This was so stinkin' good, I wish that I had doubled the recipe.
Easy to make, it can be made in one skillet, but I used two to speed it up.
What I used:
1 lb of cooked, deveined shrimp, thawed from frozen. Because I am lazy.
1 lb of smoked sausage.
A handful of diced onion and green bell pepper.
Old Bay seasoning, s&p, garlic powder, onion powder.
What I did:
Put the shrimp in a colander, ran cool water over them until they thawed, then sprinkled Old Bay seasoning over them. The only thing that was suggested I do differently next time is to season the shrimp more.
I put butter in a skillet, then added a ramekin full of chopped onion and bell pepper.
In a separate skillet I added EVOO and chopped zucchini and sprinkled on onion powder.
I cooked the onions and bell peppers on med-high heat, and the zucchini on medium heat.
When the onions looked like this, I added the shrimp and mixed it all about:
I added the sausage in with the zucchini and turned the heat to high, I wanted it to have the dark marks on it. Not like a Death Eater Voldemort mark, but the tasty charred marks.
I mixed everything together, and let it all rub up against each other for about 30 minutes (because I finished way before Scott got home for dinner), and about 10 min before we ate I cranked the heat up to high and stirred for about 2 minutes. I sprinkled a little garlic powder, s&p, and Lawry's seasoning in while stirring.
I then scarfed down two bowls.
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