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Holy cow – something quick and easy, but so delicious. This was put together in seconds and gone too fast, but my taste buds were delighted. The combination of mashed chickpeas, shrimp and toasted bread is fantastic. Because I wanted it very quick, I didn’t broil the shrimp, I seared them in a very little olive oil. They were ready in almost seconds. And the toast was ready in seconds too. If you don’t have pita bread you could also use some other bread, but toast it with butter as described here or you can use olive oil here, too. If you are lazy (like me) toast the bread in the same pan after you has seared the shrimp. You will save all the flavours of the shrimp with this bread. This recipe is a keeper for a fast and tasty Greek styled dish. Great dish for summer with a dry white wine.

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Thorsten April 25, 2006
Grilled Shrimp and Pitas With Chickpea Puree