I liked that these weren't cooked in tons of butter; however, I do like the taste of butter on shrimp so I use 1/2 Tbs butter and 1/2 Tbs olive oil to cook these. They have a nice bite to them, but not overpowering. Made for ZWT9.
Love these...easy and so flavorful! Made for ZWT #9.
I used 8 Prawns and 1/2 the seasoning. It was yummy, but I think in future less seasoning for that amount of prawns!! Thanks for sharing your recipe.
Easy recipe, excellent flavor, I added some fresh garlic during sauteing though. Good vs vampires too.
This recipe is awesome for so many reasons... besides the fact that it's quick to prep and cook... there are a wide variety of options of what to eat it with... Over rice or pata, with a salad or on bread!!! If this could get more starts, I would add those too.
This shrimp was delicious and flavor-packed. Enjoyed for our Christmas Eve dinner and it went well with a rich cheesy rice dish and sweet glazed carrots. Great entree for a special occasion, also easy enough for a weeknight!
These were amazing and so simple to make! The only small change I made was to half the cayenne b/c I had my 9 yr old eating these. I added the shrimp to angel hair with a can of mushrooms and alfredo sauce. YUM! Sooo delicious! Will make again:)
thank you I just cook cajun sauteed shrimp for the first time it came out great every one ate it all thank you and thank god for helping me make my first cajun sauteed shrimp
We love shrimp and these were no exception. What a lovely treat. The spices were perfect in this dish and the shrimp was lovely, crunchy and flavorful. I served this over plain buttered pasta, what a treat. Into my keeper box this goes. Thanks for sharing your recipe.