You may know about this Outback Steakhouse Buffalo Shrimp recipe if you watched the commercial because this side dish was not on the restaurant menu for a very long time.
Total Time: 15-16 Minutes
Prep Time: 10 Minutes
Active Cook Time: 5-6 Minutes
Do you sometimes want to try something new in your favorite restaurant? However, just at the moment you place the order, you decide to order the one that you had in the past because you crave it badly.
At the same time, in the back of your head, you tell yourself, "I will try the new dish next time." Then, when you go back the next time, the restaurant just changed their menu. So, you don't have any opportunity to try that "new" dish.
Does this sound familiar? This was exactly how it happened with this Outback Steakhouse buffalo shrimp side dish. That inspired me to create this recipe.
You can double this recipe easily. Do remember that if you double the quantity, it will take longer time to prepare the shrimp by shelling every piece of it.
It may also take longer for the shrimp to be cooked because the more shrimp are in the same skillet, the longer it takes to heat it up.
Depending on who will join you on the dining table to share with you this delicious restaurant remake recipe. You may need to go easy on the Buffalo sauce. Some people can't take much of that heat. You can serve more along the side.
You can easily pair this easy side dish recipe with other recipes to make it a quick, healthy and easy dinner. Follow the order of the following to prepare the dishes.
Due to the difference of cooking time of each dish, the order will help you to get the whole meal on the table at the same time without worrying some got cool down before dinner time.
1 pound Shrimp (16/20 counts or whatever size is on sale; shelled and devined. The more count in a pound of shrimp; the smaller the size of the shrimp and longer it takes to shell them)
1 1/4 tablespoons Butter (divided)
1 tablespoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 tablespoon Buffalo wing sauce (I use Frank's Red Hot Wings Buffalo sauce. Add more or less sauce depending on the heat tolerance of your family and/or guests)
1 pinch of salt
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