed cauliflower and orzo with parmesan cheese. Quick to make after a busy day, and flavorful. Thanks for posting.
Very delicious and so simple to make!