Growing up in the Deep South, I enjoyed the many seafood dishes my father made including crawfish or seafood gumbo, shrimp stuffed bell peppers, squash and shrimp, and piles of boiled crab and shrimp. Another dish he made often, because it is quick and easy was his version of shrimp creole. This is a variation on that long ago meal.
Total Time: 20-25 minutes, not including peeling shrimp
Yield: 5-6 servings
Serve over rice.
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One of the very few dishes I've never even tried tasting before is Shrimp Creole. Well, a neighbor of mine brought some over yesterday afternoon. I liked it so much that I asked for his recipe and am sharing it here with you.
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