Pan Fried Shrimp | This Weeks Featured Recipe
If you know me, you know I’m a big fan of fried food. I know not the greatest thing to admit, but hey, at least I’m honest! these Pan Fried Shrimp are to die for! But if you are on the side of trying to avoid the fried foods, FEAR NOT because These are light enough for you not to feel weighed down after devouring them in one sitting (which is easy with how tasty they are). Add in a nice red shrimp sauce gives it just that extra little kick we all sometimes need when looking at our weeknight dinner plates. This recipe from Lord Byron’s Kitchen definitely will give you something different than your usual chicken or beef routine; plus, cooking goes by so quickly since there’s only a few simple ingredients. They are made from our wild-caught Patagonian red shrimp.
The best type of wine to pair with Pan Fried Shrimp is a light pinot grigio or sauvignon blanc. I prefer to pair my Pan Fried shrimp with a smooth, light white wine something heavy like red could ruin the experience. You can even make Pan Fried Shrimp with just white wine, just go for something crisp and refreshing!
Here is a list of our favorite Recipes:
– Shrimp “Amanda”
– Coconut Shrimp with Basil and Lime
– Grilled Shrimp Skewers With Spicy Pink Sauce
– Garlic and Cilantro Fried Shrimp Nachos and (Wings)
– Roasted shrimp with Lemon, Capers, Basil Vinaigrette
– Garlic And Herb Butter Shrimp
And one of our all-time favorite recipes that could be on the website soon is Parmesan Crusted Shrimp Pasta in White Wine Cream sauce.
For more recipes from Lord Byron’s Kitchen, click here.
Pan Fried Shrimp is a light seafood dish that will make you feel like your eating something other than chicken or beef. Pan fried shrimp are easy to prepare and can be made with just white wine, which makes them an excellent choice for those who don’t want to eat red meat but still crave the flavors of a well-seasoned dinner. Pan fried shrimp should always be served with fresh herbs such as parsley, basil and thyme so they have some color contrast on the plate. The best way to cook these tasty little morsels (besides frying) is in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 15 minutes until they get all crispy around the edges! If you’re looking for more great recipes try the Pan Seared Salmon recipe next.
If you’re not a vegetarian and looking for something to pair with this, go for an 8 to 12 Oz. steak- I prefer one with a nice flavor like the New York strip. If you’re looking for a vegetarian option that pairs great with this is broccoli and raw veggies. Enjoy!
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