New Orleans BBQ Shrimp: 2T butter, 3 chopped garlic cloves, your fav hot sauce to taste, 1/4c Worcestershire sauce, 1/3c beer, wine or broth, 2T lemon juice (1/2 lemon), 2t creole seasoning, 1/2t ground black pepper, 1# peeled deveined shrimp, crusty French bread. Simmer 5 min. Add shrimp - cook 2-3 min. Reduce heat to med-lo, Add 2T 1/2" pieces chilled butter until it melts. Add salt to taste.
Succulent juicy shrimp, cooked with traditional creole flavours and luscious creamy cheese and cream. This Hot Louisiana Shrimp Dip is delicious and super simple to make. Perfect for Mardi Gras. From https://www.sprinklesandsprouts.com.au
These beautifully seasoned crispy shrimp are very versatile. Have them with oven baked wedge fries for dinner, dipped in garlic butter for party finger food, or piled high in a classic New Orleans Po' Boy Sandwich. Super fast and super easy, you'll make them over and over again!
This traditional New Orleans recipe was handed down by my mother. Made from scratch, the simplicity is what makes it delicious and a favorite in homes and restaurants. Just remember to always used Louisiana crawfish tails, NEVER Chinese crawfish! Many people think that New Orleans food is spicy hot, but that's not true. Many tourist area restaurants over-spice their foods, thus giving Cajun food a wrong image. Real New Orleans cooks season their dishes with the Holy Trinity, (onion, celery…