Crispy southern fried shrimp. Southern Fried Shrimp is so simple to make at home. Made with a buttermilk and Old Bay seasoned flour for a crispy and delicious coating. A delicious dinner or easy appetizer for game day parties and celebrations.
These shrimp are first seasoned with Cajun or Creole seasoning for just a little zip and then tossed in all-purpose flour. This Southern Fried Shrimp recipe is easy, delicious, super easy to make. Crunchy on the outside and bursting with flavor. You can have Crispy southern fried shrimp using 4 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Crispy southern fried shrimp
- Prepare 1 box of Zatarains seasoned fish-fri.
- It’s 1 packages of Jumbo shrimp devined cooked peeled tail on (14oz ).
- It’s 16 oz of Heavy whipping cream.
- You need 2 of Inches of vegetable oil.
Classic Southern Fried Shrimp We love our southern fried shrimp in this part of The Deep South and fried up in a deep fryer is the best way to go when you cook fried shrimp. A hot deep fryer cooks them so quickly, that there is far less absorption of the fat, leaving behind a crispy, crunchy and delicious fried shrimp. The crunchy coating is perfectly seasoned and provides extra crunch by combining both flour and cornmeal. In warm weather or cool, these fiery shrimp are sure to start a party whenever they're served.
Crispy southern fried shrimp step by step
- Peel tails of shrimp . (You can also but tail less shrimp to save time).
- Pour about a cup of heavy whipping in a bowl.
- Pour about 2cups of fish fri in a container with a lid.
- Put the shrimp in the heavy whipping cream.
- After the shrimp ids cover in whipping cream put the in the container with the fish fri close lid and shake till all of the shrimp are fully cover with fish fri.
- Repeat steps 4-5 for crisper shrimp.
- Preheat 2 inches of vegetable oil at 350° in skillet or enough to fill deep fryer.
- When oil is hot enough let the shrimp fry fori 3-5 mins our till golden.
Breaded and fried until golden brown and delicious, these Southern Fried Shrimp are tender and juicy with an incredibly crispy crust. Deep fried dishes aren't an everyday occurrence in our house so this is definitely a splurge for us. Deep frying foods don't require any special frying machines like you see on TV. Working in batches, dredge the shrimp first in one dish of dry mixture, then in the egg mixture, and then in the second dish of dry mixture. Set on a plate lined with paper towels.