Shrimp is the most popular seafood options in America for many reasons – it’s versatile, easy to cook, tasty, and a good source of lean protein. In fact, in 3 ounces of shrimp you can find 20 grams of protein. Shrimp is also packed with vitamin B12, choline, and selenium, which helps support heart health, boost immunity and flight inflammation.
Shrimp is a super genius way to a fast and healthy dinner! If you’re looking to eat a quick and healthy dinner, shrimp is where it’s at! It cooks up in under 5 minutes and it’s also juicy, flavorful, and seriously satisfying.
We’ve gathered some of our dietitian friends to bring you 20 shrimp recipes to celebrate Seafood Month!
Grab a bag of frozen shrimp and have these shrimp tacos on your table in 30 minutes or less! Topped with a tangy cabbage slaw and seasoned with just the right amount of heat, these easy shrimp tacos are sure to become a weeknight favorite.
This Shrimp Scampi with Baby Greens and Sorghum recipe is inspired by all the classic flavors of shrimp scampi, but is a dairy-free, gluten-free, lightened-up, modified version that includes vitamin-rich veggies and whole grain sorghum to make it a more balanced meal.
A classic ceviche recipe. Learn how to make shrimp ceviche that’s cooked with lime and lemon juice & is ready start to finish in just 45 minutes.
In this shrimp scampi pasta, shrimp and linguine are swimming in a flavorful Alfredo sauce. The Alfredo sauce really sets this simple shrimp scampi apart from the rest!.
For a fast weeknight meal that uses only 4 ingredients, Shrimp & Pesto Pasta is a definite go-to. It uses prepared pesto and refrigerated pasta to cut down on prep time so you can get your meal on the table fast with minimal cleanup.
Shrimp, veggies and a homemade Wild Blueberry barbecue sauce. Doesn’t get much simpler than that. This Wild Blueberry BBQ sauce is going to elevate any kabob you fire up on the grill. It’s got heat, acidity, smokiness, and a subtle sweetness from the Wild Blueberries. Yum!
This Sorghum Shrimp Jambalaya is hearty, incredibly flavorful, and filled with nutrient-dense ingredients.
Healthy shrimp and grits! Indeed, this Southern comfort food doesn’t have to be laden with extra calories, sodium and saturated fat. And the taste is still amazing!
If you’re a fan of the East Coast classic, the lobster roll, these shrimp rolls will be right up your alley, with greater convenience and a more affordable price tag. Chives, tarragon, and sriracha flavor the filling. Fresh fennel and celery add crunch.
Crispy shrimp coated in a sassy firecracker sauce stuffed in lettuce cups with coconut rice and topped with green onion and lime.
11. SLOW COOKER SQUASH, APPLE AND SHRIMP SOUP by Jodi Robinson
This warm and mildly spicy soup is creamy and comforting, making it the perfect meal for keeping warm as the weather changes. Pictured here with toasted naan bread and a dollop of plain Greek yogurt for some added protein.
This dish can stand alone, but is also tasty along with a fresh salad, or accompanied by taco fixings such as corn tortillas, salsa, and Cotija cheese. For heartier appetites, consider upping the shrimp to 1 1/4 pounds or more.
This chipotle grilled romaine salad with shrimp is the perfect salad! All of the ingredients nestle into grooves of the grilled romaine, which makes each bite bursting with flavor.
This Thai Peanut Sauce is satisfying, easy to make and a perfect meal to add to your weekly menu planning!
These Spicy Grilled Shrimp Kebobs are a simple, healthy addition to any meal. Simple ingredients and quick grilling make them perfect for weeknight or weekend cooking.
Succulent shrimp, crunchy veggies, doused in a delicious sweet & spicy sauce! This recipe will have dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes!
Whether you’re camping or need a really easy dinner that requires zero clean-up, these super simple cajun shrimp & vegetable tin foil packets are perfect.
A lightened-up recipe for coconut shrimp, these baked coconut shrimp cups are an easy and delicious appetizer for your next seafood party or gathering.
This Baja Shrimp Bowl recipe with quinoa and black beans is a simple, flavorful option for a quick weeknight dinner or advanced meal prep.
Sumac is a citrusy, ground spice that brings a pleasantly tart hit to this shrimp bowl. All components of this meal come together while the millet cooks, which means you’re 20 minutes away from a delicious weeknight dinner!