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5 Great Weeknight Shrimp Recipes
First of all, summer isn't technically over. Monday, September 23 is actually the last day of summer, based on the vernal Equinox, the Farmers' Almanac, and all of that. So yeah, pretty much everyone is back to school, and yeah, I see some orange on the trees, but if you’re hardcore you can squeeze a few more weeks out of the season, even though you may not be sipping iced tea by the shore.
 
But the pace is picking up, no doubt about that. For many of us, it’s not an unwelcome change. I like being busy
full days and long to-do lists are my specialty and if you give me a spare chunk of time, I will fill it by golly. It’s not necessarily a great habitthere is much beauty in idle-moments (so I’ve been told).  
 
But let’s bring this back around to dinner. That thing that you (and maybe your family) eat at the end of the day. That needs cooking. Sometimes time is no object . . . more often though, the lack of it is a hindrance to getting dinner on the table at a reasonable hour. Here are five shrimp recipes that don't take that much time to make, and are quite delicious. That’s not too much to ask, is it?
If you like pad Thai, you’ll like this dish. It has those springy chewy rice noodles that we’re all so crazy about, plump shrimp, and a nice lacing of Asian flavors, which have not once displeased the masses in my house. 

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This recipe has the basic components of scampi, except the seasonings are left uncooked. It’s a bit fresher tasting, with an amped-up amount of lemon and a bit of heat from a hot pepper.

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The delicate texture of fresh pastamatched with a lightly creamy sauce and some tender sautéed shrimpis a dish you would 100% serve to company. And it comes together in about 20 minutes!

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I love the brisk flavors of this salad so muchmint and cilantro and lime and lemongrass and fish sauce and peanuts . . . with every bite you can feel your mouth wake up and do a happy dance.

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Grab that corn. Grab that basil. Boil some shrimp. Make an easy vinaigrette. Wham, bamend of summer perfection.

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