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I love seafood. I link my love for seafood to my mom’s love for it. I link her love for it to her growing up in the beautiful city of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Basically a beautiful beachside town with lots of tasty seafood to enjoy. One of my favorite dishes has always been camarones a la diabla aka deviled shrimp. I always ordered them “solo poco picoso” , just a little spicy. You see these can be SUPER spicy, depending on the recipe.
Luckily I have learned a family shortcut that leaves me with the perfect amount of sweet & savory. The coolest part- it is super easy to make and you probably already have the ingredients you need, like the total must have-TABASCO® Original. The best part is TABASCO® Sauce is the one sauce that can be found anywhere in the world making it easy to find wherever you live! I picked mine up near the BBQ Sauce aisle at my local Walmart and use this offer to save. Now you might be wondering- why TABASCO®? Well TABASCO® allows you to add flavor and spice to your meal without overpowering it.
There is no right and wrong way to make this meal. It is literally so easy and perfect if you are in a time crunch. So what are the ingredients? Ketchup, shrimp, salt, pepper, olive oil & of course our delicious TABASCO® Original Red Sauce, made with just three ingredients: aged red peppers, salt and distilled vinegar. Here we go!
Camarones A La Diabla
Camarones A La Diabla
- 1 lb Shrimp
- 1 tbsp Tabasco
- 2 tsp Ketchup
- 1 tsp olive oil
- 1 pinch salt
- 1 pinch black pepper
Gather your ingredients. You can choose between peeled shrimp, not peeled, headless or with head. That is completely up to you. I like to have my shrimp peeled, headless, and deveined.
1.Heat your olive oil on medium heat
2.Toss in your shrimp and cook until pink on both sides
3.Add ketchup & TABASCO® to the shrimp, mixing.
4.Add salt & pepper, continue to mix
5.Add more ketchup or TABASCO® to taste. How sweet or spicy you want it is completely up to you.
I like to serve my camarones a la diabla with a side of rice. To give myself a healthy alternative to white rice I have been pairing it with quinoa and brown rice. Hope you enjoy and don’t forget to check out the deals on TABASCO® and help celebrate their 15th Anniversary!