This classic recipe makes a simple garlic, white wine and butter sauce that goes well with a pile of pasta or with a hunk of crusty bread. However you make the dish, once the shrimp are added to the pan, the trick is to cook them just long enough that they turn pink all over, but not until their bodies curl into rounds with the texture of tires. (Photo: Craig Lee for The New York Times)
Garlicky Baked Shrimp|This easy-to-throw-together dish has an irresistible crunchy topping of panko bread crumbs, butter, and parsley. Tip: Because shrimp are typically shipped frozen, then defrosted before they hit the seafood case, save money and be better assured of freshness by purchasing bagged frozen shrimp. -- These were easy and yummy. Not too bad for weight watchers points also.