10 Best One-Pot Shrimp Dinners
These top-rated shrimp recipes require just one pot. Dinner's on the table fast and clean up is a snap.
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"This shrimp soup comes together quickly and will warm your insides with spicy red pepper, diced tomatoes, and zucchini noodles," says bd.weld. "Top with your favorite taco toppings, like prepared tortilla strips, freshly chopped cilantro, lime wedges, diced avocado, sour cream, and crushed red pepper for additional heat."
"Glutinous rice (aka sticky rice) is slowly cooked on the stove, similar to the way risotto is cooked," says hello angie. "This flavorful dish is worth the effort."
"This easy jambalaya is made all in one pot -- your Instant Pot!" says fabeveryday. "Heat lovers can double the hot pepper sauce to give it an extra kick. Serve over white rice."
"A quick and easy shrimp stir-fry full of flavor," says ZachZ. "I use Costco® frozen stir-fry veggies and add cilantro. Serve either by itself or over rice."
Savory shrimp and fresh baby spinach are quickly fried with garlic powder and black pepper. Dinner's ready in about 20 minutes.
"This popular Thai noodle dish has a delicate balance of spicy, sweet, salty, and sour flavors," says Bud W. "Based on a traditional Bangkok-style version of the dish, it is not swimming in sauce like many Western versions found in restaurants. The dish is full of flavor with a light coating of delicious sauce in every bite. Serve with lime wedges, fish sauce, sugar, white pepper or pepper flakes, and vinegar on the table so guests can individually adjust tastes." If you cannot find tamarind paste, use 2 tablespoons of white vinegar instead.
"Marrying mango and basil was the goal of this dish," says Cooking Daddy. "I think you'll enjoy how every ingredient keeps its own distinct flavor, and yet this is a nice blend of the flavors together. You can also enjoy this dish on top of a bed of rice or pasta, rather than mixed in."
Low-carb zucchini pasta is tossed with crunchy summer garden vegetables and shrimp in a Thai-style broth. "This is easily one of my favorite low-carb dishes," says Mija Ryer. "Total prep and cooking time is less than 40 minutes."
Here's a hearty Filipino dish made with pork ribs, shrimp, taro, and bok choy in a broth balanced by tangy lemon juice. "Sinigang is one of my favorite Filipino dishes," says Heidi. "It's an absolute comfort food with a sour taste from lemon. Serve with rice."
This ginger-infused shrimp curry is on the table in less than 30 minutes."One skillet, and it's dinner!" says Martorella.
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