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I used quick cooking grits cooked following direction on package then added butter 1/4 cup romano cheese 2 tsp lemon juice salt & pepper. Next time more lemon in the grits. Omitted the cayenne from the shrimp. Still delicious!
I had no idea such an easy recipe could make such great shrimp & grits! I always thought a lot of cream had to be involved in order to make this dish tasty. This will be my new go-to recipe. I didn't have fresh parsley so I used dry and it still came out great.
Dee-lish! I also used the quick-cooking grits my weekly mainstay and added the butter salt and pepper as directed. Just as excellent. I would make sure to finely mince the garlic so not to disturb the texture. Everything else perfect as directed. Will make many times again! Thanks!
I sweated a bunch chopped green onions in butter added 1 minced garlic juice of two lemons 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes used 2pounds shrimp 8 oz grueyre and a cup cheddar. Served topped with crumbled bacon and green onion.