If you like spicy seafood, add Cajun shrimp to your cooking repertoire. These easy recipes, including zesty seasoning, bring zing to both classic and modern Cajun shrimp.See Popular Cajun Shrimp Recipes
Eco-minded chefs are cooking with wild American shrimp, but not just for ethical reasons. As Tory McPhail of Commander's Palace in New Orleans says, "They taste cleaner and crisper, since they swim in the tides."
Here's something different to make for dinner...served over prepared cornbread or biscuits, this quick-cooking shrimp dish features a creamy Cajun-seasoned sauce that's bursting with great flavor.
For a meal that's flavored in the style of Louisiana cooking, serve this jambalaya-style main dish recipe with cornbread sticks.
Marinate shrimp in oil and Cajun seasoning, then drizzle warm marmalade sauce over the shrimp before serving for a fabulous main dish.
Jambalaya (jam-ba-LIE-ya) is a hearty Cajun rice dish that may include a variety of meats and fish. For this one, choose either crawfish or shrimp.
Put everything but the shrimp into your slow cooker and let it go for the day. At dinner, add the shrimp, let it heat, then eat!
Seasoned shrimp, asparagus, and sweet peppers are served over grits to make a filling and flavorful low-calorie, low-fat seafood dinner.
Shrimp and sausage team up in this Cajun-style stew. The best part? Dinner is ready in just 30 minutes.
Using smoked turkey sausage adds flavor to this Louisiana-style 30-minute dinner while keeping the calories and fat low.
Stir up our homemade Cajun seasoning if you can't find salt-free seasoning mix for the shrimp. The salsa recipe uses edamame (soybeans) which are high in fiber.