Boiled Shrimp Recipe - This Boiled Shrimp Recipe makes perfect boiled shrimp every time! So versatile for a quick and easy weeknight supper and especially for entertaining!  // addapinch.com

Boiled Shrimp Recipe - This Boiled Shrimp Recipe makes perfect boiled shrimp every time! So versatile for a quick and easy weeknight supper and especially for entertaining!

How to Boil Shrimp Like a New Orleans Native ~ Add enough water to pot to cover shrimp by 2 inches; remove shrimp. Squeeze juice of 2-3 lemons into water; drop lemons in too. Add bag of shrimp/crab boil, salt and vinegar. (The vinegar is the secret ingredient. It makes the shrimp easier to peel.) Bring water to boil; add shrimp. The shrimp are done when the water returns to a boil. Remove shrimp and ice immediately. #New_Orleans #Boiled_Shrimp

How to Boil Shrimp Like a New Orleans Native ~ Add enough water to pot to cover…

Peel and eat shrimp, cooked in beer and Old Bay.  The best way to cook shrimp.  Cocktail sauce is good, but we also like to dip our shrimp in a little melted butter with a splash of soy sauce and garlic powder.

Peel n' Eat Shrimp with Homemade Cocktail Sauce

Peel n’ Eat Shrimp with Homemade Cocktail Sauce -- Let the shrimp soak in the beer and Old Bay for about 30 minutes, drain and steam.

NYT Cooking: Shrimp, the most versatile seafood, is now the most popular in America, and there is no wrong way to eat it. Wild shrimp from the Pacific or the Gulf of Mexico is a treat if you can find it. Fresh local shrimp from Maine or the Carolinas is an even rarer gem. (These are all preferable from a sustainability perspective.) A vast majority, of course, is farmed and frozen. If you buy it ‘‘individually quick frozen’’ in resealable bags, you can take out only as many as you want and…

Cajun-Style Broiled Shrimp

NYT Cooking: Shrimp, the most versatile seafood, is now the most popular in America, and there is no wrong way to eat it. Wild shrimp from the Pacific or…

Old Bay Shrimp Boil is a simple one pot dish with shrimp, potatoes, corn and sausage. Perfect for a bbq, party, or end of summer dinner.

Old Bay Shrimp Boil

If you prefer not to use beer you can substitute Mt Dew***Old Bay Shrimp Boil is a simple one pot dish with shrimp, potatoes, corn and sausage. Perfect for a bbq, party, or end of summer dinner.

Shrimp Sauce - Don't let the name fool you, Shrimp sauce is NOT just limited to shrimp! It goes great with pretty much anything seafood related: shrimp, crawfish, fried fish, even chicken! 'Tis the season for parties... Try it with your holiday party platters! by Florassippi Girl

Shrimp Sauce - 1 cup Mayonnaise 1 cup Ketchup cup Worcestershire Sauce 1 Tbs Lemon Juice 2 tsp Tony's (see picture) Tabasco Sauce (optional to taste)

Chinese Boiled Shrimp with Ginger Scallion Dipping Sauce | The Woks of Life

Chinese Boiled Shrimp with Ginger Scallion Dipping Sauce

Chinese Boiled Shrimp with Ginger Scallion Dipping Sauce recipe by the Woks of Life. saving this recipe exclusively for the sauce.

Louisiana Remoulade Sauce... to satisfy my spicy food craving

Sauced: Louisiana Remoulade

Louisiana Remoulade Sauce--In New Oreleans, they serve Fried Green Tomatoes with remoulade topped with shrimp.

The Original OLD BAY Shrimp Boil.  Leave out the beer, forget the "lean" in sausage, use Green Giant Sweet frozen ears, and if short on time, just use cans of whole potatoes.  Onions optional, I prefer without.

The Original OLD BAY Shrimp Boil Shrimp Fest: shrimp, potatoes, corn, sausage and onions

Slow Cooker Low Country Boil- shrimp, sausage, red potatoes, corn, and lots of spice!

Slow Cooker Low Country Boil

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