15 Keto Shrimp Recipes That You Must Try

By Adelaide | Dinner Recipes

Oct 10
keto shrimp recipes

Shrimp are a life-saver when I need to get dinner on the table in a hurry. Whether grilled on the BBQ or sautéed in a pan, I can get an tasteful shrimp dish ready within minutes. Available in a variety of sizes and styles at the grocery store, shrimp are an easy way to boost any dish’s protein content.

Shrimp can also be a great way to get the minerals you need on Keto. We’ve collect a list of our favorite Keto shrimp recipes, whether it’s a Thai-inspired shrimp soup with coconut and lime flavors or an easy shrimp and salad. These Keto shrimp recipes will inspire you to create a beeline for the seafood section on your next trip to the market!

1.Keto Shrimp Fried Rice

Ingredients: shrimp, cauliflower, carrot, avocado oil, gluten-free tamari sauce, sesame oil, garlic, spring onions, salt.

Fried rice dishes make a lovely light meal to enjoy during the week as they are quick and easy to get ready after a busy day and can be full of flavor. Cauliflower rice is a great substitute for white rice as it is much more easily digested and does not cause bloating. It also tastes good with shrimp which add the meaty note to this dish and it can be quite cheap too since you can use frozen shrimp.

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2. Paleo Cucumber Ginger Shrimp

Ingredients: cucumber, large shrimp/prawns, fresh ginger, salt, pepper, coconut oil.

Let’s imagine a fresh and satisfying light shrimp lunch with cucumber on a hot summer day and one that only takes fifteen minutes to prepare! The grated ginger adds a lovely subtle heat to the dish and the cucumber makes it juicy and delicious. Cook the shrimp until they turn red then dig in with a fork and enjoy!

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3. AIP Shrimp Fried Rice

Ingredients: shrimp, onion, garlic, coconut aminos, carrots, green onions, cauliflower,avocado oil, coconut aminos, salt…

One of the best things about fried ‘rice’ meals is that they can be versatile – use whatever vegetables you have and add in shrimp or any other meat. It can be a great way to use up leftover chicken or pork from a roast dinner, but for a lighter option the shrimp fits the bill! 

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4. Low Carb Lemon Crumbed Shrimps

Ingredients: almond meal/flour, lemon zest, salt, pepper, precooked frozen shrimps.

Here is another great scrap coating to use with fish as the lemon zest sits really well with any seafood. If you are trying to get away from eating breadcrumb coating, this would be a good option to choose, whether it is for a snack or a main meal. Leave the tails on the shrimp if you are intending to serve this as finger food because they make great handles!

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5.Shrimp & Samphire Stir-Fry

Ingredients: sesame oil, steamed shrimp, shiitake mushrooms, samphire, roasted sesame seeds, bok choy.

Samphire is a plant that was originally found by the seaside across Europe, but there are varieties that grow across the globe. It has a salty taste and a lightly crunchy texture and works so well with seafood. Stir-frying is a great way to use samphire as you don’t want to overcook it. Please don’t be tempted to add any salt to the dish as this plant is rich in salt and other minerals.

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6. Quick And Easy Sautéed Shrimp

Ingredients: ghee, wild-caught pink shrimp, sweet bell peppers, garlic, Himalayan salt, freshly cracked black pepper, fresh thyme.

Just because a recipe only has a few ingredients and is not a complex mix of flavors doesn’t mean it won’t be tasty – simple clean eating can be just as satisfying. Once the shrimp has cooked, set aside and use the oil remaining to cook your accompaniment, for example zucchini noodles. You can add in herbs to boost the flavor or keep it real clean and eat it as it is.

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7. Keto Coconut Shrimp

Ingredients: coconut flour, egg, coconut flakes, shrimp, oil, salt, ground black pepper, lime wedges.

The coating on these is a good combination of textures, especially if you use shredded and flaked coconut together. It is not essential to have a deep-fryer – you can use a deep pan – then after it has cooled you can clean the oil through a coffee filter.

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8. Paleo/GF Popcorn Shrimp

Ingredients: small shrimp, coconut oil, eggs, coconut flour, paleo cajun seasoning

Just because a recipe only has a few ingredients and is not a complex mix of flavors doesn’t mean it won’t be tasty – simple clean eating can be just as satisfying. Once the shrimp has cooked, set aside and use the oil remaining to cook your accompaniment, for example zucchini noodles. You can add some herbs to boost the flavor or keep it real clean and eat it as it is.

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9. Crispy Low Carb Coconut Shrimp

Ingredients: shrimp, unsweetened shredded coconut, egg, coconut flour, lemon juice or lime, chili powder, cayenne pepper, ground cumin, smoked paprika, salt, black pepper, garlic, olive or avocado oil.

This recipe describes how to cover the shrimp in a delicious coconut crispy coating, giving you the perfect snack or to have for a party. This would also be a great appetizer served with a dipping sauce or salsa for a dinner party and the chili powder and cayenne give these tasty bites a good heat, but this can be adjusted for folks who don’t do spicy.

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10. Oven Fried Garlic Parmesan Shrimp (Contains Dairy)

Ingredients: jumbo shrimp, olive oil, garlic, sea salt, black pepper, almond flour, Parmesan cheese, garlic powder, butter, fresh parsley (optional).

With these shrimp recipe will make a fantastic dish to serve for lunch with a salad, or as an impressive food to provide at a party with friends. You could even serve them with a homemade dip to impress even more! If you are dipping these in a sauce it is a good idea to leave the tails on so they can be eaten as finger food.

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11. Low Carb Coconut Battered Shrimp Revised

Ingredients: eggs, coconut flour, baking powder, salt, pepper, preferred seasoning (optional), shrimp, unsweetened shredded coconut.

It may come as a bit of a surprise, but the flavors of coconut and shrimp go so well together! The coconut crisps up when it is deep-fried and gives the shrimp a lovely crispy shell. This is another recipe that would make great party food, or you could serve these with a crisp salad for lunch. You don’t need to invest in a deep-fryer – just pour some oil in a deep pan but keep an eye on the temperature!

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12.Lemon Garlic Baked Shrimp

Ingredients: shrimp, garlic, lemon juice, ghee, salt, black pepper, bell peppers, mushrooms, zucchini.

Who doesn’t like fish with lemon? It is a classic! If you would rather, this dish can be cooked in the oven, but the shrimp look amazing threaded onto skewers and grilled. The peppers add loads of color and you can use any type of mushroom you want. Impress your guests at your next dinner party or serve this at the next family barbecue.

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13. Coconut Lemongrass Shrimp Soup (Tom Kha Gai)

Ingredients: Wellness Meats Wild-Caught Raw Brown Shrimp, coconut cream, chicken stock, button mushrooms, lemongrass stalk, ginger, Thai chili (optional), fish sauce, lime juice, salt, cilantro.

Ideal after a busy day, this Thai soup is easy to prepare, yet is so satisfying and filling. This recipe uses the traditional Thai flavors of lime, lemon and fish sauce to give a delicious soup. If you find it difficult to find lime leaves, remember that they can be frozen, so when you can find them, buy loads and freeze for later!

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14.Garlic Shrimp Caesar Salad

Ingredients: shrimp, olive oil, lemon juice, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper, romaine lettuce, cucumber, Dijon mustard, Paleo mayo, parsley, sliced almonds.

Served with the creamy sauce and over crisp lettuce and cucumber, the shrimp give a delightful alternative to chicken in this salad. For a celebration meal, this could be served in small portions as an appetizer, but would also make a good main course.

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15. Magic Shrimp

Ingredients: shrimp, seasoning blend of choice, fresh lime juice, broccoli, avocado oil.

Here is another adaptable recipe that you can have ready in a matter of minutes! Perfect for the holidays when you have a load of other things to do, or after a busy day when you can’t wait too long for a satisfying meal. You can use whatever vegetables you prefer and whatever seasoning you love, but I recommend an Italian seasoning would taste great here.

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