One clear indicator of a fantastic meal: it demands you use a hunk of bread to mop up every last lick of sauce from your plate…and the skillet…and any precious drips that found their way to the table because each morsel is too delicious to be wasted. This Garlic Butter Shrimp is one of those fabulous recipes.
This recipe is sponsored by Land O’Lakes.
Juicy sautéed shrimp cooked in a flavorful lemon garlic butter sauce, this palate pleaser in a pan is ready in 20 minutes—fewer if you buy pre-peeled shrimp. A few sneaky ingredients make it much lighter than the garlic shrimp you’ll find in most restaurants too.
Even with the wholesome changes, the way Ben and I attacked our plates and tore hunks of baguette to make sure we didn’t miss a drop of the garlic butter sauce reminded me of some of our favorite meals in Paris.
Add the fact that this one-pan recipe leaves you just one dish to wash in the end, and you really will feel like you are in a restaurant—a restaurant that makes you bus your own tables, but is that really so hard? We can call it a café if you prefer.