When I first had Bacon Fried Shrimp, all I could do was melt into myself with pleasure. I remember my head tilting back with my eyes closed as that bacon and shrimp exploded with flavor with each bite. Oh… and did I mention the Pepper Jack Cheese? Wow! Each one of these prawns is stuffed with cheese before they’re wrapped with an entire piece of bacon, then they are each seasoned with black ground pepper before they’re fried to perfection.
Grilling Bacon Fried Shrimp
Obviously this recipe is called, “Bacon Fried Shrimp” but don’t let that discourage you from taking these pork prawns to the grill. These are perfect for barbecue’s and parties. Technically you could even bake them if you’re little heart ever so desired. It doesn’t really matter. Just make sure, like any pork product, it’s cooked thoroughly and all the way through. Oh, and just for kicks, I whipped up a Spicy Mayo Dipping Sauce I really think you’re going to like. It really compliments the pa-pa-POW of the Shrimp!
Also, if you like this Bacon Fried Shrimp recipe, be sure to check out some of my other Prawn recipes like, Thai Red Curry Shrimp, Shrimp Scampi and Firecracker Shrimp, which is a lot like Bang bang shrimp if you’ve ever heard of it. I have a huge list of other Shrimp recipes if you want to seek them out or look up my Shrimp Recipes playlist on YouTube. These were just some of the ones I posted with this video. So be sure to check them out.
I love this Broccoli and Cheese Dip and so does my family. I think this is something you’re bound to fall in love with yourself. Make no mistake about it. If you’re a Broccoli fan and you love Marinated Artichoke Hearts, this will become one of your regular party, snack or appetizer favorites. It’s quick, easy and a solid crowd pleaser. You can serve this hot, with chips, or on a toasted sliced baguette and it’s even better after it’s been refrigerated and used as a spread. I’m half tempted to even try this over Chicken or stuffed inside a Cordon Bleu, it’s that good! But don’t take my word for it.
Broccoli and Cheese Dip with Marinated Artichoke Hearts
This Broccoli and Cheese Dip has Marinated Artichoke Hearts in it. Why? Because they’re delicious, that’s why. It can be made without, if you prefer, but I would highly recommend using them because they provide a ton of flavor you’ll have to make up for otherwise. I think you could pull it off with a little bit of Italian dressing, as an alternative, but I’m talking about pickling and various seasons that are already balanced in a store bought Jar of Artichoke Hearts. So, like I said, be sure to use the marinated kind.
If you are interested in another recipe idea for a dip or something with Broccoli, take a look at these two below.
Deviled Eggs are fantastic when they are made right. And I figured since this coming weekend the whole world will be searching for hidden eggs, why not post a recipe you can use once you find them. As you know, Easter will come and go like any holiday, and just like any holiday, there are always left overs; if you’re lucky anyway. And since the one thing we are all guaranteed to have left over is the eggs might as well focus on a recipe that concentrates solely on the eggs themselves, Deviled Eggs.
Ironic though, don’t you think? A Christian Holiday that is surrounded by people celebrating the resurrection of their deity by hunting for Easter eggs, while I offer a recipe for “Deviled Eggs”! I literally can’t help but laugh out loud. But I’ve always had a warped sense of humor anyway. So if you’re not laughing, be sure that you can laugh your way all the way to the bank because this Deviled Egg Recipe is Golden! And, just so you know, you’re getting a 2 for 1 special on this video tutorial recipe, because I’m not just including the Deviled Egg recipe, I’m also giving you the Hard Boiled Egg video that assures you get a perfect boiled egg with ease, every single time you make them.
Deviled Eggs Ingredients:
1 Dozen Hard Boiled Eggs
1/2 cup Mayonnaise
1 tbsp Horseradish Mustard or some of each
1 Diced Green Onion
1/2 Diced Dill Pickle
1 tsp Vinegar (White or Cidar)
1 tsp Sugar
1/4 tsp Salt
1/2 tsp Black Pepper
1/4 tsp Paprika
1 tbsp Freshly Chopped Parsley for garnishing
Cut the hard boiled eggs in half, then separate and combine the egg yokes with all of the ingredients except the Parsley. Mix thoroughly and load a heaping teaspoons worth of deviled yoke mixture into each egg white half. Sprinkle with Paprika and Parsley, then serve your Deviled Eggs!