RECIPE: Spicy Shrimp on Skewers the Hood way! #ad #FastFamilyMeals @hphood

RECIPES, REVIEWS, REVIEWS & CONTESTS | | September 8, 2015 at 7:47 am

By now you would know that I’m a Hood® Sour Cream ambassador and I’ve been excited to share with you my concoctions with Hood Sour Cream. Today I have for you one of my favorite recipes which also happens to be something you can whip up easily on a weeknight.

Spicy Shrimp on skewers can be easily made for the oven or even cooked on the grill. A little tip if you’re using wooden skewers, especially out on the grill, is to soak them for 30 minutes to prevent burning.

The beauty of the Hood Sour Cream in this recipe is that it tempers the spice so you can be braver than usual. It also adds a richness to the recipe and keeps the shrimp moist. I vouch for always using fresh ingredients but feel free to adapt to your lifestyle. Measuring is not something I usually do but I did here so I could share this with you. There are so many recipes you can create with Hood® Sour Cream and if you have a special one, I would love to hear what it is. We all need to help each other get out healthy fresh meals fast and  by following the Hood Sour Cream’s Fast Family Meals Contest hashtag #FastFamilyMeals you can see what others have been creating.

Quick and Easy Spicy Shrimp on Skewers with Hood Sour Cream!



1 lb shrimp shelled and deveined

1 tbsp Garam Masala

2 garlic cloves minced

1 tsp crushed ginger root

1/3 cup finely chopped cilantro

1/2 tsp crushed turmeric root (you can substitute for powdered turmeric)

1 cup of Hood Sour Cream

oil to drizzle

salt to taste


Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Mix together all ingredients except oil and shrimp and coat shrimp.

Skewer shrimp and place in oven proof casserole. Drizzle with oil and bake for 12-15 minutes (ovens vary so adjust accordingly).

Serve with rolls, flat bread or savory rice. Squeeze a teensy bit of lemon if you like, and serve!

There, I told you it was easy, right?


Disclosure: I’m a Hood® Sour Cream ambassador and this is a sponsored post!

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