Are you a seafood lover looking for a quick and delicious recipe to satisfy your cravings? Look no further! Baked Cajun Shrimp is the perfect dish for you. With its bold and spicy flavors, this recipe is sure to impress your taste buds and leave you wanting more.

The Perfect Blend of Spices

What sets this dish apart is the unique combination of spices that give it that irresistible Cajun flavor. The shrimp is coated in a mixture of smoked paprika, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, cayenne pepper, thyme leaves, and ground oregano. These spices come together to create a mouthwatering blend that will leave you craving for more.

Simple and Easy Preparation

Preparing Baked Cajun Shrimp is a breeze. Start by preheating your broiler to 350° and lining a baking sheet with foil. Lightly grease the foil with cooking spray to prevent the shrimp from sticking. In a mixing bowl, combine the cooked shrimp with oil, ensuring that each piece is coated evenly. In a separate bowl, mix the spices and herbs together before adding them to the shrimp. Toss everything together until the shrimp is well coated with the flavorful blend. Arrange the shrimp in a single layer on the prepared baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes. Once done, serve the shrimp warm with a squeeze of lemon for an added burst of freshness.

Baked Cajun Shrimp is not only delicious but also versatile. It can be served as an appetizer, a main course, or even added to salads or pasta dishes. So, whether you’re hosting a dinner party or simply craving a flavorful seafood dish, give this recipe a try. Your taste buds will thank you!

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13 thoughts on “Baked Cajun Shrimp

  1. Why no precise measurements of the ingredients? I mean you’re not stating teaspoons, tablespoons, cups or anything and that leaves room for a whole lot of mistakes

    1. I know, I thought it was strange but in looking at the recipe it would seem all measurements are teaspoons because Tablespoons is too much. That’s what I am going to try

  2. Why are there no quantities? What the hell is a “broiler” and a “treat sheet”?
    I’ve worked out what “shrimp” is . . .

    1. Broiler meaning oven, and treat sheet meaning cookie sheet. The original recipe was probably in a different language. Poor translation.

  3. Apparently, the recipe was in a different language that’s been automatically translated. So, not the best translation. I, too, think the ingredients are measured in teaspoons. But, we get the drift.

  4. I have asked a million times for the measurements for this recipe!!! If u can’t produce them , get off the website!! This is ridiculous!!

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