C. W. Steamed Shrimp
C. W. Steamed Shrimp
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This comes from a good friend, and sounds excellent! I can imagine the taste of the shrimp. On my to cook list. Remember the most important part is just pink shrimp, if over cooked result is tough shrimp, important if using large shrimp. I will list steps for fresh and frozen shrimp.
Servings Prep Time
3 hungry people 10 minutes
Cook Time
10-18 minutes
Servings Prep Time
3 hungry people 10 minutes
Cook Time
10-18 minutes
C. W. Steamed Shrimp
Yum
Votes: 0
Rating: 0
You:
Rate this recipe!
Print Recipe
This comes from a good friend, and sounds excellent! I can imagine the taste of the shrimp. On my to cook list. Remember the most important part is just pink shrimp, if over cooked result is tough shrimp, important if using large shrimp. I will list steps for fresh and frozen shrimp.
Servings Prep Time
3 hungry people 10 minutes
Cook Time
10-18 minutes
Servings Prep Time
3 hungry people 10 minutes
Cook Time
10-18 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: hungry people
Instructions
  1. In a large steamer pot, add all of the ingredients as stated and mix together. Place a steamer rack or basket over the liquid.
  2. Add the shrimp to the steamer basket in layers, sprinkling with Old Bay and black pepper between the layers.
  3. Cover the steamer pot and bring to a boil.
For Frozen Shrimp
  1. Once the liquid is boiling, set a timer, 15 to 18 minutes is your target time, goal is all the shrimp pink. Mix the shrimp in the basket once in a while. Larger shrimp will be more time.
For Fresh Shrimp
  1. Once the liquid is boiling, set a timer, 10 minutes is your target time, goal is all the shrimp pink. Mix the shrimp in the bask once in a while. Larger shrimp will be more time.
When the Shrimp are Done
  1. Dump the shrimp to a large tray, serve with cocktail sauce, tartar sauce, an adult beverage (for adults), and enjoy!
Recipe Notes

I will price this when I get shrimp again. I will say fair cost for now.

Recipe provided by good friend, C. W. Elliot, and the original recipe isĀ here.
United States.

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