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X-POST from Food: Ways to saute/season/cook shrimp??

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DaniJude
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X-POST from Food: Ways to saute/season/cook shrimp??

Check it out... X-POST FROM FOOD!!!

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Posted 10/30/08 1:49 AM
 
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1stimemom
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Re: X-POST from Food: Ways to saute/season/cook shrimp??

I would put a little garlic and butter in a pan and simmer it until golden brown. Then add the shrimp and cook them on low. That would compliment your pasta perfectly. If you really want a touch of spice, you can add a dab of wasabi in with the garlic and butter. It sounds so yummy... you are making me hungry!Chat Icon Chat Icon

Posted 10/30/08 1:53 AM
 

DaniJude
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Danielle

Re: X-POST from Food: Ways to saute/season/cook shrimp??

Posted by 1stimemom

I would put a little garlic and butter in a pan and simmer it until golden brown. Then add the shrimp and cook them on low. That would compliment your pasta perfectly. If you really want a touch of spice, you can add a dab of wasabi in with the garlic and butter. It sounds so yummy... you are making me hungry!Chat Icon Chat Icon



Oh - thanks! That sounds like a good idea. I didn't think about the butter - would go nicely with it.

Wasabi - great idea. I was wondering b/c I've had a dish similar to this at a resataurant and the shrimp has a kick to it -- the shrimp looks like it has a little bit of a reddish powder on it when it comes out -- almost dark orange/red?? I'm wondering what that could be -- some kind of a spice?

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Posted 10/30/08 2:01 AM
 

1stimemom
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Re: X-POST from Food: Ways to saute/season/cook shrimp??

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Posted by 1stimemom



Wasabi - great idea. I was wondering b/c I've had a dish similar to this at a resataurant and the shrimp has a kick to it -- the shrimp looks like it has a little bit of a reddish powder on it when it comes out -- almost dark orange/red?? I'm wondering what that could be -- some kind of a spice?

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Cayanne pepper maybe? You probably have it if you have any standard spice rack


BTW - I think we are the last two up. Chat Icon

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Posted 10/30/08 2:03 AM
 

DaniJude
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Member since 11/06

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Danielle

Re: X-POST from Food: Ways to saute/season/cook shrimp??

Yes, that could be it!

I'll have to play around a little.

Yes, we are lol.

Posted 10/30/08 2:04 AM
 

1stimemom
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Mrs Dee

Re: X-POST from Food: Ways to saute/season/cook shrimp??

Good luck with the recipe it sound delich!

Posted 10/30/08 2:07 AM
 

DaniJude
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Danielle

Re: X-POST from Food: Ways to saute/season/cook shrimp??

bump for some day-time suggestions!

Posted 10/30/08 1:23 PM
 
 

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