5 Reviews

Because shrimp cooks so quickly, and to ensure it did not overcook, I let the sauce thicken before adding the shrimp! Tagged on 02/01 for the Best of 2013 game, due 03/01/2014 with extension.

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Kerfuffle-Upon-Wincle March 02, 2014

This is very good recipe and so tasty. One caution; do not add salt until the last 30 sec before serving. If you add too early the shrimp loose that sweet taste.

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baltisraul February 15, 2014

This is very good, especially when served on top of buttery garlic bread! Served alone, I didn't find it to be a spectacular shrimp dish, so couldn't say it is "the best". But loved it with the tomato sauce served as a sandwich with the bread and some lettuce. Fresh and vibrant flavors. Thanks for sharing! Made for Best of 2013 tag game.

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breezermom February 16, 2014

Yum! The only change I made was to add some oyster sauce. Served over rice noodles. Thanks for posting!

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pammyowl June 05, 2013

Fantastico! The sauce was light, reminded me of a much-loved sauce at a nearby Italian restaurant. We doubled the recipe; as a result, our sauce did not thicken up as much, so next time I would add the shrimp later so they won't overcook. Served with Homemade Lemon Pepper Pasta #498868 and Spinach With Garlic Vinaigrette #455758. A winning meal. I used the uncooked shrimp in their shell; I am sure they tasted better, but it was a pain to remove the shells at the dinner table. Made for Spring 2013 Pick-A-Chef.

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KateL April 12, 2013
The Best Garlic Shrimp Ever