Tuesday
Oct232012

Ranch Shrimp, the easiest recipe ever

I love shrimp. Love, love, love it. It's one thing I like about living so close to the gulf. Shrimp!

I was hankering for some shrimp Friday night. So I decided to go to my easiest shrimp recipe ever. This is even easier then my Idiot Proof Shrimp.

Just combine the little guys with a little dry ranch mix and olive oil and in a flash you have dinner.

Let me be clear about one thing. I actually hate ranch dressing. It's slimey and smells bad and I think it is gross. But dry ranch mix for dips and such? I love that stuff. Love it!

What you'll need:

1 pound shrimp peeled and deviened

1 pack dry ranch powder or 3 tablespoons dry ranch mix

If you don't have any dry ranch mix click here make your own.

Extra virgin olive oil

Heat up your oil in a pan over a medium heat.

Add your shrimp.

Sprinkle with ranch mix.

Cook until super pink.

And that's it. It takes about 8 minutes from start to finish.

We paired our with an apple and walnut salad over romain lettuce. For a great dressing, click here.

Don't forget to visit Betsy at Romance on a Dime for Take It On Tuesday.

 

 

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