12 Points-friendly ways to cook shrimp

Enjoy this shellfish for lunch or dinner, with these recipes that use super-convenient frozen shrimp.
Published September 13, 2017

Approximately 25 percent of the all the seafood consumed in the U.S. is shrimp. This shellfish is an easy-to-cook, high-protein option and these recipes can help you discover how delicious it is.

To buy, look for frozen shrimp with the heads off and peel-and-eat that have been individually quick frozen. Look through the clear window on the bag for signs of freezer burn. If you see it, put the bag down and move on to the next. Thaw prior to cooking, prepare one of the simple recipes, and enjoy!