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Sweet, spicy and gorgeous Pomegranate Glazed Shrimp served over steamed rice!
For the pomegranate glaze:
1. In a small saucepan melt the butter over low heat. Then add the garlic and the crushed red pepper flakes and cook on low for about 2 minutes.
2. Add the pomegranate juice and whisk in the sugar. Raise the heat a simmer and simmer until the mixture thickens and reduces to half.
3. Then add the balsamic vinegar and keep cooking until a syrup forms and totals about ½ cup. This should take about 15 minutes
For the shrimp:
4. Heat a non-stick pan over high heat and add the butter. Sprinkle the shrimp with salt on both sides.
5. Add the shrimp into the pan with the melted butter and cook on high heat so that they get golden and crispy on the outside and are just cooked through on the inside (about 2-3 minutes on each side.)
6. Transfer the shrimp to the warm glaze and stir to coat the shrimp. Transfer the shrimp to the top of a bowl of rice and top with extra glaze if desired.
Feel free to customize the toppings to your taste. I like my wrap with avocado, tomato and lettuce while my husband likes the chicken on a bun as a club sandwich. The real key to this recipe is the marinade.
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