How to Make Honey Garlic Lemon Shrimp

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Introduction: How to Make Honey Garlic Lemon Shrimp

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Ingredients needed for Honey Garlic Shrimp

1 lb. de-headed shrimp - http://amzn.to/2F5PxR3

1 pinch of sea salt - http://amzn.to/2GSs4zh

3 tsp smoked paprika - http://amzn.to/2FIIJpB

2 tsp of black pepper - http://amzn.to/2F6splh

5-6 garlic cloves finely minced

1 lemon (1/2 more optional)

1 tbsp of parsley

3 tsp of butter

2 tbsp honey

Step 1: Prep Shrimp

If you use de-headed shrimp life will be so much easier all you have to do is peel leaving the tail end after you then butterfly your shrimp.

Step 2: Seasoning TIME

Add all your seasonings to the shrimp and mix well once you have done that put aside for at least 15 mins to let the flavors set.

Step 3: Prep Your Garlic and Parsley

While marinating cut your lemon, mince your garlic and chop your parsley.

Step 4: Pre Heat Skillet & Sear Shrimp

Now that the shrimp is marinated Preheat your pan on med-high and drizzle in the olive oil. Sear your shrimp until lightly golden 3-4 mins on each side.

Step 5: Time to Deglaze

Remove shrimp from pan, turn heat down to med-low squeeze half a lemon add 2 tbsp butter & garlic let cook for 2-3 mins.after 2 mins Add another half a lemon and add another tbsp of butter and let it cook until garlic is translucent. (optional you can add another half lemon if dry)

Step 6: Add Shrimp Back to Sauce!

Add shrimp into your pan in your garlic sauce, add 2 tbsp of honey and mix on heat for 1 min. Remove pan from heat let rest for 5 mins and serve with rice or mashed potatoes !

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    This looks amazing! I'm definitely going to have to try it.