6 Reviews

Very easy and tastey recipe. I did add 2 cloves of garlic as we love garlic and once the shrimp was pink I removed from the pan and made the sauce which I doubled and thickend then added shrimp back in to coat . I served with brown rice(sauce over) and a salad. Good way to make a nice dinner on the run. Sometimes I do add vegies to when I want to change it up a bit. Great for company or one of our families favorite

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Nina W. June 15, 2011

A fast, yet unexpectedly delicately flavoured recipe. Really glad I tried this recipe.

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Deborah Smitten January 15, 2010

I also tried this without the pepper and it was great!

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nazareno May 23, 2008

Oooh, yum! I love recipes that are super easy- yet full of flavor! And that's exactly what this is! I omitted the cayenne (I have a 2.5 year old shrimp fanatic who I wanted to share with) and added a bit more lemon at the end- just for personal preference. These shrimp were succulent, juicy, flavorful and GONE before we knew what happened to us! Thanks for an awesome recipe! So, so good!

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hollyfrolly January 21, 2008

This is just the best. Lots of flavor and so so easy to prepare and get to the table. I use large cleaned shrimp with shell still partially on.

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patmikekoby July 03, 2006

Very easy to prepare and had a nice flavourful coating. Can be used as an appetiser.

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CheekyC February 28, 2004
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