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Creamy Chipotle Shrimp and Rice in 15 Minutes


We’re getting a little spicy in the kitchen today! I don’t know about you but I like a little kick to my food sometimes. I also like when I can have dinner ready in under 15 minutes!

My life is super busy, with twin  one year old boys and a 4 year old girl, a husband who works long hours and is also in school, juggling multiple gigs myself…along with everyday craziness, life can be hectic!

Some nights it’s nice to put the kids to bed just a few minutes early and whip up a quick meal like this one, and enjoy some time with my love!

I went to Jewel and picked up one of Campbell’s new Skillet Sauces

Campbells skillet sauces

I chose the creamy Chipotle flavor, but  you really can’t go wrong with flavors like Fire Roasted Tomato, Toasted Sesame, Marsala, Scampi, and Thai Green Curry. You can find them in the soup aisle and this month you can get a coupon on their Facebook page.
All it takes is 3 ingredients – shrimp, rice, and the sauce of your choice, and in 15 minutes you have a fabulous meal!


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Creamy Chipotle Shrimp and Rice

Serves 2-4
Prep time 15 minutes
Meal type Lunch, Main Dish
This creamy chipotle sauce gives the shrimp and rice a spicy kick!


  • 1 packet Campell's creamy chipotle sauce
  • 1lb large cooked shrimp (peeled, deveined )
  • 3 cups cooked rice


Step 1
Heat sauce in a skillet on low heat for about 5 minutes. Stir in shrimp and spoon over rice. Enjoy!


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12 Responses to “Creamy Chipotle Shrimp and Rice in 15 Minutes”

  1. Andrea Kruse says:

    You know, I will do just about anything for shrimp! This looks amazing. I knew I should have bought one of each of the Skillet Sauces pouches. It is just so hard to choose. I must make this one next time.
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  2. i like a little kick in my foods too Stephanie! And now I need to get my hands on one of those convenient little sauces!
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  3. Terry says:

    This looks amazing!
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  4. Love how easy this is. . .perfect for our busy weeknights!
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  5. What a great recipe Stephanie! I love fast recipes too, by dinner I’m pooped. Gonna try this one for sure!
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  6. WOW!!!! You had me at “chipotle”!!! This looks just amazing and I’m all about quick and easy recipes! Thanks for sharing this!! =D

  7. Michelle says:

    We love shrimp and spicy so this would be the perfect dish for me and my family. Yum!
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  8. amanda says:

    How did you cook the shrimp? Should I boil them or stir fry them ?
    Thank you :-)

  9. Michelle says:

    Stephanie, this looks delicious! I’m featuring you on Tasty Creations later today :) Have a great weekend!

  10. Tammy says:

    Just saw this underneath the rice and red bean soup. I cannot resist anything that’s creamy! ;D Mmmm heavenly!

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