These aren't only our best shrimp recipes; they are our all-time favorites--the ones we never grow tired of grilling, steaming, frying, and of course, eating! Plus, find cooking tips, fun facts, and everything you never knew about the popular seafood.
Fact: Hundreds of shrimp species swim in the seas, and some have minute differences we would never notice on our plates. Warm-water shrimp grow larger, but tend to taste less sweet than their cold-water cousins. Freshwater shrimp are usually farm-raised and prized for their size. Regardless of raw shrimp's color, which can range from white to yellow to brown to striped, all shrimp turn pink when cooked.