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Old 10-27-2013, 05:59 PM   #21
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I think in that video, he realized he was in trouble with it being to soupy and felt he had to try and rescue it the best he could. He probably didn't have any more shrimp to do it all over again.
I had another 8oz in the fridge.
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Old 10-28-2013, 09:05 AM   #22
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In the past, I have used a similar technique with raw chicken. And yes, the mixture was very mushy. The mixture was chilled to make it able to be handled, formed into nuggets, and dipped in flour and panko breadcrumbs. They were then fried. The texture was surprisingly like natural chicken. I think the egg would do the same to the shrimp, without changing the flavor. It would be like making a shrimp hot dog, only without the casing.

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It would be like making a shrimp hot dog, only without the casing.
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