One Pan Asparagus Shrimp Kielbasa Bake is a dinner that everybody is
going to eat with their hands. I like to shell the shrimp because the
seasonings can get on the flesh instead of the shell which is more
But you can totally skip the shelling part and let everybody to take care of that while they enjoy the food later. If that’s the case, you only need 5 minutes prep time for this one-pan dinner.
Prep Time: 5-15 Minutes Cook Time: 30 Minutes Serving: 4
This is also a recipe that you can get in and out of the grocery
store like a snap. The fish counter always have ready to cook shrimp.
If you love a Friday night fish dinner, this is an awesome alternative
to feed a good crowd with very minimal prep work.
I used pre-cooked Kielbasa in this recipe. Feel free to replace it with chicken sausage, pre-cooked Chorizo or Andouille sausage. It depends on how much heat and spice you can take.
If you need to double the quantity, evenly separate all ingredients into 2 same size baking sheets. Cook time will be the same.
2 bunches Asparagus (ends trimmed; cut into thirds)
1 lb Kielbasa (sliced)
2 lbs Thawed Frozen Shrimp (16/20 - 21/25 counts; shelled and deveined)
1 Lime (zest and juice)
1 tsp Old Bay Seasonings
1/2 tsp Salt
1/4 tsp Black Pepper
1 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Serve This With:
|Spicy Watermelon Pineapple Palm Heart Salad|
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