Rosemary Shrimp with a White Wine Sauce

So, I was going to run errands tonight and just eat cereal when I got home but because of the wicked rain, sleet and cold, I just came home and ate cereal.   Then I remembered that I wanted to make this rosemary shrimp.  After I ate the cereal.  Guess I’ll be taking it for lunch tomorrow.

I’m not very talkative tonight, so I’ll just get to the recipe.  Then I’ll just go sit in a corner and read.  And be quiet.

Rosemary shrimp (2)

8 large shrimps, tail removed and deveined

1 T butter

1 T Olive oil

1 tsp chopped Rosemary

Salt & Pepper

¼ c White wine

Heat butter and oil in pan and toss in the shrimp, salt and pepper to taste.  When the shrimp are just about done on one side, sprinkle with half the rosemary and turn them.  Slowly add the wine and sprinkle the shrimp with the remaining rosemary.  Cook on a medium high heat until shrimp are done and most of the sauce has reduced.

I like to serve this over Orzo with spinach, pour the remaining white wine sauce over the shrimp and orzo.

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