This Orange Garlic Shrimp with veggies is an absolutely perfect shrimp recipe! Aren’t we all always on the lookout for super tasty, easy to follow and easy to make recipes that are packed with flavor, plus a recipe everyone in the family can agree on? This shrimp stir fry fits that description spot on, I’m loving everything about it!
Believe it or not I didn’t used to like shrimp just a few years ago. I think I finally just had it seasoned in a way that I liked it and it wasn’t overcooked and rubbery so things finally clicked, so now I love shrimp and I cook with it all the time. If you are new around here’s a list of other shrimp recipes I’ve shared:
- Shrimp and Aspragus Foil Packs
- Shrimp Boil Skillet or there’s the Foil Pack Version
- Garlic Lemon Butter Shrimp
- Chicken Broccoli Stir Fry
- Shrimp and Summer Veggies in Foil
- Quinoa Shrimp “Fried Rice”
- Teriyaki Shrimp and Asparagus
- Greek Shrimp with Tomatoes and Feta
- Shrimp and Avocado Taco Salad
- Shrimp and Couscous Foil Packs with Avocado Mango Salsa
- Shrimp Fajitas
- Lemon Angel Hair Pasta with Shrimp
And now we have this super tasty Orange Garlic Shrimp to add to that list!
Orange Garlic Shrimp Recipe
This recipe comes from Jessica Gavin’s newly released cookbook, Easy Culinary Science for Better Cooking. Jessica is the talented blogger behind JessicaGavin.com, if you aren’t already following you definitely should! I couldn’t be more in love with this cookbook! Jessica’s book is so inviting and each and every photo will leave you hungry for more, the pictures are beautiful!
I love how her degree in culinary science is really the foundation of this book. Jessica guides you through the hows and whys of the recipes which is one of the things that really sets this cookbook apart from others.
It gives you that Cook’s Illustrated vibe where you’re actually learning about what’s happening, along with offering key tips so you can become a better cook.
The book includes lots of entrees, some appetizers and sides as well as and desserts and other baked goods. The emphasis seems to be on Asian, Latin American and Italian recipes which are all cuisines I love.
To give you an idea of recipes in the book there’s Chicken Egg Rolls, Pan Roasted Greek Chicken and Vegetables, Pan Seared Rib Eyes with Miso Butter, Crispy Vegetable Fritters, Chicken Carbonara Pasta, Thai Green Curry with Shrimp, Italian Meatballs, Lemon Raspberry Cream Scones, and Nutella Cheesecake Brownies. Doesn’t it all sound too good?
If you’d like to read more about the book or to purchase a copy of your own follow this link HERE.