Tangy Lemon Pepper Shrimp
Contributed by: NAPSA
Great-Tasting Recipes To Serve During Lent And Beyond
(NAPSA) - For observant families that give up meat on Friday nights during Lent, the proscribed dietary restriction doesn't have to mean restricting flavor.
Sure, there are the traditional go-to foods, such as fish sticks and cheese pizza, but it's possible to put together some terrific, even unexpected dining solutions for the 40-day season prior to Easter.
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Prep Time: 2 minutes - Cook Time: 8 minutes
- 1 12-ounce carton SeaPak(r) Shrimp Scampi (frozen)
- 1 tsp. lemon pepper
- 2 Tbsp. Dijon mustard
- 1/2 cup dry white wine
HEAT large saute skillet on medium for 1 minute.
ADD frozen shrimp to pan and saute 6 minutes.
WHISK lemon pepper, Dijon mustard and wine in a small bowl. Pour mixture over shrimp. Stir well to incorporate all ingredients. Simmer for additional 3-5 minutes (or until shrimp are fully cooked), stirring frequently.
SERVE shrimp over pasta or rice.
Want to add a little spice to your dish? Try adding 1-2 tsp. of crushed red bell pepper when you add the lemon pepper.
Serving Size: Makes 2-3 Servings