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Sizzled Citrus Shrimp

Spring 2004, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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This quick Spanish-inspired saute is a lesson in simplicity. All shrimp really needs to dazzle is lots of garlic and a splash of lemon. Serve as a main dish or as a tapa (appetizer).



READER'S COMMENT:
"This is so delicious! I make it quite often. I substituted basil for the parsley and used chicken stock in lieu of the white wine (I didn't have any). And I didn't use the bay leaf. It was to die for delicious! Usually I serve it with...
Sizzled Citrus Shrimp

5 Reviews for Sizzled Citrus Shrimp

10/17/2014
Anonymous
Quick and easy dinner option

We absolutely loved this recipe, and will make it with rice next time to soak up the delicious sauce. This is a keeper!

My husband and I love shrimp, and this is the tastiest recipe I've found.
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02/24/2012
tasty, enjoyable.

I added shreded cheese and pepper.

very easy and quick to cook.
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11/06/2011
fantastic flavor

I'm not a big seafood fan, but this recipe had great lemon/garlic flavor. We ended up dipping our steamed broccoli in the sauce - next time I'll service this over rice to soak up the sauce.

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08/13/2010

This is so delicious! I make it quite often. I substituted basil for the parsley and used chicken stock in lieu of the white wine (I didn't have any). And I didn't use the bay leaf. It was to die for delicious! Usually I serve it with rice and either beans or asparagus. Tonight I'm going to try and make it into a pasta recipe by adding a chopped Roma tomato to the marinade at the end and reserving some pasta water and serving it with whole wheat linguine and asparagus.

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12/20/2009

This was quite tasty, light and just a hint of spiciness. I served the shrimp over Bismati Rice for a light dinner. Delicious! I'll definitely make this again.

Christine, Sweden

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