Home Lime Shrimp with Sriracha
You will love this dynamite shrimp recipe for Home Lime Shrimp with Sriracha. This dynamite shrimp recipe is succulent, tender, and mouthwatering. The recipe doesn't take long to prepare for this yummy healthy recipe. Some of the simple ingredients you will need for this dynamite shrimp recipe include lime, honey, garlic, and Sriracha. This simple shrimp recipe only takes 15 minutes to make and can be served any day of the week. You can serve this dynamite shrimp recipe over a bed of fluffy rice or noodles.
Limes is a fruit that was first grown on a large scale in southern Persia and Iraq. Lime was grown commercially in what is today known as southern Iraq. In the 19th century, British sailors have issued a daily allowance of citrus fruits, as a way to prevent scurvy similar to the use of lemons. Lemons were initially used to keep away scurvy and was later switched to lime. The use of citrus fruit was a closely guarded military secret initially, as scurvy was a common scourge of various national navies at the time. This was because the ability to stay at sea for long periods of time without contracting scurvy was a huge benefit for the military. It was during this time that British sailors acquired the nickname, Limey because of their use of limes. Lime juice can be extracted from fresh limes, or bought in bottles that come in both sweetened and unsweetened varieties. Lime juice is also used to make limeade recipes, and as an ingredient usually as a sour mix in many cocktail recipes. Lime juice is popular in Thai recipes.
Garlic is a good that is closely related to the onion, the shallot, the leek, and the chive. Garlic has been used by in recipes for more than 7,000 years. Garlic is an ingredient that is native to central Asia; garlic has long been a popular staple in recipes in the Mediterranean region. Garlic can be traced as far back to the Ancient Egyptians, for use for medicinal purposes and food recipes. Garlic has long been known to help in the prevention of the ailments like the common cold, along with having other beneficial health benefits. Garlic scapes can be removed from the plant as to focus all of the garlic's energy into the bulb growth. Garlic scapes can be eaten raw or cooked.
Sriracha sauce is a type of hot sauce recipe or chili sauce recipe that is made from a paste of chili peppers, distilled vinegar, sugar, garlic, and salt. Sriracha sauce is named after the coastal city of Si Racha, in the Chonburi Province of Eastern Thailand, where the recipe may have been first produced for recipes served at local seafood restaurants.
Thank you to Amy for sharing this dynamite shrimp recipe for lime shrimp with sriracha on her "Chew Out Loud" recipe site. This is just one of the dynamite shrimp recipes you will find on the site. Other dynamite shrimp recipes you will find include soba noodles with shrimp recipe, shrimp salad recipe, grilled shrimp recipe and more. Amy is the wife of the tech master, photographer, and advisor behind the recipe blog. The couple both grew up in Los Angeles, raised in families where food was the source of togetherness and celebration in their homes. Some of the recipes you will find on the site include appetizer recipes, breakfast recipes, main dish recipes, soup recipes, side dish recipes and more. You will also find salad recipes, bread recipes, dessert recipes, snack recipes, drink recipes and plenty more. *
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