Shrimp Raymond

  • 1 pound medium to large shrimp, peeled & deveined
  • 1/4 stick butter
  • 1/2 cup chopped green onions
  • 1/4 pound fresh, sliced mushrooms
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 cup white wine
  • 1 Tablespoon cornstarch
  • 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
  • Cayenne pepper (optional)
  • Fresh Parsley, chopped


Melt butter in skillet. Sauté chopped onion and sliced mushrooms over medium heat until soft. Add shrimp and cook, stirring occasionally, until shrimp turns pink, being careful not to overcook. Dissolve cornstarch in wine and add to skillet, along with salt, Worcestershire Sauce and cayenne, if desired. Stir over low heat until sauce thickens. Serve over thin noodles or rice. Garnish with chopped fresh parsley.
Serves 4
Here’s where I got the recipe:

  • #1 written by spa product
    about 8 years ago

    shrimp is the best when it is marinated for a couple hours.

  • #2 written by Funny stuff
    about 7 years ago

    I agree with spa product. Thats my favorite way to have shrimp.

  • #3 written by Doral Fitness blog
    about 7 years ago

    Fishes are my favourite, But shrimp are like ok thing. and the butter makes it better.

  • #4 written by caralluma fimbriata
    about 7 years ago

    The recipe is good in and of itself but I think It needs sth before I try it. My suggestion would be a mixture of snow pea’s, asparagus and broccoli.

  • #5 written by Anca
    about 7 years ago

    Sounds really delicious. I think I try to cook this for my husband tomorrow and I’ll let you know if he liked it :)

  • #6 written by resimler
    about 7 years ago

    Definitely a fun way to spend your afternoon. Have a boxing match with your friend or your kids, great fun and enjoyment to be had at a small price.

  • #7 written by Health Tourism
    about 7 years ago

    Best tip. I like your blog very much only for this purpose because you always told great tips for weight loss.

  • #8 written by 4th of July recipes
    about 7 years ago

    its amazing how seafood and butter go hand in hand. but i love how you turned something like seafood and butter into a healthy and flavorful dish. just AMAZING!

  • #9 written by Jay Chedip
    about 7 years ago

    Again, you can probably reduce the calorie count in this dish by omitting the butter. Gently steam the chopped onion in a little watter on a very low light. Use a heavy bottomed pan (such as a le creseut one) and use a cartouche and the lid to seal.

  • #10 written by Geoff
    about 6 years ago

    I love seafood. Problem can be the cholesterol increasing properties of some, like prawns for instance.

  • #11 written by Muhammad Morgan
    about 5 years ago

    seafoods are great because they have lots of the mineral iodine which prevents goiter”,-

  • #12 written by June Sibounma
    about 5 years ago

    Thank you so much, I’ll have to subscribe your feed and read the rest I think. The first date my wife and I had nearly 20 years ago now was a lovely seafood restaurant in Napoli, so I’ve been spending ages trying to find a decent grilled lobster recipe like we had that night – our anniversary is next month so I’m hoping to surprise her!

  • #13 written by home styling
    about 4 years ago

    I had shrimp raymond in a hotel restaurant yesterday which is why I googled it. It was absolutely delicious and will try this recipe.

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