By Chippie1 on January 10, 2005
Photo by Delicious as it Looks
Photo by Delicious as it Looks
"Recipe is originally from the Food Network courtesy of Rachael Ray, but I tweaked it to fit our tastes. Very quick & easy shrimp recipe that's done on the stovetop. If your tastes desire spicy & garlic, then this recipe is just for you."
Serving Size: 1 (60 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"This is a great little recipe. I added a few steps which took the taste to the next level. I coated the shrimp in flour. Instead of olive oil, I used two tablespoons of butter. I minced the garlic and added it the butter with 2 Tbsp of white wine. Then tossed in the mixture. It came out great."
"Simple and delicious! I used lime zest and juice as it was all I had, and i tossed everything together and let it sit in the fridge for an hour before cooking."
"This recipe is amazing! It won over my picky family...we've actually had it twice this week by my husband's request! I have to say, it's a little frustrating to read through reviews because it seems as though everyone spins it to their taste or what they have on hand. While that's great, it doesn't help those who want to know what people think of the recipe as is. I prepared the shrimp exactly as the recipe directed and it turned out wonderfully!"
"I must say, this was really good! I used Garlic powder and already chopped up Parsely leaves as an alternative. I also used frozen shrimp, After i preheated the pan I simply put in the frozen shrimp and waited till the heat thawed it out. That's when I added the ingredients."
"I took the advice of another and instead of red pepper used not quite 1/2 tsp. of Old Bay seasoning. This was a major winner with my picky husband and I love it, too!"
"Instead of red pepper flakes and steak seasoning, we used creole seasoning. Then we made some shrimp po' boys with them. Really good! Quick and easy way to cook shrimp."
"I cannot believe I forgot to rate this. One word 'DELICIOUS'!!! I made this for friend who was coming over for dinner as an appetizer and it was the highlight of the meal. My picky kids loved these and I could not keep them from grabbing the last two! Next time I will definately double the recipe. Thanks for sharing!"
"This recipe is awesome!!! My family all love this. I do have to cut the red pepper flakes by half for my family. Sometimes I make a simple white sauce and pour over shrimp in pan to get all flavors and then serve over the pasta. A winner every time."
"Very delicious and easy to make! I did shrimp in one pan and chicken in the other pan, using the same recipe. They both turned out really good. I didn't use as much red pepper in the chicken portion because I was also serving that to my toddler. Only had lemon juice so I added just a little extra to make up for the lemon zest. This would probably be good with lime juice too, might try that next time."
"It has all been said before. Yummy. I do add 1 tbs. of butter as well."
"This shrimp is amazing!! My boyfriend says they are way better than any he's ever had in a restaurant. I used Old Bay seasoning instead of steak seasoning. So yummy!! Served with Garlic Parmesan Spaghetti. Fantastic meal!"
"This tastes amazing; and is equally amazing to make! Doesn't take any time at all. We have this quite often at our place."
"Had 18 shrimp, doubled the sauce recipe and added a red vine-repened jalapeno, 3 tbsp. butter and lime from the tree instead of the lemon. Absolutely a winner !!"
"I've made this a few times now and it is DELISH! Quite spicy, though, so be warned! :) Thanks for sharing!"
"OMG! This recipe was so good. My sister and I loved this! It had so much flavor. The lemon juice and steak seasoning really made this taste wonderful. After cooking it, I poured some of the mixture left in the pan over the shrimp and served on a bed of rice."
"This was WONDERFUL! I added some fresh mushrooms that I had on hand. Simple and very tasty. Thanks for the recipe!"
"Wonderful flavor! Excites my tastebuds. I did alter this a bit to our liking but it's pretty much the same recipe. I used more shrimp (precooked frozen kind) and added chicken breast tenderloin strips cut up to the oil that had the sauted garlic and pepper flakes in it. I seasoned with Montreal Seasoning (chicken) and ended up throwing in a box of Zatarains Garlic & Herb Rice along with a touch more lemon juice and the zest. I didn't have parsley fresh so I used chopped fresh cilantro. Very tasty! I will definitely make again. Oh and I forgot to mention that I threw in sliced onion pieces also while the oil and seasonings were infusing."
"I love this recipe Chippie 1 thank you for sharing! First I read through some of the reviews for tips and loved what I read. I used butter, diced bell peppers, Old Bay, Creole, and the Montreal seasoning. I am not big on lemon but gave a few squirts served over some rice with asparagus on the side and it was fantabulouse!! Thank again Chippie. ; )"
"Fabulous fresh flavors with a little heat. Loved it."
"I had all the ingredients on hand. I had 2 pans going because they were sort of steaming and I wanted a little browning. I skipped the parsley. It was very nice! Thanks Update- I had a bag of cooked large shrimp. I made al dente pasta and set it aside then added a bit more oil and garlic and followed all but skipped the zest. I added some onion too cause I had it and then I heated the shrimp in the mixture until heated and placed them on the pasta. I added a little cornstarch and water to thicken the sauce and poured it on top. I even took some garlic croutons and crushed them and sprinkled that on top. It was a hit! Thanks"