Garlic mushroom shrimp Recipe

Garlic mushroom shrimp

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Ingredients

  • 35/45 Shrimp per pound
  • 3 Big spoons of butter/margarine
  • 1 Whole garlic, chopped finely
  • 2 Table spoon paprika
  • 1 Onion, sliced
  • 10 Button mushrooms
  • Salt/pepper

How to make Garlic mushroom shrimp


LETS GET IT STARTED

PREP

Wash shrimp, leave tail on or off. Sprinkle some salt and let sit until ready to use.

Chop all garlic finely or in chunks. However you like your garlic. I like a bit of both worlds.

Cut onion down the middle and slice both halves.

Have a nice, big pot ready and add a little bit of butter to it. Once melted, add the garlic and then after one minute, add the onions. Let both mingle for 2 minutes on medium heat.

Once mingled, add shrimp and let the garlic, onions and shrimp have some fun. While they are having fun, add the paprika, salt and pepper.

Let this sit for 4 minutes and let them mingle some more, and add all the butter. Let melt and serve HOT!

  • Briga
    Briga says

    Nice recipe, like the style also. But where do the mushroom fill in the picture?

  • rickm1
    rickm1 says

    Thanks for the comment. Mushrooms are in the bowl, but they must be hard to see. I cut the mushrooms into four and this was the only picture I had. Cheers!

  • Mariska
    Mariska says

    i am kinda like you, i don't follow recipe word by word, just get the idea of if, and make it as i like, i love cooking, because it's fun

  • Mariska
    Mariska says

    is there any seasoning because i see the sauce turn brown but i didn't see any other sauce, i wonder, maybe i just have to try it

  • rickm1
    rickm1 says

    Yea cooking is just too fun. I am actually going to be posting some videos very soon as well. I don't think I can post them up here, but I know of a site where you can. I will let you know soon. There is no seasoning. Just the great taste of garlic. I think that bowl was a bit brown. When you do make it, and if you have dried oregano or basil...put a tablespoon in it...it will taste much better. Cheers

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