Becks Creole Shrimp

This is a fun and easy recipe that you can make for family or guests using our new Devil Dust and Angel Dust spices. I made it the other day and it was delicious!

Beck’s Creole Shrimp

(Serves 4)

Ingredients:

  1. 3 TBL olive oil (divided into two equal portions)
  2. 16 jumbo shrimp( 16-20 size)
  3. 1.25 TBL Beck’s Angel Dust
  4. 1.25 TBL Beck’s Devil Dust
  5. 1 shrimp bouillon( Knorr does a expectable product)
  6. ¾ cup white wine ( chardonnay or pinot grisio)
  7. 2 cups diced tomato
  8. 4 oz celery, small diced
  9. 4 oz green bell pepper, small diced
  10. 4 oz onion, small  diced
  11. 4 ea garlic cloves, sliced
  12. 2tbl butter, unsalted
  13. ½ cup water
  14. 4 scallions, sliced on a bias (will use as garnish)
  15. 4 cups white or brown rice cooked

Preparation:

1.       Wash and dry shrimp

2.       Toss with olive oil and Beck’s Angel Dust and Beck’s Devil Dust

3.       Add to preheated sauté pan and sauté until halfway cooked (will be pink-white with plenty of “give” to the flesh)

4.       Remove the shrimp and set aside while we stager cook the rest of the ingredients

5.       Add celery, pepper, and onion, sauté till lightly caramelized (about 2-3 minutes)

6.       Now add the garlic, cook till lightly browned about 30 seconds.

7.       Deglaze the pan with the white wine, allow to flame up, and add bouillon cube.

8.       Add the diced tomatoes and water, simmer for 2 minutes

9.       Add the shrimp back to the pan cook for I minute

10.   Cut butter into 4 equal pieces and add to the sauté pan, turn off the flame. Stir in the butter till fully incorporated into the dish.

11.   Divide Creole shrimp into 4 equal portions in wide shallow bowls, pull the 4 shrimp per bowl to the outer edge of the bowl to allow room to put a nice round hot steaming scoop of rice in the center of the bowl and garnish with fresh scallion.

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One Response to “Becks Creole Shrimp”

  1. I found something new at Beck’s… « Beck's Cajun Cafe Blog Says:

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