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Island Shrimp and Rice

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"This is not the usual shrimp and rice dish. It is simply delicious..."
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Ingredients

55 m servings 333 cals
Original recipe yields 8 servings

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  1. Place bacon in a large, heavy pot over medium-high heat, and cook until evenly brown. Remove, and set aside. Drain drippings, reserving 3 tablespoons in the pot.
  2. Place onion in the pot with the bacon drippings, and cook 5 minutes over medium heat, stirring constantly, until tender. Mix in the rice, 2 1/4 cups broth, tomatoes with juice, lemon juice, and Worcestershire sauce. Season with salt, nutmeg, cayenne pepper, and black pepper. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to low, cover, and simmer 20 minutes.
  3. Stir the cooked bacon, remaining 1 cup broth, and shrimp into the pot. Continue cooking 10 minutes, uncovered, over low heat. Sprinkle with parsley to serve.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 333 calories; 10.4 g fat; 31.9 g carbohydrates; 25.2 g protein; 188 mg cholesterol; 807 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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I made this recipe with a few changes. I added Rotel tomatoes instead of regular canned tomatoes. I also added oregano, garlic, and bay leaves. It was delicious. Thanks for sharing this good re...

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Now, it can be a bit spicy, so I usually start with half of the cayenne called for and go from there. I also use an extra half pound of shrimp.

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I made this recipe with a few changes. I added Rotel tomatoes instead of regular canned tomatoes. I also added oregano, garlic, and bay leaves. It was delicious. Thanks for sharing this good re...

This is a delightful recipe that I will certainly make again. At first I didn’t understand the use of the bacon but, as you enjoy the meal, your palette surely will! I recommend making it “as is...

Did this recipe like written except my sis can't stand heat so i omitted the cayene and added tsp minced garlic. Also, Since I had shrimp shells, I cooked them to make a shrimp broth, I substitu...

I make a lot of recipes from AR. Every few months or so I come across a recipe that really wows me and goes into my list of favorites. This is one of those recipes! The sauce is so amazing. Perf...

This recipe was excellent. Great Flavor. I did however make a few adjustments only because I didn't have the exact ingridients on hand. I used Rice-a-Roni Long Grain Wild Rice with 1/2 cup of br...

DELICIOUS!!!!!!!!!!! dad compared it with a jumbalaya, but, waaaay different. Just enough spice. We added a mango to it, so it was even better! I felt it was missing something though...

Very good and very easy to make. I cut down on the nutmeg just a tad and doubled the cayenne (we like it spicy) and it was perfect. Also, my rice had absorbed all of the liquid and had begun t...

This was so tasty! My only problem with the recipe is that the rice overcooked. Most white rice is done at 20 minutes. Here are some changes I had to make due to what I had. No broth, just w...

Now, it can be a bit spicy, so I usually start with half of the cayenne called for and go from there. I also use an extra half pound of shrimp.