This one-dish meal marries the best flavors from summer shore dinners—seafood and corn— with the smokiness of Spanish paprika and chorizo.
Agree this recipe was time consuming with several steps but made enough for leftovers which made up for it. Very good- I substituted Cajun chicken sausage for the chorizo, excellent!
I have made this several times and love this recipe. Make sure to use Spanish chorizo, really makes a difference. After grilling bread, I have begun cubing into large croutons. I like it this way better. Labor intensive- but it is a whole summer meal in one.
Quite tasty. Nice combination of ingredients. I broiled the corn, shrimp and bread, and made extra bread for the table. Next time I will use smoked Spanish chorizo in place of unsmoked. Also, I will make and use more dressing to flavor the bread a touch.
This was good- but a bit more elaborate on making the vinagrette (infused garlic and paprika in oil) - just keep that in mind.. We take time to prepare meals but this one was a little more for how it turned out so that's why it's a 3 star..
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