4 shrimp recipes with less than 350 calories

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Do you like shrimp? Here are some of our favorite shrimp dishes from our recipe database. The best of all? They register less than 350 calories per serving and come together in 35 minutes or less.

Black and red pepper shrimps

The shrimp will be more spicy if the shells are removed before cooking.

(Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

Using just a handful of ingredients, this shrimp dish, flavored with garlic, lemon and a touch of red and black pepper, is simply prepared, using just a pan and a few minutes of your time. Remove the shrimp shells before cooking if you want your shellfish to be spicy, and make sure you have plenty of bread on hand to soak up all that sauce.

One pan shrimp steamer

Steaming can produce some of the most satisfying light meals you can imagine.  And the easiest too: with a little thought, you can cook an entire dinner in one pot.  Recipe: A shrimp steamer

Steaming can produce some of the most satisfying light meals you can imagine. And the easiest too: with a little thought, you can cook an entire dinner in one pot. Recipe: A shrimp steamer

Steaming can produce a light but satisfying meal. With a little thought, you can whip up an entire dinner in just one pan, like this quick shrimp dish. Because who wants to take care of cleaning on a busy weekday evening?

Grilled shrimp skewers with charmoula

Grilled shrimp skewers with charmoula for a quick but tasty dinner.  Recipe: Grilled shrimp skewers with charmoula

(Glenn Koenig / Los Angeles Times)

You can’t beat the flavor of these shrimp skewers. Prepare a quick batch of charmoula (a blend of North African spices combining crisp and fresh flavors including lemon, garlic, ginger, cilantro, paprika and a little olive oil), then marinate some Jumbo shrimp to infuse flavor (recipe takes a few hours of marinating time, but flavor infuses in as little as 15 to 30 minutes). Rack the shrimp, grill them for a few minutes on each side and you’re done. Serve the rest of the charmoula at the table if you want to add a little extra flavor.

Yang Chow Slippery Shrimps

This mildly sweet and slightly spicy shrimp dish was presented to the original Yang Chow, which opened in downtown Los Angeles Chinatown in 1977.

This mildly sweet and slightly spicy shrimp dish was presented to the original Yang Chow, which opened in downtown Los Angeles Chinatown in 1977.

(Bryan Chan / Los Angeles Times)

When looking for a quick dinner option, you can’t beat the wok. This sweet and spicy shrimp dish was presented to the original Yang Chow, which opened in downtown Los Angeles Chinatown in 1977. From start to finish, it’s ready in 25 minutes.

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