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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Fabulous Baked Lemon Shrimp

    This is an old stand-by shrimp recipe.  My husband LOVES it.  He has had fresh shrimp that was caught and cooked immediately (when he was in the USMC) that he always raved about.  Once he tasted mine, he said mine is even better.  (And mine is made from frozen shrimp.)  If you like shrimp, I encourage you to try my recipe.

Fabulous Baked Lemon Shrimp

                                      1 stick of butter                                     1 lemon
                                      1 envelope Italian seasoning mix                     shrimp

  Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and then melt the butter.  Next, slice the lemon up into thin slices. 
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The sliced lemons

 Take a jelly roll pan and pour the melted butter into the pan.  Lay the lemon slices on top of the butter.  
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The lemons in the bed of melted butter.  

Now, lay the shrimp on top of the lemon slices and butter and then sprinkle the packet of seasoning over the top of it all. 
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The Italian seasoning mix. 

 Bake for 15 minutes and enjoy.  

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The finished shrimp.  Looks good, doesn't it?!


     Be expecting to make this your "go-to" recipe for shrimp after just one taste!



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20 comments:

  1. Melody this looks delicious! I pinned it to try as my husband loves shrimp! Thank you for sharing it!

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    1. Danni, thank you for stopping by and pinning this. I appreciate you!

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  2. Mmmm, this is SO my style! I have a homemade Ranch seasoning recipe that I will try instead, SO looking forward to trying this, THANK YOU!!! :D

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    1. Christine, let me know how it turns out. Would love your thoughts!

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  3. Hi Melody this looks good and my 3 boys love fish. My 2 girls, well, not so much but maybe they will like this one! I must say that we LOVE the choc chip biscuits! They are now a family favorite and I try to hold out on how often I make them so they will continue to be something special. I hope this week is treating you well and you are feeling great.

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    1. Beth, thank you for stopping back by. I am glad to know everyone liked the chocolate chip drop biscuits and would love to hear what your family thinks about the shrimp.

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  4. Stopping by from last week's Company Girl Coffee

    I love shrimp!! Yummy!! :) Hope you had a good week.

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  5. Melody,

    Thanks for bringing this to the Tumbleweed Contessa's Super Bowl Party. I can see why your husband likes it. Sounds so good and it is so easy! That's a plus. Our shrimp would have to be frozen too - West Texans don't get fresh shrimp!

    Come back by my kitchen any time.

    Have a SUPER week! Linda

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    1. Linda, thanks for allowing me to link up with you. It was fun to see what everyone else had.

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  6. The shrimp looks yummy! Not sure if I would want the lemon does it taste sour?

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    1. No, it does not make it taste sour at all. It just gives it a hint of flavor.

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  7. MAN, that looks good (drools on computer keyboard)! Must try. I guess you just cover the lemon slices with a single layer of shrimp?
    Thanks for sharing.
    --Visiting from Company Girls.

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    1. Janice, my hubby says it is delicious. I don't even like shrimp but it looked good to me too. ;-) Yes, you just do a single layer of shrimp over it all.
      Thanks for dropping by!

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  8. Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing.

    -Bobbi

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  9. Oh, we love shrimp in our family so I'm always looking for new ways to fix it. Thank you for sharing this recipe!

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    1. Katie, not a problem and glad you stopped by. Hope you find more recipes that you enjoy on here!

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  10. Thanks so much for linking up with "Try a New Recipe Tuesday!" I really appreciate it. :-) I didn't know your hubby was in the Marines. My husband will be retiring in a couple of months from the Army. I will definitely try this recipe for him, as he loves shrimp. Many blessings, Lisa

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    1. Lisa, thanks for your comments as always. I bet you can't wait for your hubby to retire. Hope he likes the shrimp!
      Hugs, Melody

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