An easy Greek-inspired dish featuring shrimp, fire-roasted tomatoes, artichokes, olives and feta cheese all cooked in one skillet! You’re going to fall in love with this insanely delicious meal!
Do you have time for elaborate meals during the week?! Yeah…didn’t think so… That’s why I’ve been loving all the one-pan meals lately! They’re quick and easy, hardly require any clean up AT ALL and there are just SO MANY recipes to choose from! Just like this one that’s quickly becoming a family favorite – It’s my incredibly easy and delicious baked Greek shrimp!
WHAT KIND OF SHRIMP CAN I USE?
I almost always use frozen shrimp over fresh because 1) it’s cheaper and 2) I can buy it in bulk at Costco and keep it in the freezer for whenever those shrimp cravings hit. (Are shrimp cravings even a thing?? …I don’t know, but let’s just roll with it! ) That being said, I do usually try to buy EXTRA LARGE shrimp. Mainly because if I’m having shrimp then I want to have shrimp and not feel like I’m digging around for tiny little morsels they try to pass off as “meat.” Plus for this recipe, the larger shrimp stands up better against the thickness/chunkiness of the sauce.
I’m a firm believer that dinners during the week don’t have to be a fuss or always involve takeout. BUT they must ALWAYS be delicious! And this baked Greek shrimp touches on all three!