Enjoy this delicious & creamy French Shrimp recipe.
You’ll want to dip everything in the sauce! It’s flavorful, creamy from the heavy cream, and delightful.
This is the ideal comfort dinner, and it’s so simple! Serve it with a baguette for an appetizer or over spaghetti pasta for a delicious supper.
It’s so easy and so effective. Enjoy!
Make French Shrimp With These Variations:
Use any shrimp you like here. We always buy peeled and deveined, although you can do it yourself if you like. Whole Foods is our go-to for shrimp.
- Heavy Cream:
Heavy cream is the secret to this dish’s velvety perfection. The sauce is just divine. It’ll be all over!
- Dijon Mustard:
Dijon mustard is perfect in this sauce. I wouldn’t use another mustard alternative. A smooth dijon worked better than a gritty one.
- Olive Oil:
We enjoy the flavor of olive oil in this recipe. A flavorful addition to rich and creamy French shrimp.
- Fresh Parsely:
Fresh parsely adds color and flavor to the shrimp.
- Long pasta bread:
To serve with shrimp!
The shallots offer a wonderful depth of flavor. They’re a French cooking classic. If needed, use onion, although I definitely recommend shallots.
Fresh garlic is essential in most of our recipes.
- Sea Salt:
No need to explain sea salt. Salt sustains life.
A must-have ingredient.
- Shrimp peeled & deveined 1 lb
- Butter 2 tsp
- Olive oil 2 tsp
- Sea salt
- Black pepper
- Shallot diced ½ large
- Heavy cream ¼ cup
- Fresh garlic minced 4 cloves
- Dijon mustard 2 tsp
- Fresh parsely
- Baguette or spaghetti
- Dry the shrimp with a paper towel.
- Generously salt and pepper the shrimp.
- 1 tbsp olive oil and 1 tbsp butter Ajouter crevettes. Cooked shrimp. Set aside the pan.
- Olive oil and butter, 1 tbsp Soften shallots, and garlic. 1 tbsp. dijon, salt, pepper
- Cook for a while. Stir in the shrimp for a minute.
- Garnish with fresh parsley and serve!
- Serve the french shrimp recipe with a baguette for dipping.
- Serve the french shrimp over spaghetti or another long pasta for dinner. Enjoy!
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