Killer Shrimp

Killer Shrimp created by Nimz_

This is a marinated shrimp recipe that is served warm with crusty french bread to soak up all the good sauce. Quick, easy and oh so good.

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  • In a large saucepan over medium heat, simmer butter, olive oil, chili sauce, Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice, lemon, garlic, parsley, red pepper flakes, oregano and Tabasco until well blended.
  • Remove from heat and let cool.
  • Place sauce in a zip-lock bag; add shrimp.
  • Refrigerate at least 8 hours or overnight.
  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Place shrimp and sauce in a large shallow baking pan.
  • Bake 10 to 15 minutes or until shrimp are opaque in center.
  • Remove from oven.
  • Serve with a crusty French bread for dipping in sauce.
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"This is a marinated shrimp recipe that is served warm with crusty french bread to soak up all the good sauce. Quick, easy and oh so good."

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  1. nemokitty
    I had some shrimp to use up from the freezer and went in search of a recipe and this sounded perfect. Boy, was I right! This was s-o-o-o-o tasty and easy. I served it with Uncle Ben's garlic infusion rice with the sauce poured over it and corn on the cob. Very good dinner, thanks to the shrimp. YUM!
  2. panamanorth
    Simply not edible with the amount of spice indicated. Half the chili sauce, crushed red pepper and tobasco to cut down on the heat.
  3. Kelly C.
    I made this for a football party and it was a hit!! Took it out of the oven and the host tried a piece, and a look of bliss spread across his face. Same with everyone else's first bite too. So many compliments. :D I used sweet asian chili sauce and the green "less heat" Tabasco sauce, also just regular red pepper flakes because that's what I had, not sure if I should have had "crushed" or not, but in any case it was the perfect amount of kick for a range of different tastes in a group. The bread was a perfect accompaniment too. I will be making this repeatedly! (as long as I can afford the cost of the raw shrimp.)
  4. Jill L. Margaritta
    Very...very good shrimp!! I tripled the recipe to take to a New Years Eve party. I cut the amount of red pepper flakes and tabasco in half. I found this to be enough heat. I also added salt to the marinade. Just a personal preference. It was a hit!! People loved it and kept commenting how good it was. One friend said it was the best shrimp he ever had. Thanks for the excellent recipe. Will be using this one again for sure!!
  5. coleen114
    This is my most requested marinated shrimp recipe so far. The longer you can marinate, the better. I found that the chilled leftovers were even better than when served warm.
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