Splurge on shrimp salad for picnics or dinner for two. From pasta shrimp salad and simple grilled shrimp to shrimp avocado salad, these easy recipes are no-muss, no-fuss.
Watercress has a peppery bite that provides contrast to mild-mannered asparagus in this simple main-dish salad.
This low-calorie warm shrimp salad recipe is quick and easy. The shrimp is baked in orange sauce infused with fragrant oregano and chipotle peppers, then served on a bed of mixed greens.
Traditional Japanese cooks serve sunomono (SOO-noh-moh-noh), a side dish of vegetables, seafood, or poultry tossed in dressings of vinegar, sugar, and seasonings for lunch or dinner.
When you're more in the mood for surf than turf, the only thing standing between you and a delicious seafood dish is knowing how to boil shrimp. Boiling is a popular method for cooking shrimp because it's quick (just a few minutes), no-fuss, no-fat, and produces a firm-but-tender texture.
This high-fiber tropical fruit, millet grain, and shrimp salad makes enough for a large group. Make it to share at a potluck or cookout.
Turmeric, although unrelated to saffron, provides a similar intense golden color for a fraction of the cost, in this easy, make-ahead salad.
An array of shrimp, avocado, and mango make a colorful display atop a bed of lettuce. Drizzle with the zesty lemon grass dressing just before serving.
This nutritious shrimp salad features chicory -- a curly salad green that's high in lutein and zeaxanthin, which are nutrients that keep eyes healthy.
With lightly smoked shrimp and plump raspberries, this refreshing salad makes the table pretty in pink! Simply add crusty rolls and a luscious chocolate dessert for alfresco dining.
Anchovies are small saltwater fish noted for their intense flavor. Most folks either love them or hate them. It's your choice--but a Greek cook most likely would add them.
A whirled-together, fat-free basil-and-chive sour cream sauce makes a soothing counterpoint for the low-calorie cayenne- and orange-brushed shrimp in this grilled main dish recipe.
Shrimp, blood oranges, and papaya in this salad recipe are a delicious tropical trio. The bonus? This dish is low in calories and fat.
Serve this low-fat shrimp and potato salad as a refreshing summer lunch or light dinner. For an attractive presentation, leave the tails on the shrimp.
Cool and refreshing, serve this upscale salad to summertime company.