Shrimp has got to be one of the easiest seafood to be cook and incorporate in a million recipes. You can put it in most dishes, such as Lobster Masala, Baked Fish, Green Beans Curry and many others. I am sure you have some pretty great ideas on how to cook shrimp. You can share the shrimp recipes if you would like 🙂
Seems like it is appropriate to eat shrimp at any day of the week because it is so convenient and fast to do it. Would you not enjoy eating shrimp today? Quite frankly we all need a refreshing addition into our menu after last week’s Thanksgiving. So much meat from turkey! Stomach is screaming for some change.
The latest Cooking post on How to Devein and Peel the Shrimp will show you how to take care of the shrimp. It is very easy, just watch the video and you will understand everything under 5 minutes. Have fun when you are doing this, and perhaps you will come up with an easier way of deveining and peeling the shrimp.
Paprika Shrimp is an easy recipe to do after a busy day at work. It will make your taste buds dance with the quantity of paprika and piripiri in it. Fusing so well with the seasoning, the taste of shrimp comes out as unforgettable as the first bite. Come check out this shrimp recipe. This recipe will definitely be bookmarked by you 🙂
- 800 g shrimp, deveined
- 1 1/2 – 2 teaspoon paprika powder
- 1/4 – 1/2 teaspoon piripiri powder
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 1 tablespoon wine
- 1 1/4 -1/2 smashed garlic with salt
- Black pepper, optional
- Olive oil
In a small bowl, place all the ingredients with exception of the shrimp to prepare the marinate. Mix it well until it becomes homogeneous.
In a separate plastic tray or bowl, place the shrimp with shell on. Transfer the marinate to the bowl containing the shrimp and spread it well throughout it. The shrimp can be cut all the way down as it in the photo below. Let marinate for at least 20 minutes.
Once it marinated, add the olive oil to a pan and let it heat up. Add the marinated shrimp and fry it whenever the oil gets warm. It should take you less than 5 minutes to cook one shrimp.
The paprika shrimp can be eaten plain as it is, or you can make some sauce. Perhaps a sauce based on sriracha to spice it up a bit more or a mild one, yogurt based, to tone down the effect of the piripiri.
I hope you enjoy this recipe, and make it for your family and friends. Today it is Friday, and the paprika shrimp recipe is a great one for an appetizer. Enjoy it!
Until next time, Hungry People.