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Honey Garlic Baked Shrimp

Charity S.: "Made it on the stovetop instead of baking it. Yum…" Read More
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Honey Garlic Baked Shrimp

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This delicious savory-sweet shrimp recipe has only four ingredients and is done in under 15 minutes! The recipe is a Yummly original created by Sara Mellas.


  • nonstick cooking spray
  • 1 1/2 lb. raw shrimp (peeled and deveined)
  • 3 Tbsp. honey
  • 2 Tbsp. soy sauce
  • 3 garlic cloves (minced)
  • lime slices (optional, for serving)
  • sliced green onion (optional, for serving)
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    Calories250Calories from Fat35
    Total Fat4g6%
    Saturated Fat0g0%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat35
    Total Carbohydrate20g7%
    Dietary Fiber1g4%
    Vitamin A8%
    Vitamin C25%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


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    Charity S. 2 months ago
    Made it on the stovetop instead of baking it. Yummy! Didn't have lime but it also went well with lemon.
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    Blake Willett 6 months ago
    Very tasty and quick. Nine-year-old approved.
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    Amanda Rouse 8 months ago
    This was good, but like others said, the sauce melted and became very thin while baking. I tried thickening the sauce after the shrimp was done (transferred sauce to saucepan and boiled to reduce it), but I couldn’t find my cornstarch, so it never really thickened up & didn’t stick to the shrimp. Not bad, but not sure I would make it again.
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    Briana Hernandez a year ago
    So delicious and easy
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    Austin Pack a year ago
    It wasn't bad but it wasn't great in my opinion. I don't think I will make this again.
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    Melody Campbell 2 years ago
    Just wish the sauce was thicker
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    Brock Parnell 2 years ago
    Tastes great! Recommend adding just a little extra honey to get a better flavor!
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    We absolutely loved this recipe. Next time I will try some of the additions suggested by other reviewers. I wasn't in the mood for rice since we have it a lot, so I served it alongside udon noodles with a peanut butter sauce.
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    Kaitlyn Morton 2 years ago
    It turned out amazing!! Next time I’ll add rice with it
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    Soleye Onasanya 2 years ago
    added some chilli powder and used light soy sauce instead but the sauce was really good, also added spring onion, drizzled some of the sauce on roasted sweet potato and carrots 👌🏾
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    Ruvimbo Vera 2 years ago
    This was very divine i added some lemon and spice because it was too stiff and plain.
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    easy and quick to make. I served it over white rice and drizzled remaining sauce over it.
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    Erika Scruggs 2 years ago
    I had to completely remake this dish. I’m not sure what went wrong or if this is how it was supposed to taste. Immediately, I noticed the sauce was very runny and separated. I thought the honey would make it more sticky but that didn’t happen. When it was done cooking, you could taste a hint of the ingredients but it didn’t really taste like anything in particular. It was a little sweet, a little Asian but not very tasty. I took out a frying pan and put my rice and shrimp in the pan, added red pepper flakes, more honey, more soy sauce and some teriyaki sauce and it was then edible.
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    Ben Ashlock 2 years ago
    This is such a simple and easy dish to make it and I'm glad it turned out so good. I ended up putting it on a bed of white rice just to give it a little but of a good base to even out on the flavor. I really do recommend this dish if you are short on time and have to feed 4-5 people.
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    Becky Fougere 2 years ago
    Very impressed how tasty this was! 8 minutes was perfect, and I made only about half the amount of shrimp but used all of the same amount of everything else and it was quite flavourful! Couldn't be an easier shrimp recipe, definitely making it again :)
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    Kelsey 2 years ago
    I definitely prefer my shrimp fried in a pan
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    Cassie Bachner 2 years ago
    This was super easy and so so yummy! Definitely recommend :)
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    Kim W. 2 years ago
    it was ok , not what I expected
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    Sheree 2 years ago
    Very Easy and tasty. I served with pasta.
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    Cierra Ingersoll 2 years ago
    really yummy recipe and super easy!
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    Jahnell Rivera 2 years ago
    Awesome!!! Taste great
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    Madison Redmill 2 years ago
    Pretty darn good! If you’re using shrimp not already peeled, removing the shells first (before adding the sauce and baking) will give more flavor (and prevent sticky honey fingers when peeling afterwards). Also, adding a bit of sriracha to the sauce would be a yummy extra kick!
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    Sharbel Eid 3 years ago
    Easy to make. Very tasty
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    Leah 3 years ago
    Nice delicious I’ll make it again
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    Suzy Bevins 3 years ago
    Great! I made a double batch for my family. Brown rice with peas and carrots underneath the shrimp turned out very nice. I will make again in the spring with pineapple and pears in white rice.
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    Emily Woller 3 years ago
    Soo good 10/10 would recommend.