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    Shrimp, steamed with a bit of Japanese sake, makes an absolutely magnificent dish. Few ingredients really let the taste of the shrimp shine through!

    Recipe #120389

    15 Reviews |  By SlipC

    Ok, let me just say that if I make shrimp any other way, my hubby pouts because I didn't make it this way! If you like shrimp and garlic butter, this is the recipe for you!!

    Recipe #54297

    This recipe is from our local newspaper. The original recipe called for 24 U-10 jumbo shrimp.

    Recipe #119716

    You can cut the roll into slices before baking for cleaner cuts and bake for 8 to 10 minutes.

    Recipe #119699

    1 Reviews |  By Mercy

    This is a great dish that substitutes spaghetti squash for carb-laden pasta!

    Recipe #119662

    my husband concocted this recipe by throwing together all the different things i fixed with supper one night - and it's wonderful!!

    Recipe #119241

    An elegant meal - easy, ready in 25 min. - that is featured on the menu at State functions in China. Serve with white rice, stir-fried spinach & toasted sesame seeds, and a Chinese table wine for an authentic, impressive meal. I omit the gingerroot.

    Recipe #115758

    Serve this up with plain rice, or better yet, with French bread to soak up the spectacular sauce. Cooking time assumes you have already deveined the shrimp. From Crescent City Farmers Market's New Orleans) website. (Chef Frank Davis).

    Recipe #115639

    1 Reviews |  By Mercy

    Although it initially seems like a lot of steps, this really is a fairly simple dish to prepare.

    Recipe #119847

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