I also had some pre-cooked shrimp that I had to defrost in some cold water. This recipe was from Myrecipes.com and also called for Old Bay seasoning. Be sure to use the one without the lemon. Our rice was good but a bit acidic. I also added a few pat of butter and some chicken soup base or bouillon because I thought I needed something. I also didn't use any oil and just softened my veggies in the reducing broth.
Low Country Shrimp Pilaf
1 1/2 c. green pepper
1 cup onion diced
1 TBSP garlic
2 tsps old bay seasoning
1 lb peeled and deveined shrimp
1/2 cup wine
1 8oz bottle of clam juice
1 1/2 cups white rice cooked (I didn't use the instant but long grain)
2 TBSP thyme
1 14.5 oz can diced tomatoes with jalapeno
chicken soup base or bouillon
2 pats butter
Here is where I did my own thing. I am trying to avoid oil so I added the onion and pepper to the wine, clam juice, Old Bay, and Thyme. I let it come to a boil and reduced it for about 3 minutes. I then added the tomatoes and the pre-cooked shrimp. I only needed to heat the shrimp up for a few minutes. Then I added in the rice and let the rice soak up the tomato juice. I then removed it from the heat and added the few pats of butter and some salt. All in all we liked this recipe and it's something we would eat again. We were eating in about 15 minutes.