Jerk Shrimp

Hello everyone,

So I have gone Jerk Crazy……the seasoning that is. I am finding ways to put it on everything.  So, when one of my closes friends called and said…..hey I have a little surprise for. …stop by over the weekend to get it. She found Organic Farm Raised Shrimp.  She knows how much I love shrimp/seafood and that my protein requirements are organic or wild caught.  I was very excited when I got them and knew just what I was going to do with them…….so now let me share.


1/2 – 1 lb. Shrimp  ( or more)                     3 T. Jerk Seasoning
1/4 t. Sea Salt
1/2 C. Chicken Stock


In a pan on medium heat add your chicken stock and 1Tablespoon of Jerk Seasoning,  stir to evenly combine.

Place Shrimp in plastic bag add 2 Tablespoons of Jerk Seasoning and salt. Shake to get everything evenly coated.

Place shrimp into the pan and cook until pink, flip and cook until other side is pink. 


That’s it your done. I served the shrimp as an appetizer but feel free to add quinoa or rice with veggies for a complete meal.

Until Next Time,

Sewloveable ☺


Herb & Lemon Buttered Broiled Flounder

Hello all,

In my life making a meal that is delicious and quick is…… of the best things” EVER”.   I was in a seafood mood, so I decided to play around with the flounder I had in the freezer.  I am all for experimenting and trust me I have many fails and successful experiences.  So I continue to tweak what didn’t work out so well and keep the successful things in rotation.

So let’s get started…………………….



6 pieces of flounder

2 Tbs of butter

1/4 tsp of salt

1 lemon

1/4 tsp of dried or fresh parsley, black pepper, red pepper flakes, onion powder, garlic powder


Set your oven to broil 500°

Line and baking tray with parchment paper

Lay your fish onto the baking tray and sprinkle each piece with salt.

In a measuring cup melt 2 Tbs of butter in the microwave for 30 second

Zest your lemon into the melted butter and then cut the lemon in half and squeeze all the juice of that lemon into the melted butter.

Add all your herbs and spice, stir to get everything evenly mixed

Pour your mixture over each piece of flounder

Let it broil for 5-8 minutes (the time depends on your oven and thickness of fish) my oven takes 8 minutes.

Serve with whatever you like.

Enjoy & Until Next Time,