Late summer through mid-autumn is (in my opinion) when spaghetti squash is at their finest. If you’ve never cooked spaghetti squash before because you find them intimidating and a little daunting, I hope I can take away some of those fears for you today with this delicious and easy recipe for Roasted Spaghetti Squash Shrimp Scampi.
When I learned that this weeks #SundaySupper theme is orzo pasta, I jumped at the opportunity to develop this light and refreshing new dish.
Orzo is probably one of my favorite kinds of pasta. The shape is so tiny and compact that it works well as a filling for a stuffed dish like this Elegant Orzo, Shrimp & Vegetable Salad Stuffed Avocado.
This is a meal that comes together quickly and finishes on the stovetop. Since I used long grain brown rice to make this Sausage & Shrimp Jambalaya Kudos Kitchen Style, the cooking time is longer than using an instant brown rice. However, either will work. It only depends on how much time you have. But don’t worry, I’ll give you directions for both.
For the recipe I’m sharing today, I’ve made a homemade cocktail sauce. However, please feel free to use your favorite variety of store-bought cocktail sauce if that is your preference.
Having said that, there are only three ingredients in my homemade cocktail sauce; ketchup, horseradish (add as much or as little as you like), and smoked paprika. Save money and make your own at home. You’ll be glad you did!
To get even cooking for this sheet pan lemon garlic shrimp meal, you’ll have to flip and stir the contents at least once during the roasting period and make sure that all the ingredients are in an even layer when you return them to the heat. You’ll also need to make sure to cut the potatoes into small size chunks, so they’ll cook at the same rate as the shrimp. Then, as soon as the potatoes are fork tender and the shrimp are pink and opaque, dinner is ready.
Not long ago I went out to dinner with some girlfriends, and we ate avocado rolls as our appetizer. They were absolutely delicious, but they also looked far too delicate and intricate for anything I could (or would) possibly attempt making in my own kitchen. Not so, and I’m here to show you how.
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