Saturday, July 28, 2012

Slow Cooker Barbecued Shrimp from A Year of Slow Cooking

"Barbecued" Shrimp, cooked in the slow cooker!

Slow-Cooker Barbecued Shrimp
  (Photo from A Year of Slow Cooking.)

Let's talk about New Orleans Style "Barbecued" Shrimp cooked in the slow cooker so you don't have to heat up the house.  Stephanie from A Year of Slow Cooking made this for a party and she says they were gobbled up so quickly she only got a couple herself.

Get the complete recipe for CrockPot Barbecued Shrimp from A Year of Slow Cooking.

More Ideas with Shrimp in the Slow Cooker:
Shrimp and Artichoke Barley Risotto from Cara's Cravings 


  1. I'm still learning all the cool things you can do with a slow cooker -- and I've been cooking in mine all summer.

  2. Lydia, this sounds like a fun idea for a party to me, and your house stays cool!

  3. We loved these shrimp! I made them a few months ago but reduced the amount of butter and threw in a few ears of corn. fabulous.

    thank you, Kalyn, for featuring this recipe. Happy Saturday!

  4. Stephanie, good to know it will work with even less butter and I like the idea of adding corn. My pleasure!

  5. How in the world do you keep shrimp from overcooking and getting rubbery in a slow cooker? They cook so fast!

  6. Stephanie cooked it on high for 2 hours, but I'm guessing you could definitely cook it for less.

  7. Well, school starts up next week :( So that means it's time to get the slow cooker going again.

  8. Pam, my condolences! But it's nice to have it so dinner is ready when you get home.

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