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Old 12-06-2012, 10:28 PM   #11
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Went with a scaled down (butter wise) version of the bbq shrimp.

Boiled the shrimp with salt and a dried jalapeno. Boiled 2 minutes, lid on heat off for 3. PERFECT

Melted 1 stick butter and simmered onion, garlic, rosemary and thyme and parsley.
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Added 8 oz low hop pale ale (mine) to the jalapeno salt shrimp.
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Done...and WOW. Perfect texture, herbs and cajun meld nicely.....
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Reduced remaining butter and herbs and added 1 tbsp ketchup and 1 tsp habanero powder for dipping. WOW
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A little good sourdough rounded it out...........Sopping up sauce.......ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhdroooooooool.......... ..

OK! happened. Resounding success! Thank you!

(BTW Stakeland (movie), Netflix streaming...had to stop it several times. The Awesomeness of the movie and the shrimp collided several times.)

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Aw man, I would have done a spicy Shrimp Fra Diavolo But that looks awesome!!!

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Fra Diavolo was the first thing that came to mind for me as well, or a cioppino.

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I haven't made it in years, methinks I know what I'm cooking for dinner this weekend.

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I've always had good luck with Giada's recipe. Kicked up a little of course

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While that is a good option. I cannot stress more that:

A these were the best shrimp I've made
B these were the best shrimp I've tasted
C I am Effing PICKY about shrimp
D I am still half comatose from eating them, thank GAWD I devised a "less" butter option that still left me in a semicoma....
E DID YOU SEE THA PICTURES????????

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While that is a good option. I cannot stress more that:


E DID YOU SEE THA PICTURES????????
Yeah I've been freaking drooling over them....can't wait to stop and pick up some shrimp after work tomorrow.
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If they are really big ( #8 or bigger ) I'd butterfly them, a quick broil with butter, garlic and a few pepper flakes. Sprinkle with parsley and you have a killer entree.

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