If you want to create a unique, tasty meal, a shrimp bowl is an amazing choice. With shrimp bowls, the possibilities are endless. Start with a base, add your favorite veggies and SeaPak shrimp, and smother it all in sauce. There’s no need for a side dish. Prep time is minimal. Kitchen cleanup is easy. Plus, they’re a great choice for families with picky eaters or diet restrictions as each colorful bowl can be customized. We’ve put together a list of our favorite shrimp bowl recipes to make even weeknight dinners stress-free. Not only are they so delicious you’ll want to dive in headfirst, but they’re also super easy to make.
This Hawaiian Shrimp Bowl isn’t as good as a vacation, but it will remind you of the islands. With sweet, juicy Jumbo Coconut Shrimp, grilled pineapple, and fresh lime, this shrimp bowl is a tropical paradise in every bite. It’s like having a taste of a Hawaiian sunset sans sunburns and kids screaming on the plane. Mahalo!
Traditionally, poke features raw fish on a bed of fresh vegetables and sushi rice. For those who prefer a twist on tradition, the Spicy Shrimp Poke Bowl is the perfect match. Coat SeaPak Shrimp Scampi in spicy mayo, sesame oil, and soy sauce for a flavor-packed punch. In about 15 minutes, you’ll have a fresh mouthwatering meal.
Traditional burrito ingredients of black beans, corn, and salsa serve as the base of this tasty shrimp bowl. You can add extra flavor with cilantro, lime, or even jalapeño peppers for some kick. Get saucy by adding sour cream or queso. Whatever your preference, these Shrimp Burrito Bowls are easy to make your own, and sure to please.
This shrimp bowl is easy to create and loaded with goodness. The dish starts with zesty cilantro lime rice. The black beans are cooked with fragrant flavors, and queso fresco adds complexity to the meal. Serve these Mexican Tortilla Shrimp Bowls with tortilla chips for added crunch.
These Shrimp Fried Rice Bowls are another great dish to help you feel like a kitchen wizard. Just about any chopped veggie tastes great with a fragrant garlic-ginger sauce and crunchy Popcorn Shrimp. Use frozen peas and carrots or mix it up with broccoli, baby corn, asparagus, or green beans. The more veggies, the merrier!
Prep time for this shrimp rice bowl is about five minutes. You’d never guess that based on taste. If you’re feeling adventurous (or really need to clean out your vegetable drawer), get creative with Popcorn Shrimp and Yellow Rice. Sauté bell peppers, onion, spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, or zucchini in bacon fat (yum!) before you cook your rice. Everything tastes good cooked with bacon.
Our Sheet Pan Coconut Shrimp and Crispy Noodles are a tasty take on a Cantonese Chow Mein. Serve sweet, flavorful Jumbo Coconut Shrimp with baked ramen noodles so crispy everyone will swear they’re fried. Garnish with fresh cilantro and lime to make the meal feel like you made it from scratch. All you have to do is pop it in the oven.
This is not your tragic college dorm room ramen. Our Lime Popcorn Shrimp Ramen Noodles are super-fast, delectable, and satisfying. This recipe requires just five minutes of prep time, so you can make it during a commercial break. Topped with lime and cilantro, this bowl has a fresh, citrusy kick to balance the sweet and spicy sauce.
The Shrimp Teriyaki and Broccoli Noodle Bowl is packed with savory, umami goodness. Green onions and broccoli add a satisfying and delicious balance. If you’re craving a little kick, add a pinch of Japanese 7-spice seasoning or Togarashi! Get your chopsticks ready and dig in.
This elegant Italian-Style Shrimp and Grits bowl works for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner. This bowl is flavorful, thanks to tangy tomatoes and spicy Italian chicken sausage. Forget about spending all day cooking traditional grits—creamy polenta is here to save the day (and your time).
Honey and gorgonzola are an unexpected, yet delicious flavor combination. Crispy kale adds a pop of peppery goodness to creamy grits. You don’t have to be from the south to enjoy these Honeyed Shrimp with Crispy Kale & Gorgonzola Grits.
Layer Crispy Honey Sesame Shrimp on a bed of fluffy white rice for a versatile sweet and savory dish. Add your favorite sautéed green veggies to round it out. We love Brussels sprouts, but broccoli, green beans, peas, or spinach also work nicely. Add whatever makes you happy and live your best life!
Cauliflower “rice” may sound complicated, but it’s easy to make—all you need is a food processor. Plus, it’s packed with vitamin C. Simply add one can of fire roasted corn and one can of black beans. Then round it all out with sautéed shrimp for a savory delight. The Cauliflower Rice Bowl with Shrimp is so effortless you’ll want to make it every week.
This fresh, peppery kale salad is packed with flavor, and prep time is minimal. The homemade ginger lime dressing is sweetened with honey, which cuts the bitterness of the kale and radishes. You don’t have to feel limited to kale—use any leafy greens you have lying around! Arugula, spinach, frisée—it all works as a base for this nutrient-packed shrimp bowl.
Salad bowls are especially nice because of the wide variety of options available. This Autumn Salad Bowl calls for pear and walnuts, but you can substitute apples or toasted almonds. The key to this dish is the creamy Gorgonzola cheese. Trust us, the creamy goodness of Gorgonzola will make you forget all about any sad, boring salads you once ate.