Really quick and easy. For the first time I got well cooked shrimp. The only thing I will recommend is adding chili flakes.
Add a pot of cream right at the end of coking for extra yummyness, and serve over pilaf rice! xxx
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.
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!
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.
Total family hit! Very easy and quick. We'll be having this again!
Foolproof and delicious. I love how beautiful the bit of sugar makes the carmelization.
Easy, pretty quick and really really tasty! Great keeper.
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
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! :)