Chipotle Shrimp Tacos



You ever make something so simple, yet it tastes amazingly delicious. You’re wondering “how is this so good”? That’s how I feel about these Chipotle Shrimp Tacos. It’s #tactotuesday over on the Gram & seeing so many taco posts inspired me to write up this long overdue recipe for you guys. As I write this, I’m getting tempted to go the store to pick up what I need to make this again. Hope you enjoy this simple recipe & let me know what you think! Xoxo


1 package of Wild Caught raw shrimp (large or medium)

1 tbsp of minced garlic

1 tbsp of Old Bay seasoning

1 tsp of paprika

1 tbsp of organic butter

Chosen Foods chipotle ranch

1 package of Dole cole slaw mix

Annie’s Home Grown ceasar dressing

1 roma tomato

1/2 bunch of cilantro

Fiesta southwest tortillas (from Whole Foods)

1 Avocado (optional)



Peel and detail defrosted shrimp

In a skillet on medium heat, add 1 tbsp of butter. When butter starts melting, stir in minced garlic & shrimp. Then sprinkle Old Bay & paprika seasoning over shrimp. Continue to stir shrimp around until they turn pink. When shrimp are pink all over, take skillet off heat.

On a cutting board, dice tomato into small cubes & chop up cilantro.

Add 1/2 of Dole cole slaw mix into a bowl & mix in 4 tbsp of ceasar dressing.

Heat tortillas on a griddle or pop them in the microwave for a seconds.

Load your tacos, starting with cole slaw on the bottom. Then layer with shrimp, tomatoes, cilantro & drizzle a generous amount of chipotle ranch. Optional topping: sliced avocado.

Hope you enjoy this fiesta!









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