Recipe by Stefanie
"Here is an easy recipe for that New Orleans favorite: shrimp in a spicy red gravy. If you already have stock on hand, its a very quick, easy meal with a huge 'wow' factor."
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medium shrimp - peeled, deveined and shells reserved
carrot, finely chopped
chopped green bell pepper
salt to taste
1 1/2 teaspoons
freshly ground black pepper
hot pepper sauce (e.g. Tabasco™), or to taste
canned tomato sauce
chopped green onion
Fantastic dish! It's very spicy, which my family loves, but others should beware.
I used canned chicken stock instead of making the shrimp stock and I still thought it was excellent (and much faster!).
I am sorry...but for the amount of work it took ( roughly 2 hrs ) to make it, somehow, something was lacking. I cannot explain what exactly is lacking....but there is an underlying ` blandness ` to the whole recipe, despite the amount of spices and salt I put into it. I am knowledgeable of other types of cuisines, that usually use a lot of spices with their food, to create the flavour...such as Indian and Latin American ethnic dishes. I will try the recipe again and possibly re-rate the recipe, but this time, maybe I will use a richer tomato sauce and add something else to the shrimp stock to give it that boost.
Good stuff!! I only had 2 lbs of tiger shrimp on hand, so sub'd 1 lb of chicken breast (cubed), adding it halfway thru the 1-hour covered simmer. Can't buy good tomatoes now, so used 2 cans (15oz) Diced Tomatoes in Sauce and 1 can (15oz) Tomato Sauce. Used 1-1/2 tsp salt. I know how much fire is in 1 tsp of cayenne, so to please the family I cut cayenne down to 1/4 tsp, Tabasco to 1/2 tsp. Still had a good ZING! Served with rice. Leftovers were even better the next day. Thanks for a great recipe, Stefanie!
VERY GOOD! I DID OF COURSE, MAKE A FEW MINOR ADJUSTMENTS. INSTEAD OF TOMATO SAUCE AND 4 TOMATOES, I USED 1 LARGE CAN OF DICED TOMATOES AND 1 6OZ CAN OF TOMATOE PASTE. ALSO, WHEN SAUTEEING THE ONIONS, GARLIC, CELERY ETC, I ADDED A CUT OKRA. LASTLY I ADDED SAUSAGE TO HAVE A MORE MEAT VARIETY. OVERALL A GREAT RECIPE. WILL MAKE AGAIN AND AGAIN, I'M SURE! THANKS FOR THE RECIPE!!!
I was surprised how wonderful this recipe turned out. I used the creole seasoning recipe from this site (3 tbl) instead of the spices listed. Also, if you do not chop up the veggies for the stock...much easier. Unfortunately, I shared some with my friends and am having to make a HUGE pot for our monthly dinner. Thanks Stefanie this recipe ROCKS!
I thought my mom took her creole recipe to the grave, but this is near perfect to hers..thanks so much for sharing!
This had great flavor and was easier than I ever imagined. I added 2 teaspoons salt and 2 teaspoons Tabasco. Also, I messed up and added the green onions in with the other onions, but it was good. I used a vegetarian bouillon cube instead of making the shrimp stock. I would make again! We're thinking of serving this over linguine, orzo or risotto next time instead of rice.
*I did not use bacon fat. I substituted olive oil. We used the leftover over linguine and baked it with feta cheese and mozzarella. Yum!
Very tasty. I cut the recipe in half and found that the servings are extremely generous (it was more like 4 or 5 servings rather than 3). Added a bit of hot Italian sausage about 1 minute after the onion/celery/etc. Like others, I used a can of diced tomatoes rather than fresh. I found that I had to let it simmer uncovered for ~15mins to get it to reduce to a good consistency but that is likely because I didn't drain the canned tomatoes.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Shrimp Creole IV
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 428
** Calories from Fat: 160
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