50 Amazing Paleo Shrimp Recipes to Fall in Love With

Paleo Shrimp Recipes

Do you have a taste for shrimp, but find yourself lacking the paleo shrimp recipes to satisfy your craving? A lot of individuals add shrimp to pasta dishes and create a cream sauce to go with their dish, but when you are following a paleo regimen, these recipes are not an option. There are a plethora of paleo recipes that utilize shrimp that are available for you to try, and most of them are not too difficult to create. This guide will provide you with 50 different paleo-friendly shrimp recipes that are simple to create in your kitchen at home. Let’s dive right in.

50 Paleo Inspired Mouthwatering Shrimp Creations

Paleo Shrimps

1. Spicy Garlic Sun Dried Tomato Shrimp

Spicy Garlic Sun Dried Tomato Shrimp

Detailed recipe and credit – cafedelites.com

This recipe for paleo shimps combines the savory flavor of garlic with the spiciness of red pepper flakes. On top of this flavor combination, sun dried grape tomatoes are added in with the shrimp to create a subtle sweetness to the shrimp that will taste perfect together. If you want to have a side, a salad or a small serving of zucchini pasta is perfect with this dish. Make sure to add some basil to the dish because it complements the sun dried tomatoes perfectly.

2. Honey Soy Shrimp

Honey Soy Shrimp

Detailed recipe and credit – jocooks.com

Honey and soy make the perfect salty and sweet combination for a sauce that tastes perfect with paleo shrimps, but the best part is that slight taste of spice from the sriracha. If you use jumbo shrimp and allow the sauce to thicken just a bit, it can double as a dipping sauce that is perfect for the shrimp. This dish is best served with some carrots, and if you like, you can glaze them in the same sauce.

3. Easy Garlic Shrimp

Easy Garlic Shrimp

Detailed recipe and credit – shewearsmanyhats.com

Easy garlic shrimp, as the name implies is an easy recipe to make; in fact, almost anyone can cook the dish right in their kitchen. Garlic and lemon combine in this dish to create an amazing flavor that is simply irresistible. You can use lime juice if you prefer, but either way, marinating the shrimp before you cook it will enhance the flavors drastically. The perfect side for this dish is a simple arugula and red onion salad with lemon juice.

4. Paleo Coconut Shrimp

Paleo Coconut Shrimp

Detailed recipe and credit – wickedspatula.com

Another paleo recipe that you may want to try is coconut shrimp. The fried shrimp creates a perfectly crispy exterior that is sweet and savory all at the same time. To increase the coconut flavor even more, you can fry the coconut covered paleo shrimps in coconut oil. You will love the results, especially if you create a sweet citrus sauce to dip them in. If you don’t want these shrimp as a main course, they are also a perfect appetizer for when you have guests.

5. Bam Bam Shrimp

Bam Bam Shrimp

Detailed recipe and credit – bravoforpaleo.com

Bam Bam shrimp is a spicy dish that uses hot sauce and chipotle chilies to create a unique flavor. It also utilizes one of thefavorite paleo food options: honey. Just a touch of honey changes the flavor of this dish from extremely spicy to a perfectly flavored dish. Once the shrimp is cooked and coated with the sauce garnish the dish with sesame seeds and serve the dish with a tossed salad or something that is not as flavor intense as the shrimp.

6. Spicy Shrimp with Cauliflower Mash and Roasted Kale

Spicy Shrimp with Cauliflower Mash and Roasted Kale

Detailed recipe and credit – pinchofyum.com

A paleo diet prevents you from eating carbs, but this recipe is a unique creation that you will love even more than a carb filled meal. The shrimp is once again spicy, but this time it only utilizes cayenne, garlic, and chili powder to create the flavor. As a side, create a cauliflower mash to soak up some of the sauce from the shrimp. Also, the kale will taste amazing sautéed in a tiny bit of bacon grease.

7. Shrimp Scampi with Zucchini Noodles

Shrimp Scampi with Zucchini Noodles

Detailed recipe and credit – closetcooking.com

Shrimp scampi is one of the tastiest shrimp dishes you can create, but when you are on a paleo diet, you need to make some changes to the recipe. Instead of traditional noodles, you will want to have these paleo shrimps with zucchini noodles. It is a lighter alternative that gives the original recipe a run for its money. Make sure to add a little bit of white wine to the lemony, garlic shrimp to seal in the flavors that you love.

8. Coconut Shrimp with Spicy Peach Dip

Coconut Shrimp with Spicy Peach Dip

Detailed recipe and credit – foodieandwine.com

Coconut is used in a number of paleo shrimp recipes. It adds the perfect sweet, crunchy exterior to a succulent piece of shrimp. Fry large paleo shrimps in coconut oil until they are brown and crispy. Since the shrimp is sweet, a spicy dipping sauce is the perfect complement. Cook the peaches until they break down, and add some thai chili sauce into the mixture. The peaches are rather sweet, so add as much spice to the sauce as you like.

9. Zesty Marinated Bacon Wrapped Shrimp

Zesty Marinated Bacon Wrapped Shrimp

Detailed recipe and credit – paleoleap.com

Another one of the paleo shrimp recipes that you will want to try is this bacon wrapped shrimp one. It combines garlicky, buttered flavored shrimp with bacon, what more could you want to satisfy your shrimp craving? This recipe is baked as well, so that is an added bonus, just make sure to leave it in the oven long enough to ensure that the bacon is crisp. A nice tossed salad goes perfectly as a side dish to enjoy with this recipe.

10. Shrimp Asparagus Stir Fry Lemon Sauce

Shrimp Asparagus Stir Fry Lemon Sauce

Detailed recipe and credit – homecookingmemories.com

One of the paleo food options that we have not seen much on this list yet is a stir fry. Shrimp and vegetables go great together, and this dish is perfect for anyone following a paleo diet. The sauce for this recipe is a delicious lemon citrus sauce that accompanies the shrimp and the asparagus well. Other vegetables can be used as well if you prefer, but be careful not to overcook the shrimp as you stir fry.

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