When it comes to Italian style shrimp, classic shrimp scampi is where it’s at! There really is nothing better than warm garlic butter sauce poured over succulent shrimp with a fresh zest of lemon!
Shrimp scampi is traditionally served over a plate of cooked spaghetti or bucatini pasta. (My personal favorite!) But you can also mix things up and serve it over zucchini noodles or spaghetti squash for a low carb meal.
No matter how you serve it, you’re going to fall in love with the lemony, buttery goodness of this dish!
With just 3 ingredients in 29 minutes, you can toss together these flavorful Chimichurri Shrimp Skewers! They’re so easy to make, gluten free and dairy free!
Last week on Instagram, I declared that chimichurri was “the official sauce of summer 2018” and I’m sticking with it! Ever since I shared this easy 5 minute Chimichurri Sauce recipe earlier this summer, I’ve been receiving tons of Instagram messages from people letting me know that they’re as obsessed with this sauce as I am!
Delicious Italian marinated grilled shrimp is topped with homemade tomato basil bruschetta and served over sautéed zucchini noodles in this healthy, Whole 30 and gluten free Shrimp Bruschetta Zoodle Bowl recipe!
The original inspiration for these bowls came from my Tomato Basil Bruschetta Recipe that I’ve been making for years! I wanted more ways to eat this delectable recipe, rather than just as an appetizer, so I served it over grilled chicken, on a bed of zoodles and the world took notice!
Today, I’m sharing how to make a similar bruschetta zoodle bowl, but with delicious grilled shrimp! And I’m serious when I say DELICIOUS grilled shrimp! I could eat this shrimp by itself, all day every day… and I did! I could not resist gobbling up a few grilled shrimps before putting these bowls together!
This delicious Whole30 recipe combines roasted spaghetti squash and green chili avocado sauce with cilantro lime shrimp for a healthy, gluten free and dairy free meal!
I love this recipe because it’s a combination of two of my favorite recipes, Chili Cilantro Lime Shrimp and Green Chili Avocado Sauce, combined with my favorite squash, spaghetti! I altered the two recipes slightly to make them Whole30 compliant and the result was delicious!
In only 15 minutes, with just 8 ingredients, you can make this super simple and delicious Shrimp Stir Fry recipe with Shishito Peppers!
Raise your hand if you’re a huge fan of shishito peppers, now, raise your hand if you have no idea what the heck a shishito pepper is!
Shishitos are Asian peppers that are generally sweet with a spicy one every once in a while. They’re usually sautéed and served as an appetizer at Japanese restaurants. I introduced a recipe for Soy Ginger Shishito Peppers on the blog in 2013 and they’ve been a huge hit ever since!
Lately, I’ve been seeing shishito peppers popping up in major grocery stores, whereas I used to only be able to find them at Asian markets.
With the popularity and the convenience of picking up these delicious peppers at my local grocery store, I decided it was time to introduce another shishito recipe on the blog and it just so happens that shishito peppers pair perfectly with shrimp stir fry!
This quick and easy recipe for Crispy Shrimp Tacos with Chipotle BBQ Sauce is made in only 15 minutes, perfect for a weeknight dinner in a hurry!
A couple of weeks ago, I joined the Foodbeast team for a “Foodie Day in San Diego”. I was so excited to see that they had picked some of my favorite local spots to visit, like Basic Pizza and Puesto for tacos!
It was on that fateful Friday that I tried Puesto’s crispy shrimp tacos for the first time and fell in love!
I went home and immediately created a similar recipe that’s made in only 15 minutes!
Easier & healthier than takeout, this General Tso’s Broccoli & Shrimp recipe is made in 20 minutes, in only one pot, right in your own kitchen!
I love me some General Tso’s Chicken, and apparently so do a lot of other people!
My recipe for Gluten Free General Tso’s Chicken is one of the most popular recipes on the blog. It’s quick and easy to make, really delicious and much healthier than take out, I totally get it’s popularity!
I know what you’re thinking, yes, my Dad is on Snapchat, and yes, my Mom is on Snapchat, and yes, they’re 60 years old!
This is the direct influence of having a daughter that’s a social media enthusiast and professional food blogger. Every time my parents come to visit, I give them tutorials on the latest social media channel. They get on it and suddenly I’m getting snaps from food truck festivals, football games and road trips with Snapchat filters. The moral of this story is, my parents are not normal parents, they’re cool parents! (Mean Girls reference, anyone?!)
Enjoy the delicious flavors of Tuscany in this quick & easy, 30 minute, one pot recipe for Tuscan Shrimp Scampi Pasta!
I love one pot meals! You love one pot meals! Guess what? Today I’ve got a meal for you that requires four pots, just kidding, it’s a totally delicious and super simple one pot meal that I know you’re going to love!
This Shrimp Mango Arugula Salad combines mango, papaya, avocado & lemon pepper grilled shrimp for a fresh, flavorful salad that is perfect for summer!
My most recent summer salad creation was inspired by my favorite dish at Queenstown, San Diego. If you live in the area and haven’t visited this fine establishment, you are seriously missing out!
The food is amazing, service is delightful and drinks are delicious! To say that I’m a regular here would be an understatement!
While I’ve grown fond of a number of dishes on their menu, this salad is my go to for weekend afternoons when I’m craving something light and refreshing, yet still filling.
I created my own version of the salad on Friday with a little extra shrimp I had lying around.
The result was a light and refreshing salad that was packed with flavor!
Lemon Pepper Grilled Shrimp Ingredients
1/4 cup olive oil
1/4 cup lemon juice
2 cloves garlic (crushed)
1 tsp black pepper
8 shrimp (peeled & deveined)
Mango Arugula Salad Ingredients
2 cups arugula
1/4 cup mango (diced)
1/4 cup papaya (diced)
1 avocado (diced)
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp lemon juice
1 tbsp fresh mint
Prepare the marinade for the shrimp by combining the olive oil, lemon juice, garlic and black pepper.
Add the shrimp to the marinade.
Place in the refrigerator for 15 minutes then fire up the grill to medium heat. Grill the shrimp for 2-3 minutes per side, then prepare the salad by adding the arugula, mango, papaya and avocado to a large bowl.
Next, squeeze the tbsp of lemon juice and olive oil over the salad. Add the shrimp and toss well. Top with the fresh mint.
Grilled shrimp is marinated in a delicious, slightly spicy, chili lime garlic marinade, then cooked on the grill, or in a cast iron skillet, for an easy, healthy gluten free recipe!
Yay!! My first dinner post!! So unfortunately my roomie Nick is moving back to Boston on Tuesday, but fortunately that gave us a great excuse to plan a little going-away dinner for him this weekend that involved surf-and-turf!
Now if you would have asked me 5 years ago what surf-and-turf was I would have probably said some sort of exercise but after venturing in to the seafood world about 3 years ago… yes New Years Day 2009 was my first time to eat anything out of the water IN MY LIFE!
No salmon, no shrimp, no lobster, not even my favorite, crab, until this fateful day in 2009! I don’t know how I lived before crab legs, lobster rolls and one of my favorite things I’ve ever made, Chili Lime Garlic Grilled Shrimp!
Now there’s still that fishy (get it, fishy, haha) story out there that my parents always try to tell me about how I ate fish sticks from Hardee’s when I was about 9 years old because I thought they were chicken strips, but all the same, for the purpose of this post we’ll say my first fish experience was in 2009 (besides I don’t know if you can consider fish sticks from Hardee’s really fish!)
Back to the dinner! As soon as the boys (my two roommates) decided on surf-and-turf for dinner I knew I had to make these grilled shrimp. I made them once before on Father’s Day this year and they were to-die-for!
Ingredients (serves 4)
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 tbsp brown sugar
3 tbsp soy sauce
1 tsp chili powder
juice of 1 lime
1/2 tsp red pepper flakes
2 tsp olive oil
15-20 large shrimp (peeled & deveined)
Place all of the above ingredients, except the shrimp, in a medium bowl and whisk to combine.
Add the shrimp and toss to coat. Place in the refrigerator to marinate for 15 minutes.