Old Bay Steamed Shrimp

Old Bay seasoning is a favorite and this shrimp was ready in FIVE MINUTES!!! It's light and flavorful - great to serve with veggies and garlic bread!
These Old Bay Steamed Shrimp are great as an appetizer or even a main dish - they're simple and I swear to you - they were ready in LESS THAN FIVE MINUTES!!! Raw shrimp cooks so fast! 

The recipe for Old Bay Steamed Shrimp is super easy and takes minutes to make. There are also a lot of varieties of Old Bay Seasoning - I used the lemon herb variety for this recipe - but you can use any of them. Be sure to also use RAW shrimp - peeled and deveined. This shrimp cooks in just 2-3 minutes so be sure to get the raw so it doesn't get rubbery. 


How to boil or steam shrimp with Old Bay seasoning?

First up - bring cider vinegar (or beer), water and Old Bay seasoning to a boil on the stove. While that's coming up to a boil, rinse and drain your thawed, raw shrimp. Once the vinegar mix is boiling - toss in the shrimp. Stir and turn the shrimp and by the time you turn them all - they'll be done. It was SO FAST!!!! Then serve them up with your favorite cocktail sauce. 

Because it's so fast - be sure your side dishes are all ready! Or you can use this shrimp in other recipes!  

Delicious Shrimp Recipes 

If you're looking for other great recipes with shrimp - I've got you covered! You could toss the cooked shrimp into this Cajun Pasta recipe at the end, pop them into tortilla shells for shrimp tacos or use them in this seafood pasta salad instead of crab meat!  

Old Bay Steamed Shrimp

Old Bay Steamed Shrimp

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Prep time: Cook time: 5 MTotal time: 5 M
Old Bay seasoning is a favorite and this shrimp was ready in FIVE MINUTES!!! It's light and flavorful - great to serve with salad and garlic bread!

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How to cook Old Bay Steamed Shrimp

  1. In a medium saucepan mix vinegar, water and OLD BAY. Bring to boil on medium heat. Gently stir in shrimp and cover.
  2. Steam 2 to 3 minutes - flipping after 1 min. Steam just until shrimp turn pink. Drain well.
  3. Serve immediately with cocktail sauce

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