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Old 05-16-2005, 07:51 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by texasgirl
How long do you boil shrimp??
Texas, If you hate butter,garlic,pepper just ignore this one We had this last night,
3-lbs. raw shrimp, skins and tails left on
8-10 cloves med garlic minced
2-3 cubes of butter
and fresh cracked pepper coarse grind.
splash of white wine over mixed shrimp and butter
Melt butter, add minced garlic, set aside give your shrimp a good peppering,then pour butter over the shrimp and pepper again. If you like HOT add some tabasco and then a splash of white wine over shrimp, in casserole dish, large enough so shrip are maybe 2 deep..Put into a 400 oven for 10-15 min. remove from over, slice up lots of french bread, get container that will hold some shrimp and butter, place a large towel around your neck, and dig in, first grab a shrimp, suck off the butter, peel, re-dunk in butter along with a bite of the bread... Afterward you will smell like a rose and look like a greased but boy will your tummy love you
All kidding aside, We adore this way to fix shrimp..An yes it will clog the old arteries, but, we usually are pretty careful but some times we go for broke on sunday
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