Date nights are few and far between these days due to our hectic schedules, oh and due to the fact that I could give birth any day now. To say I am tired is an understatement, but my taste buds shouldn’t suffer. Like most people my mouth waters at the thought of that restaurant cult fave Bang Bang Shrimp. It is spicy yet sweet and that coating is perfectly absorbed into those delicious fried pieces of shrimp.
To schedule a sitter, try and squish my swollen ankles into a cute pair of heels, wait 45 mins to be seated at a restaurant, all while yawning wishing I was at home in my sweatpants…is not a date night I would enjoy currently.
A quick trip to Walmart allows me to get the same deliciousness while in the comfort of my own home. I picked up the SeaPak® Butterfly Shrimp & SeaPak® Popcorn Shrimp for a date night in of wining and dinning.
Seapak’s® new recipe book features 40 meal solutions and pairings to help make decisions easy and weekly shopping a breeze. The booklet contains SeaPak® recipe solutions to try with all their varieties of shrimp available. SeaPak® is committed to sharing the best inspiration for relaxed living and mindful eating. Plus booklet will be included in grab bag for first time online grocery shoppers who order between March 1st and the first half of April.
For the wine portion of the wine and dine, I grabbed the hubs a 3-liter of Black Box Cabernet Sauvignon Wine. Just because I can’t enjoy a large glass of wine doesn’t mean my husband can’t still enjoy himself. Each box contains the equivalent of four 750ml bottles of award-winning premium wine. It stays fresh for up to six weeks—first glass is as fresh as the last. Which means that it will still be fresh enough for me to enjoy even after baby arrives! Thats a win win!
Cook the shrimp as instructed on the box.
Create sauce: 1/2 cup mayo, 1/4 sweet thai chili sauce, 1 1/2 tablespoons honey & whisk until combined.
Once shrimp is cooked drizzle sauce over shrimp while hot and toss lightly
Serve with Black Box Wine 🙂
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What are some of your favorite shrimp recipes?
Have any that I should try?
Let me know!