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Chile Lime Shrimp with Roasted Poblano Cream // Not Without Salt

Chile Lime Shrimp with Roasted Poblano Cream // Not Without Salt

I want to tell you all about this recipe. I would like to sit down with you and urge you to get some shrimp marinating immediately because the sooner you do the quicker you’ll be to putting one of these tangy, slightly spicy shrimp into your mouth. I would also encourage heavy dipping into the smoky and rich sauce. But I’m running out of time so I’ll just have to trust the images will be enticing enough.

As it is I’m late to pick up my boy from his first day of all day school, lunch is still sitting on the table from three hours ago, dishes are in the sink (that’s nothing new) and the other two kids have been watching a movie for the last hour while I try and tackle my growing to do list. So, as I said, I wish I had more time to urge you to make this recipe. You’ll just have to trust me and get on it.

Chile Lime Shrimp with Roasted Poblano Cream // Not Without Salt

As a contributor for S.Pellegrino’s Practice the Art of Fine Food program I created this recipe and post along with many others that can be found on their Facebook page here.

 

33 Responses to “Chile Lime Shrimp with Roasted Poblano Cream”

  1. Lauren @ The Highlands Life

    Oh my word. I love shrimp but my husband isn’t the biggest fan except for if we are at the beach. But me? I’ll eat it anytime. These look delicious and right up my alley for a night at home alone while the husband is in meetings or hanging with the guys.

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  2. Sarah @ maypurr

    Hi, your shrimps look great. I have never had great experiences cooking anything with soy sauce and brown sugar because I always found they burn too quickly. I was thinking of using your recipe but searing for two minute on one side and then a quick sear of 30 minutes on the other.

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  3. Marcia Blakeman

    My mouth is already watering! These look wonderful, can’t wait to try them. Love your blog, have tried many of the recipes and haven’t been disappointed yet. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and recipes. :)

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  4. Shobelyn Dayrit

    Marriage is an effort, indeed. Those times when your partner is so annoying, it takes effort to accept that. As the days pass by, we will realize that our partners are not the perfect person we envision them to be; so it takes commitment and work to stay married and have fun at the same time as imperfect couple.

    I am now married for 14 years now, we have two kids and the romance may have flickered not as much , but our bond is in the our commitment with each other and knowing that we are each others’ best friend -forever.

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  5. Valerie

    I was ready to make the shrimp and poblano sauce last night….. But … No recipe! I am new to this blog. So did I miss something?

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    • Ashley Rodriguez

      Valerie,
      Welcome to the blog! Normally I do post the recipe but this post was directing you to a recipe I created for S.Pellegrino. The link is in the post and you can find the recipe among their collection of daily recipes. Thanks for reading!

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  6. Jessica H.

    Normally you have the recipe posted below your pictures and article? Where can I find this recipe? looks great!!!

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  7. David B

    I wanted to try this, but since I cannot seem to import the recipe with either ChefTap or Ziplist, due to the fact, I think, that its a Facebook page…not very “user-friendly” in that sense…guess I will pass on this one…

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  8. Brian @ A Thought For Food

    Holy moly! Does this look amazing or WHAT?!?!?! I do a marinated grilled shrimp that’s very similar to this (don’t you just love how the shrimp is infused with all that wonderful flavor?) but that cream… damn, I need that in my life.

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  9. Nelson

    Wow. These photos have my mouth watering! That sauce looks so creamy and delicious. Thank you for this. If I wasn’t hungry before I sure am now.

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  10. Gene Cox

    The way that you suggested to marinate the shrimp made it an inescapable try. It was great and now several family members have used this several times. Thanks.

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