Looking for a quick and easy meal that’s packed with flavor? Shrimp wraps might just be the answer.
These tasty treats are perfect for lunch or dinner. And you can customize them to suit your taste preferences.
Shrimp wraps feature tender and succulent shrimp. And most also contain crisp veggies and various spices and seasonings.
It’s easy to see why they’re a healthy and delicious way to satisfy your hunger.
So, are you looking for a low-carb option or a filling meal that won’t leave you feeling weighed down?
Check out these tasty shrimp recipes!
Blackened shrimp Caesar wraps are a delicious, nutritious meal. They’re perfect for either lunch or dinner.
The dish’s main component is grilled shrimp seasoned with a unique blend of herbs and spices.
Add some veggies and Caesar dressing, and wrap it all in your favorite tortilla wrap.
The result is hearty, spicy, and mega-flavorful.
The wraps taste so good, I know people who dislike shrimp and still love them. They’re also pretty convenient.
From start to finish, the recipe takes about 20 minutes to prepare.
Break it out on busy days when you want something healthy but don’t have much time to spare.
This recipe, too, is an excellent choice for those who love Cajun food.
In fact, these wraps taste a lot like the blackened Caesar ones, minus the Caesar.
If you’re a fan of spicy NOLA fare, you’ll appreciate either recipe.
Want a shrimp wrap that’s as low in carbs as it is in calories? Try these spicy shrimp taco lettuce wraps.
Each one is a tasty mix of well-seasoned shrimp, cilantro sauce, and avocado salsa.
The wraps have a real south-of-the-border flair and are a great choice for any diet.
Each wrap has less than 200 calories and only 4 net carbs per serving.
So it doesn’t matter if you’re on a carb or calorie-restricted diet. These wraps fit neatly into both categories.
And if you aren’t dieting, you’ll still love them. They certainly don’t taste like diet food.
You don’t need much for these simple 20-minute wraps, just tortillas, shrimp, mayo, Sriracha, avocados, and cabbage.
They aren’t as diet-friendly as the lettuce wraps above.
When it comes to taste, though, these will blow your mind.
Any Sriracha lover can tell you how much bold flavor that single ingredient adds.
Pair that with butterfly and popcorn shrimp and avocado, and yeah. It’s one meal you won’t want to miss.
Do you prefer your wraps and sandwiches to have a bit of crunch?
Give these fried shrimp wraps with coleslaw a try. The battered and fried shrimp is succulent with a crisp outer coating.
The coleslaw is cool and fresh with plenty of crunch of its own.
And I suggest bookmarking this recipe even if you aren’t interested in the wraps. Because that coleslaw recipe is one of the best.
You can enjoy it by itself, with fried fish or chicken, or on a BBQ sandwich. You’re welcome!
These sticky shrimp wraps are a little messy, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try them.
After all, they’re one of my favorite wraps on this list.
They have a sweet-n-savory Asian flavor that’s simply out of this world. It’s all about the sauce, really.
You combine chili sauce, brown sugar, honey, garlic, ginger, and soy sauce to make it.
Together, those ingredients make something magical.
Trust me, you won’t mind how messy the wraps are. That sauce truly is “finger-licking good.”
These wraps, too, are perfect for those who love Asian food.
They have a phenomenal sweet and tangy flavor. And the water chestnuts add some much-needed crunch.
They’re also carb and calorie-friendly, with only 118 calories and 9 net carbs per serving.
The complex depth of flavor is what really makes these great, though.
Besides sweet and tangy, you’ll also get a large dose of umami goodness.
(Not just from the shrimp but from the green onions, too.)
Here’s another Asian-inspired shrimp wrap with loads of flavor. The wraps themselves are relatively simple.
You season the shrimp with salt and pepper and bread them with flour.
Next, you fry them and add them and some chopped scallions to the lettuce leaf wraps.
The sauce is where most of the flavor comes in.
It’s a sweet-n-spicy Asian sauce with Sriracha, soy sauce, mayo, and sweet Thai chili sauce.
It’s hard to describe unless you’ve tried it, but I assure you, it’s delicious.
Want to know how to make spicy, Asian-inspired shrimp wraps sound even more appetizing?
Add plenty of juicy stir-fried (or grilled) pineapple chunks to them.
You’d be amazed how much flavor a few pineapple chunks can bring to a recipe.
Okay, so maybe my pineapple-on-pizza lovers won’t be amazed. They’ve been telling us that for years.
Seriously, though, pineapple tastes incredible alongside garlic, ginger, and roasted peanuts.
And let’s not forget the shrimp, of course! They’re just as succulent and scrumptious as everything else.
Lay these out for your next party or family gathering. They will absolutely fly off the appetizer table.
Just don’t expect to bring any leftovers home.
This final recipe is a bit different from all of the others on the list.
Technically, it’s still a shrimp wrap, but it looks and feels nothing like the others.
Instead of adding whole shrimp, you’ll whip up a cool and creamy shrimp salad. Then, you’ll add that to a thin and delicate egg wrap.
Try it out if you want a quick, easy, and refreshing lunch option.
It’s really great in the summer months, as it tastes so much better when the weather is warm.
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