Wicked Shrimp

From The Inn at El Gaucho in Seattle, Washington

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


  • 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.

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