Need an easy dinner recipe? Discover 20 easy meals with shrimp for a quick dinner! Whether you are looking for a quick dinner, a lighter meal or trying to observe Lent, check out these delicious shrimp recipes. I have to admit I’m not much of a seafood person, but[…]

Shrimp boil

A shrimp boil is one of my favorite ways to feed a crowd. A simple spice pack is added to water. Then boil potatoes, sausage, corn and shrimp.  Serve with melted butter for dipping and the shrimp boil will become your favorite party food. For my daughter’s birthday[…]

etouffee

Cajun Shrimp Etouffee Recipe is a traditional New Orleans recipe full of flavor.  Made with vegetables, stock and a roux, shrimp are then added to the etouffee gravy and served over rice. One of my favorite types of seafood is shrimp.  Shrimp is affordable and versatile and I[…]

shrimp recipe

This easy buffalo shrimp salad, featuring SeaPak Popcorn Shrimp from our sponsor, will help you score a #MomVictory during that midweek madness for  a delicious family meal and a #WinOnWednesday! Wednesdays around here are just a little bit hectic.  By Wednesday, everyone is starting to get tired – including[…]

Shrimp Roll

Pesto shrimp roll sandwiches are my version of a poor man’s lobster roll.  Cooked shrimp is mixed with a pesto mayonnaise and served atop lettuce on a big crusty bun.  The shrimp can be prepared a day or two before for easy entertaining or on the go meal.[…]

Cajun Shrimp Recipe

This Cajun shrimp recipe is full of flavor and it’s quick and easy to put together.  With just a few simple ingredients you can have a delicious dinner on the table in just over 30 minutes.  This isn’t just a shrimp recipe, either.  You can easily substitute chicken[…]

tuna

Skipjack tuna with pesto and capers is a quick, easy, and healthy lunch that is great to eat at home or even when you are brown bagging it.  This tuna recipe is sponsored by Collective Bias and Ocean Naturals.   Ah, tuna fish.  I grew up eating the[…]

Homemade Lox

Homemade lox is easy and inexpensive to make in your own kitchen! All you need is salmon, salt and time to enjoy this delicacy at home. Over the past 10 years,  I’ve tried very hard to learn to make as many of my husband’s favorite Jewish foods as[…]

As long as you have the oil heated up for latkes, you might as well use it to make dinner.  Salmon patties are not something I grew up eating, this is from my husband’s family.  I got the recipe from my mother-in-law, who cooked by “dump this and[…]

sushi

A no cook, at home version of sashimi salmon is one of our favorite summer meals! Salmon is sliced and marinated and served with rice and cole slaw for a cool summer meal.   This recipe is for all you sushi lovers!  We love, love sushi around here. […]