Escalate your at-home dining experience and feel a little coastal with Supper Club Crusted Tilapia. Flaky tilapia is coated in tropical shredded coconut, nutty chopped pecans, and spicy red pepper flakes for a small kick of liveliness. Supper Club Crusted Tilapia can be whipped up in less than 30 minutes, so no fancy plans or uncomfortable clothes are required to enjoy it! Just some eager taste buds and good feelings!
A classic of Southern cooking comes to your kitchen! Southern Shrimp n' Grits serves up creamy, rich, and cheesy grits infused with seafood flavor. Sweet shrimp coated in a savory, aromatic, and spicy mix of herbs and sauces tantalizingly invite you to sit down and enjoy this to the fullest. Since you can plate Southern Shrimp n' Grits in just 35 minutes, you can find the time to make it no matter how hectic your schedule; it's the welcome moment of relaxation you need when things get busy!
The colorful flavors of Firecracker Shrimp are just as appealing to the taste buds as they are to the eyes. Deep orange sauce, filled with festive fruit flavor and sparkling with red pepper flakes, crackles with excitement on the skewers and on your plate. The shrimp itself is pink, sweet, and salty, making a delicious contrast of tastes. Firecracker Shrimp is incredibly easy and speedy to make and will make a wonderful addition to any cookout or summer dinner that could use a little flare!
A classic part of Lowcountry cuisine, the Carolina Shrimp Boil is almost like seafood soup without the soup. Bright and sweet corn, fluffy potatoes, and tender, savory shrimp are all braised in a broth seasoned with Old Bay spices. Every bite is infused with Southern heat and smokiness, with even more Old Bay seasoning to amplify it all to your tastebuds' delight! Often served atop butcher's paper to encourage everyone at the table to grab what they want, the Carolina Shrimp Boil is as socially fun as it is scrumptious!
Pairing up walnuts and shrimp may not seem to make sense... unless you've already tried Sweet Walnut Shrimp. Because if you've tried it, you’ll know the seafood sweetness and crispness of the fried shrimp are only further highlighted by the crunchy candied walnuts. And no one who's tried Sweet Walnut Shrimp will deny that the creamy honey mayo sauce isn't unbelievable. Sweet Walnut Shrimp must be tasted to be believed, but once you do, you'll be sharing it with everyone!
Aloha from your new favorite seafood dish! Hawaiian Shrimp takes sweet and savory shrimp and coats them in smoky paprika and a refreshingly spicy cayenne pepper, before pan-frying them to golden-brown, crispy morsels! But the true indulgence comes from the rich garlic butter sauce generously poured over the shrimp and fluffy white rice: if that doesn't get you in the tropical spirit, nothing will! Hawaiian Shrimp is ready in a flash and is the best way to experience an island getaway from the comfort of your dining room!
Shrimp Enchiladas are no shrimp when it comes to flavor: they're big and bold in shrimp flavor! Each enchilada is stuffed with spicy jalapeño, savory onion, and bright bell peppers in addition to the seafood-sweet shrimp. Coated with a buttery, rich, and creamy sauce, Shrimp Enchiladas has everything you're looking for in a Tex-Mex meal. A seafood supper like this deserves to be on your table!
The birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, and the aromas of Springtime Tilapia are in the air! The flaky, heart-healthy fish is coated with savory bread crumbs, earthy olive oil, pickle-y dill, and tangy lemon juice–can't you just smell it?! Springtime Tilapia is ready in under 20 minutes, so you can quickly dig in and enjoy every moment of the season with a satisfied belly!
There are few ways to pass a good time, as they say in New Orleans, more fun than serving up a Bayou Skillet. This seafood wonder, filled with plenty of sweet shrimp and crabmeat, is sure to warm both your heart and your tastebuds with its dazzling heat! Creamy, cheesy, and topped with a buttery cracker crust, the Bayou Skillet doesn't just let the good times roll: they get the good times rolling!
Shrimp Saganaki is an absolute favorite in its native Greece, and you can taste the reason why! It's similar to shakshuka as it's a bright yet mellow tomato sauce infused with red pepper spice and fragrant shallots and garlic. The shrimp is savory and sweet, cooked to a juicy pink and sprinkled with sharp, creamy feta cheese. Shrimp Saganaki can be a meal on its own, or it could be a tantalizing appetizer for a seafood dinner. In either case, you may want some crusty bread on hand to mop up all of that amazing sauce.