Justin Chapple, the culinary director for Food & Wine has shared the recipe for buttery shrimp with peas and potato in the latest episode of the cooking show Mad Genius. This dinner recipe is a 30-minute one-pan meal perfect for a busy weeknight! Read on to know how to whip up this delicious dish at home.
Start by slicing the baby potatoes and adding them to boiling salted water in a skillet for this one-pan meal. Once they’re barely tender, transfer them onto a plate where they’ll continue cooking off the heat. Meanwhile, add either fresh or frozen peas to the potato water in the skillet and cook them until they’re crispy-tender. Drain them and rinse them under cold water once they’re ready.
Once you clean the skillet, add unsalted butter and extra-virgin oil to it. Once the pan is heated, add finely chopped shallots, garlic, chile, and a bit of kosher salt. Add in the dry wine once the ingredients are soft and fragrant. Only once the dry wine is almost reduced completely, add in the shrimp.
For the shrimp, Chapple suggests using raw, large, deveined, and peeled, tail-on shrimp. You can also use frozen ones if you want. Add them to the skillet in a single layer. Season with salt and black pepper and let them cook until they’re partially opaque in color. Then flip over the shrimp and immediately put in low-sodium chicken broth and the potatoes. Bring the mixture to a simmer and add the heavy cream and peas once the shrimps are almost cooked through.
Once everything is cooked, taste your dish for seasoning, and add more according to taste, if required. For finishing touches, sprinkle fresh dill on your one-pan meal. Serve it fresh along with a piece of crusty bread to soak up the broth! The minute the first bite hits the mouth, it will taste like spring in a bowl!
The world of today won’t necessarily be the world of tomorrow. Places change and children will not experience them in the same way as their parents had. This means that some locations must be visited now and here are three kid-friendly destinations to consider, especially by parents who wish to give their children a genuine cultural adventure.
Egypt: Teach Kids the Importance of Cultural Heritage
Egypt is arguably one of the most intriguing countries in the world. It allows its guests to get submerged in culture and history that go back millennia. Visiting the Great Pyramids, Luxor, and Valley of Kings will surely ignite the curiosity of children and give them the desire to explore the world and its innumerable wonders.
Ecuador: The Underrated Jewel of South America
The small South American country of Ecuador may not be the most popular tourist destination but it’s a destination worth your time and money. Quito, the country’s capital, is perhaps one of the most underappreciated cities on the planet. Its colorful architecture, lively markets, and breath-taking views will forever remain embedded in children’s memories. While in Ecuador, parents should consider a road trip to the Galápagos Islands in order to introduce their kids to a delicate but astounding, biologically-diverse ecosystem.
Japan: The Kid-Friendly Nation of the Rising Sun
Japan is one of the most kid-friendly destinations in the world. It’s a state with a rich cultural heritage that every child should experience. Parents can choose to stay in Tokyo and explore the city’s countless landmarks or hike the Nakasendo Trail, an ancient trading route connecting the Japanese capital to Kyoto. Visiting Mount Fuji on the island of Honshū is an absolute must while in Japan.
Any of these three kid-friendly destinations will enable families to have an amazing adventure that they will remember for many years to come.