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To Die for Shrimp De Jonghe | Recipe Connoisseur

To Die for Shrimp De Jonghe

Absolutely the best shrimp recipe I've ever tried! Tastes right out of a restaurant. :)

Spicy Grilled Shrimp Skewers

OMG these Shrimp are done in 10 minutes and are seriously amazing! Perfect appetizer for the holidays! | www.joyfulhealthyeats.com

Garlic Herb Roasted Shrimp with Homemade Cocktail Sauce

OMG these Shrimp are done in 10 minutes and are seriously amazing! Perfect appetizer for the holidays! | www.joyfulhealthyeats.com

This simple 30 minute dish is packed with flavor. Coconut chicken is now my new favorite meal. The crunchy coconut is packed with flavor the entire family will love and it is so quick to whip up!

Coconut Oil (Organic, Virgin, Cold-Pressed, Pure & UnRefined)

This simple 30 minute dish is packed with flavor. Coconut chicken is now my new favorite meal. The crunchy coconut is packed with flavor the entire family will love and it is so quick to whip up!

OMG these Shrimp are done in 10 minutes and are seriously amazing! Filled with garlic herb flavor, perfect appetizer for any party! | joyfulhealthyeats.com

Garlic Herb Roasted Shrimp with Homemade Cocktail Sauce

OMG these Shrimp are done in 10 minutes and are seriously amazing! Filled with garlic herb flavor, perfect appetizer for any party! | joyfulhealthyeats.com

Baked Shrimp with Orzo Pasta | Mel's Kitchen Cafe | Mel's Kitchen Cafe

Baked Shrimp and Orzo with Feta Cheese

DE JONGHE'S ORIGINAL RECIPE: (FIRST PRINTED IN 1947) -  It's a fairly simple dish consisting of whole peeled shrimp cooked in individual serving dishes swimming in garlic butter and topped with fine bread crumbs and then broiled. *De Jonghe Hotel on Chicago's Monroe Street first served this dish in the 1920s.

Chicago's Shrimp DeJonghe

DE JONGHE'S ORIGINAL RECIPE: (FIRST PRINTED IN 1947) - It's a fairly simple dish consisting of whole peeled shrimp cooked in individual serving dishes swimming in garlic butter and topped with fine bread crumbs and then broiled. *De Jonghe Hotel on Chicago's Monroe Street first served this dish in the 1920s.

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