Everyone’s favorite seafood is super-versatile. Use it in casual and dressed-up meals alike, and watch it disappear!
Cost per serving: $3.21
Skip the sides! This stir-fry comes with grains, proteins and veggies, making it the perfect one-dish dinner.
See recipe: Stir-Fried Shrimp and Bok Choy
Cost per serving: $2.84
A simple, tangy dipping sauce gives grilled shrimp special zip.
Recipe: Grilled Shrimp with Rémoulade
Cost per serving: $3.51
Five main ingredients come together to make an easy, one-dish weeknight dinner your family will love.
Recipe: Pasta with Shrimp and Veggies
Cost per serving: $1.73
Grab a few staples out of your pantry and whip up this festive appetizer in minutes.
Recipe: Shrimp Bruschetta
Cost per serving: $1.48
Turn supper into a special occasion―for less than $1.50 per serving.
Recipe: Coconut Shrimp and Rice
Cost per serving: $1.45
Fresh and flavor-packed, these rice-paper wraps get extra kick from a quick dipping sauce.
Recipe: Vietnamese Summer Rolls
Cost per serving: $3.63
Fire up your slow cooker in the morning and you can have a Cajun feast by day's end.
Recipe: Easy Slow-Cooker Jambalaya
Cost per serving: $2.71
Bacon and Old Bay seasoning give this meal-in-a-bowl plenty of flavor.
Recipe: Skillet Shrimp and Rice
Cost per serving: $3.26
Greens tossed with a creamy buttermilk dressing are the perfect foil for hot and spicy shrimp in Buffalo wing sauce.
Recipe: Blazing Buffalo Shrimp Salad
This simple recipe can be on the table in just 20 minutes.
See recipe: Shrimp-Avocado Tacos
A fresh, healthy and inexpensive summer salad your family will love.
See recipe: Greek Salad with Shrimp
A low-calorie dish that isn't lacking in flavor.
See recipe: Shrimp with Tomatoes and Feta
Cost per serving: $3.13
If you have leftovers, this would be delicious in a wrap for lunch the next day.
See recipe: Roasted Shrimp, Avocado and White Bean Salad
Cost per serving: $2.65
This recipe works just as well with fresh peas (instead of frozen). Be sure to look for small ones, which tend to be sweeter.
See recipe: Angel Hair with Shrimp and Peas
Cost per serving: $2.16
If you're making this recipe in warm weather, ALL YOU reader Ysusan Smithson recommends grilling the shrimp. And if you love the marinade, double it in order to use it with chicken.
See recipe: Asian Shrimp Salad
Cost per serving: $3.41
For a complete meal, serve this tasty dish over a bed of rice.
See recipe: Spicy Shrimp and Mango Stir-Fry
Cost per serving: $1.59
If you have leftovers, pulse them in your food processor until smooth and use as a spread on sandwiches before the dip goes bad (you should have about three days).
See recipe: Creamy Shrimp Dip
Cost per serving: $2.06
Prep this dinner ahead of time by storing in air-tight containers in the refrigerator. You can either serve the shrimp chilled or reheat in a skillet over medium-low heat.
See recipe: Shrimp Tacos