My husband made this delicious meal for me with wild harvested shrimp that I picked up at our local supermarket. It was a quick and easy to make dish, with only a few ingredients.
Wild caught shrimp, as opposed to farm raised, is harvested from off coastal ocean waters using traditional sea vessels. Harvesting wild shrimp is regulated and has annual production limits.
This was something my husband threw together, so adjust the measurements and cooking time for your own taste.
First, clean and rinse one pound of shrimp. Next, melt three tablespoons of butter in a skillet, on medium – high heat. Then, add a generous amount of garlic to the butter (we added about three tablespoons) and saute it until slightly brown.
Add the cleaned shrimp and baby corn to the butter & garlic mixture, and saute until the shrimp turn pink and slightly opaque.
We found the can of baby corn in the Asian food section in our local supermarket. Just open the can and drain the water.
This was sooooooo good! The butter and garlic was the perfect flavoring because it allowed the taste of the shrimp and baby corn to come though without overpowering it.