Cooked in the skillet or on the grill, garlic shrimp makes a great party appetizer. These easy recipes call for plenty of garlic, butter, and oil, to make the kind of garlic shrimp that will have guests clamoring for more.See Popular Garlic Shrimp Recipes
This shrimp appetizer has a traditional sauce of garlic, shallots, white wine, and lemon juice.
Spicy shrimp, tempered by a flame-taming cilantro dip, makes a great grilled dish for summer parties.
Use a parchment packet to keep the vegetables brightly-colored and crunchy and to corral all the tasty herb aromas.
This tart and tangy sauce is a twist on a classic Bloody Mary cocktail. Rim your serving dish with celery salt before serving, if you like.
Served on a bed of peppery greens, this simple six-ingredient appetizer makes an impressive presentation.
Fresh fruit and shrimp add a burst of freshness to your appetizer buffet. The lime-and-cilantro marinade gives the seafood a flavorful punch.
It takes just 5 minutes to grill up these Garlic Shrimp! Scoop a few on top of our easy pea pilaf for a no-sweat dinner.
A twist on shrimp cocktail that makes the perfect party starter. To eat, guests dip each shrimp in the spicy mayo and then in the breadcrumbs.
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).
Marinating precooked shrimp in garlic- and lemon-infused oil is a simple yet elegant appetizer.
Yellow tomatoes have a lower acidity than their red cousins and several varieties are among the earliest in the season to ripen. Here they combine with cool cucumber and yellow bell peppers in a refreshing salsa. Grilled shrimp make this dish a more full-flavored and elegant version of shrimp cocktail.
This shrimp scampi recipe calls for flavor filled with butter, lemon, olive oil, garlic and more. This dish looks impressive and is very easy to make.
Buttery, garlicky shrimp with a hint of white wine--shrimp scampi brings the flavors of Venice straight to your dinner table. Your favorite little red-checked-tablecloth Italian restaurant probably makes a version to die for, but once you've tried this simple Shrimp Scampi recipe, you may hold off on the takeout and make it at home from now on. Simply saute garlic in butter for a minute, add your shrimp and cook for just a minute on each side.
Shrimp is one of those ingredients that most of us never tire of--its subtle sweetness and fresh, briny flavor pair well with a wide range of flavor combinations, which makes it easy to create a diverse playbook of recipes. We've rounded up ten of our favorite shrimp recipes, all of them designed to deliver maximum shrimp flavor. From rich, buttery, garlicky shrimp scampi to Cajun shrimp with a kick, these recipes are all about bringing out the best in shrimp.