Lighter Baked Shrimp Scampi Recipe
Enjoy the same great, garlicky taste of shrimp scampi in a healthier baked version, with way less butter and low-carb cauliflower rice instead of pasta.
Not appealing to the eye. Recipe ok.
I found this recipe because I had some frozen shrimp and some frozen, riced cauliflower in the freezer I wanted to use up. Bingo! This is a fairly straight-forward recipe, and quick, if you have all the ingredients at hand. A good mid-week supper. The recipe says it feeds 4. My husband and I ate the whole thing as one meal and it was enough. I think if you were to divide this in 4, you'd need to accompany it with other things (salad, etc...). I did make a few changes simply because I didn't have all the ingredients it called for -- but it tasted really good. The changes were minor (didn't have shallot so substituted a small bit of onion). I think the spices can be increased next time I make it (and yes, there will be next time). We couldn't taste the paprika at all. I added what I thought was plenty of salt and pepper but again, it could use more. Also more chili flakes if you're into spicy. I didn't want to overwhelm the shrimp. For next time, I'll also broil the shrimp/crumb mixture just befo
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