57 Favorite Shrimp Recipes
Enjoy our favorite shrimp recipes, plus cooking tips, fun facts, and everything you never knew about shrimp.
Recipe: Hot-and-Sour Soup
Did you know that Gulf shrimp accounts for most of the wild shrimp eaten in the U.S.? The recent oil spill in the Gulf has renewed a lot of questions about safety and right now Gulf seafood is the most watched and regulated in the world.
Recipe: Honey Shrimp Skewers
Recipe: Grilled Shrimp Panzanella Salad
All beer buffs worth their hops know beer adds rich, earthy flavor to all kinds of food. Our Beer-Braised BBQ Shrimp calls for lager, which is the most widely consumed beer. Lager has a slightly tangy flavor that works well with fish or spicy curry dishes.
- Recipe: Beer-Braised BBQ Shrimp
Recipe: Shrimp-and-Crab Nachos
Think of this recipe as a deconstructed Shrimp Po' Boy without the bread. Marinated and grilled shrimp get even more flavor from a tangy rémoulade with capers, lemon juice and a dash of hot sauce.
- Recipe: Grilled Shrimp with Rémoulade
When the day calls for a dish that’s light and simple, try this make-ahead meal that combines fresh foods from land and sea. A jalapeno pepper adds just the right amount of kick and pairs well with onions, shrimp, and of course, tomatoes.
- Recipe: Tomato-and-Shrimp Salad
There’s not a time of the day where shrimp and grits isn’t on our menu. This low country variation comes from Hot and Hot Fish Club chef Christ Hastings. It’s a perfect one-dish menu impressive enough for friends.
- Get the recipe: Creamy Shrimp and Grits
Be sure the liquid in the pan covers the minced garlic. If the pan is too dry, the garlic could scorch under the intense broiling heat.
Tip: Wine, butter, and garlic always taste delicious with seafood. The touch of Worcestershire and red pepper add a subtle bite to the tomatoes and spinach.
- Recipe: Broiled Shrimp and Scallops
Jicama is a sweet root vegetable that looks like a turnip, and tastes somewhere between a water chesnut and an apple. If you can't find it, substitue a crisp, white turnip.
Combine some Mediterranean flavors with a classic Italian antipasto, and you get this highly rated recipe. Shrimp adds a new dimension to bruschetta and makes it a heartier accompaniment to a meal. As reviewers have noted, this zesty dish is perfect for a crowd.
- Recipe: Greek Shrimp Bruschetta
Recipe: Tequila Shrimp and Citrus
Try this very simple preparation of traditional shrimp scampi that's enhanced with crab. Don't feel limited to adding crab specifically; bay scallops and lobster also work well.
- Recipe: Shrimp-and-Crab Finger Scampi
Spicy Jamaican jerk seasoning gives this grilled shrimp recipe a hot kick. Pair with our Caribbean-inspired mango salsa to help cool your taste buds.
This dish gets its unique flavor from pineapple seared quickly in the wok prior to combining with the cooked shrimp. Make sure you preheat your wok before stir-friyng. You'll know the wok is ready when a drop of water evaporates in 1 or 2 seconds after hitting the metal.
- Recipe: Shrimp-Pineapple Fried Rice
Asian noodles come from various sources—from mung bean to yams. The noodles in this recipe are made from buckwheat, which must be boiled longer than other Asian noodles. Once the noodles are done cooking, serve this dish immediately for a zesty entreé, or chill for a refreshing salad.