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A creamy dip made with shrimp soup, cream cheese and hot sauce is perfect for scooping with veggies or crackers.
Lemon grass, an herb used to flavor Thai soups and teas, has a mild citrus taste. In this recipe, the herb works with cilantro, garlic, and a fresh chile to give shrimp spread Asian-style flavors.
This decadent slow cooker shrimp dip is extra creamyy thanks to three kinds of cheese and a cup of half-and-half.
Soy sauce and ginger are the Asian flavors in this dip made with shrimp.
The sauce for this easy shrimp appetizer can also be used with grilled fish or chicken.
Ketchup, horseradish, and hot pepper sauce give this appetizer dip flavors similar to a shrimp cocktail.
Serve the seasoned broiled shrimp with the homemade mayonnaise dressing for a quick and easy appetizer.
In under 30 minutes, you can have a restaurant-quality grilled shrimp dinner on the table--with a flavorful side of fruit and veggies too!
Whether you prefer the leaves dipped in butter, or the hearts in a warm dip or a pasta dish, artichokes are an ideal vegetable for warm spring days.
Salmon with dill. Dill with salmon. Those two go together like vinegar and oil, sugar and spice, everything nice about a healthy, light summer dinner.
Anyone can put out chips and dip, but if you're planning on hosting a Super Bowl party, now's the time to think a little bigger. Throw on your apron: We've got the recipes to put together the ultimate Super Bowl spread. What's on the menu?
Mexican chorizo is a meal staple south of the border, from breakfast through dinner. And there's a good reason why: This delicious, spicy sausage tastes just as good alongside eggs as it does in fajitas or in the popular Mexican dip known as queso fundido. While chorizo is popular in Spain, Portugal, and throughout South America, Mexican chorizo has certain distinct characteristics and a flavor that set it apart.
Thank goodness no one from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and its obesity-watchdog team was at our Super Bowl party. See, the group thinks cheese is one big ol' gooey (might we add delicious?) reason Americans are getting so fat, NPR reports.
Artichokes have been known to intimidate even adventurous eaters from penetrating their tough, spiky exterior. Yet, like all the best classic tough guys (Humphrey Bogart, say, or Edward G. Robinson) that bravado proves to be all show--they have hearts of gold.