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Really quick and easy. For the first time I got well cooked shrimp. The only thing I will recommend is adding chili flakes.

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Ggyou November 04, 2013

Add a pot of cream right at the end of coking for extra yummyness, and serve over pilaf rice! xxx

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babesberry September 01, 2012

This was truly wonderful. I feel I finally know how to cook shrimp without over-cooking it. The family loved it. I liked the butter mixture especially and plan to use it on fish and other seafood.

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SunnyPika June 18, 2012

This was a fantastic shrimp dish! I increased the sugar to 1/4 tsp, otherwise followed the directions exactly. Everyone loved this. Served with farfalle pasta and fresh vegetables from a farmers' market, along with crunchy bread -- outstanding. Thanks for a great recipe!

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vrvrvr May 20, 2012

Turned out absolutely delicious! I had already seasoned with Old Bay seasoning before I found this recipe. I did not want to fry the shrimp, and this was just the right touch.

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caperss December 22, 2011

Total family hit! Very easy and quick. We'll be having this again!

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Jacstew March 13, 2011

Foolproof and delicious. I love how beautiful the bit of sugar makes the carmelization.

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TesB November 27, 2010

Easy, pretty quick and really really tasty! Great keeper.

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Yogabillyd May 09, 2010

Such a quick, easy recipe and very nice flavors. The garlic is noticeable, but not overpowering. Made for TOP FAVORITES of 2009 COOKBOOKS TAG GAME

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Mikekey March 17, 2010

This recipe makes utterly delicious shrimp! With regular frying, my shrimp sometimes come out rubbery - but this pan searing method made light, fresh tasting pieces of shrimp. The only change I made was to add a bit of Sazon Goya for flavor and color. Bravo on a recipe I will use again and again! :)

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Piixsaar March 06, 2010
Pan Seared Shrimp With Garlic-Lemon Butter