If you’re looking for some simple frozen shrimp recipes, look no further!
From pasta to salad to tacos, shrimp can be used in so many ways. It’s extremely versatile. One of the best things about shrimp is that it’s so easy to cook.
These 14 frozen shrimp recipes are quick enough for weeknight meals or fancy enough for a dinner party.
Versatile and buttery, this easy shrimp scampi recipe can be served over pasta or paired with your favorite bread.
It’s no joke when I say this dish is ready in minutes. Everything can be put together in the time it takes to boil your pasta!
The red pepper flakes add a touch of heat to this rich sauce but can be left out if you’re sensitive to spice.
Add in some veggies or toss up a salad and this meal is complete!
While this Asian shrimp salad is light, it’s definitely not lacking in flavor! This easy meal combines traditional Asian flavors like ginger, soy sauce, and garlic.
If you like it sweeter, add more brown sugar. If you prefer your food salty, add more soy sauce. Cater to your taste buds by customizing it however you want!
Another thing I love is that the entire meal can be prepared and cooked in under 30 minutes.
Tacos — need I say more? Perfect for a weeknight meal, these grilled shrimp tacos are bursting with flavor.
Smoky grilled shrimp, crunchy Mexican slaw, and creamy spicy mayo elevate these tacos to a whole new level.
While the tacos are enough on their own, can you imagine all the side dishes you can add? Bean dip, Mexican corn, or grilled pineapple are just a few ideas!
You’ll never want takeout again after you try this effortless cauliflower fried rice.
It’s Paleo-friendly and a great way to pack in vegetables like peas and carrots without sacrificing on taste.
And if you don’t feel like cooking up fresh cauliflower rice, pick up some frozen riced cauliflower to make this meal even easier!
5. Cajun Shrimp
This 15-minute hot honey butter shrimp recipe is both easy and mouthwatering. The key to this recipe is to be generous with the spices!
The cajun seasoning, honey, and lemon will combine to give you finger-licking good shrimp. You can even add in some peppers or spinach if you want some vegetables.
Sides are completely up to you, but creamy polenta or steamed rice would pair nicely with these flavorful shrimp.
If you’re looking to cook a healthy dish that still packs a bunch of flavor, this pineapple shrimp fried rice is for you!
It’s both sweet and savory with the jalapenos adding a touch of spice.
To kick the presentation up a notch, serve it in a hollowed out pineapple! I don’t think I’ve seen a prettier dish!
I can already feel this soup warming me up! Brazilian shrimp soup is similar to tomato soup, with the addition of coconut milk, rice, and shrimp.
From stovetop to table, this creamy soup is ready in just 30 minutes.
You’ll absolutely want to wipe your bowl clean, so make sure to pick up some crusty bread!
This garlic shrimp linguine is a perfect dish for pasta lovers. It’s a quick meal to throw together and only needs a few ingredients.
Garlic is definitely the star of this dish, but the freshly grated parmesan cheese at the end ties the whole meal together beautifully.
Add a soup and salad if you’re making this pasta dish for dinner, or keep it as is for an easy lunch.
Complete in just 20 minutes, broccoli shrimp stir-fry is the perfect meal for those busy nights.
What’s great about stir-fry recipes is that they’re incredibly versatile and can be made with anything!
Don’t like broccoli? You can substitute your favorite veggies like bell peppers, carrots, sugar snap peas, or mushrooms.
The sauce has quite a few ingredients, but don’t let that scare you. It’s super easy and quick to throw together.
Get ready to spice up your life with this coconut shrimp curry. Is anyone else obsessed with the gorgeous color this curry gets from the addition of turmeric?
Other spices in this dish are curry powder, ginger, garlic, and ground coriander.
Dinner will be ready in under 30 minutes, so you can make this even when you’re short on time. Eat it by itself or serve it over white rice.
Looking to change up your meal for Mexican night? Shrimp tostadas are just the thing you need.
Cooking your shrimp on the grill adds that delicious smoky flavor and will pair perfectly with fresh guacamole.
These are so quick and easy to make that you might want to invite friends over. Or you can eat them all by yourself!
Maybe it’s just me, but colorful salads always seem to taste better.
This citrus shrimp salad gets its vibrant colors from oranges, blood oranges, grapefruit, and avocado. Add your grilled or sauteed shrimp on top.
Make a homemade vinaigrette by mixing the extra citrus juice with olive oil, honey, and champagne vinegar.
You’re just minutes away from a light and tangy salad.
Frozen shrimp is so easy to make and is really useful on those nights you’re cooking for yourself. Take out as little or as much shrimp as you need.
Boil, bake, or saute the shrimp. It doesn’t get any easier!
If you’re looking to round out the meal with some sides, you can make a surf and turf, corn on the cob, or even some french fries!
14. Garlic Shrimp
Only have 10 minutes to make dinner? This quick and easy garlic shrimp recipe will have you eating in no time.
After sauteing the shrimp with butter and garlic, add salt, lemon juice, and cayenne pepper. And that’s it!
Then you’ll just have to decide whether to serve it with pasta or bread.
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