El Gaucho’s Legendary Wicked Shrimp Recipe

El Gaucho’s legendary Wicked Shrimp

Steak is what El Gaucho is known for, but other menu items have earned a stellar reputation and become guest favorites over the years.  One of these dishes is our Wicked Shrimp. Sautéed by an expert chef and delivered by a tux-clad waiter, it is always a treat to enjoy in our restaurants, but now you can impress your friends and make this delicious dish at home.

El Gaucho Wicked Shrimp

1 lb. Wild Sea of Cortez Prawns – size 16s-20’s
¼ lb. butter
1 ½ tsp., Garlic, minced
1 ½ tsp. Lee & Perrins Sauce
1 1/3 Tbs. El Gaucho Wicked Spice*
½ c. Shrimp or Fish Stock
¼ c. Beer
Grilled Tuscan Bread Slices

Melt ½ of the butter in a skillet on med-high heat.  Add garlic, Lee & Perrins sauce, Wicked Spice, and Prawns, and sauté for 2-3 mins.  Add beer and stock, cook 2 minutes, and swirl in remaining butter.  Serve in a bowl or on a platter with Grilled Tuscan bread slices.

Add El Gaucho Seasoning to spice up your favorite dish

El Gaucho’s proprietary Seasoning and Wicked Spice, used to season many dishes in our restaurants, were created and inspired by the open-coal-pit cooking techniques used by the rough, rugged, and highly regarded cowboys of the vast Pampas Argentina grasslands.  These spices will add a deliciously robust kick to all your favorite dishes.  A word of caution – treat the Wicked Spice just like the red chili flakes, as they have similar heat intensity.

Our signature spices are available for purchase through our website at ElGaucho.com/El-Gaucho-Spices.  They make great hostess or holiday gifts that any aspiring chef will enjoy.  Treat yourself or someone you know to the unforgettable El Gaucho culinary experience…at home!

2 Responses to “El Gaucho’s Legendary Wicked Shrimp Recipe”

  1. Hey would you mind stating which blog platform
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    • The Gaucho Gridiron Says:

      We’re using WordPress and one of their off-the-shelf templates. Good luck with your blog and thanks for reading ours. :-)

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