How to Cook Fresh Shrimp?

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Fresh shrimp is most of the time just served cold. You can do this by laying the shrimp over ice and serving them with cocktail sauce. You can also boil the shrimp if you would like them warm.
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Ways to Cook Fresh Shrimp
Shrimp are small shellfish that live in fresh or salt water. Shrimp come in a few different colors, such as the white-grey variety harvested from the Gulf of Mexico and the bright red shrimp found off the coast of Maine. Shrimp are more affordable than... More »
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The most important thing to remember when cooking shrimp is that it doesn't take very long at all. Whether you are sauteing it, grilling it or whatever, it only needs a few minutes
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1. Bring a quart of water to a full boil, and stir in 3 tbsp. of salt. Put 1 lb of shrimp in the water, put a lid on the pan and allow the shrimp to simmer. 2. Watch for the shrimp
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I go along with the 3 day rule except for shrimp and deviled eggs. If they are not eatten by the next day, I throw them out. My Mom used to work in a nursing home kitchen and they
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You have many options when it comes to cooking shrimp. Learning the basic cooking techniques is essential, but always check your specific recipe for cooking times, seasonings and
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