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Old 12-06-2010, 03:42 PM   #1
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Fiona's Barbeque Shrimp

Fiona's Barbeque Shrimp

Party Food - Utensils Optional

2 - 3 pounds Medium to Large Shrimp
Olive Oil
Tabasco
Worcestershire Sauce
Flaked Sea Salt
Fresh Ground Black Pepper
2 sticks of Butter, cold, cut into pats
3 - 4 Fresh Lemons, zest and juice

Place shrimp in a large baking pan with sides. Spread in a single layer. Drizzle Olive Oil over, about cup, and GENEROUSLY sprinkle with Black Pepper and Sea Salt. Pour lemon juice over the shrimp.

Adding the Tabasco depends entirely on how much heat you can stand. You are adding it over the shells, so you can be enthusiastic, about 20 shakes. Place the pats of butter over the shrimp (if I don’t use two sticks of butter I go into fits and slam my head on the cutting board) and sprinkle on the lemon zest.

Broil the shrimp in the oven for about 10 minutes or until shrimp are no longer translucent. Toss in the juices and serve

Plop hot pan on table covered in newspaper, serve with a large loaf of crusty bread…just tear off the chunks like the savages you are.
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Old 12-06-2010, 04:18 PM   #2
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sounds divine. and sopping up da juice with dat bread......aaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh
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sounds divine. and sopping up da juice with dat bread......aaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh
It's the perfect start for a card party
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me likey!
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Fiona's Barbeque Shrimp Fiona's Barbeque Shrimp Party Food - Utensils Optional 2 - 3 pounds Medium to Large Shrimp Olive Oil Tabasco Worcestershire Sauce Flaked Sea Salt Fresh Ground Black Pepper 2 sticks of Butter, cold, cut into pats 3 - 4 Fresh Lemons, zest and juice Place shrimp in a large baking pan with sides. Spread in a single layer. Drizzle Olive Oil over, about cup, and GENEROUSLY sprinkle with Black Pepper and Sea Salt. Pour lemon juice over the shrimp. Adding the Tabasco depends entirely on how much heat you can stand. You are adding it over the shells, so you can be enthusiastic, about 20 shakes. Place the pats of butter over the shrimp (if I don’t use two sticks of butter I go into fits and slam my head on the cutting board) and sprinkle on the lemon zest. Broil the shrimp in the oven for about 10 minutes or until shrimp are no longer translucent. Toss in the juices and serve Plop hot pan on table covered in newspaper, serve with a large loaf of crusty bread…just tear off the chunks like the savages you are. 3 stars 1 reviews
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