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Old 12-06-2012, 06:48 PM   #1
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Default SHRIMP (no pics yet) what to make?

Got some BIG beautiful pinks for dinner tonight.

Thinking kinda decadent, but might just go shrimp cocktail.


Any thoughts?
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Old 12-06-2012, 07:05 PM   #2
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When I used to get fresh shrimp all the time, panko, Parmesan, & fresh garlic in the broiler was always my fallback.
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Old 12-06-2012, 07:25 PM   #3
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http://www.gumbopages.com/food/seafood/bbq-shrimp.html

Tasty, tasty, tasty!!!!!
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Old 12-06-2012, 07:28 PM   #4
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When I used to get fresh shrimp all the time, panko, Parmesan, & fresh garlic in the broiler was always my fallback.
That sounds good...you are saying lightly breaded? Kinda makes me think shrimp parmesan in marinara........

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I have some dark roux needing to be used.......but dammit! I did gumbo a week ago.
LOVE gumbo, but these shrimp need to be SHOWCASED!!!!!

EDIT*DOH!! sorry! saw gumbo in the web address link and assumed! My bad.

hmmmmm.....

That's a lot of butter. That might be a winner!
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Marinated in Frank's Hot Sauce, and grilled. Small tortillas, avacado, diced white onion, and cilantro. Shrimp tacos.
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Pics or didn't happen.

No seriously... pics please?

I vote salt and pepper with a little olive oil and panko... very simple.

Ooooh, and make a siracha ginger teriyaki dipping sauce............................................
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Those are some biguns! Kinda breaded, i think I'd toss it all together and then throw the extra panko/cheese mix on top of the shrimp in the baking dish. Knowing me, there was probably some butter in there, too. I need to quit helping you figure out what to make and start thinking about our dinner. Worked on the neighbors barn all day and have about 6 hours of beer stuff to knock out tonight, ooh, speaking of panko, there's eggplant parm in the freezer.
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That sounds good...you are saying lightly breaded? Kinda makes me think shrimp parmesan in marinara........



I have some dark roux needing to be used.......but dammit! I did gumbo a week ago.
LOVE gumbo, but these shrimp need to be SHOWCASED!!!!!

EDIT*DOH!! sorry! saw gumbo in the web address link and assumed! My bad.

hmmmmm.....

That's a lot of butter. That might be a winner!
If you don't make it with the shrimp you have now, make it sometime in the future......and don't forget garlic bread.

Tasty stuff I tell ya.....tasty stuff.
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Marinate in a bit of lime juice for 10-15 min and then grill them and glaze with a Mango Habanero salsa or some type of pepper jelly. Serve on top of some wild rice.
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