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Sounds like a great recipe, I can?t wait to try it! I make Shrimp Burgers with a similar recipe which include some lime zest. I pan fried them in a little garlic butter and served them on a toasted bun with lettuce, tomato and avocado?..what a hit!!<br/><br/>The good news-bad news is that you have to prepare and eat them in short order. They are good cold and sort of OK when nuked. Best when hot and sizzling. <br/><br/>While cruising the net, I came across Chef Big Shake?s Original Shrimp Burgers from www.TheQuickShipWarehouse.com . They come frozen and have a year shelf life. Pretty easy to prepare and quite good which makes it nice when the spirit moves you. <br/><br/>After cooking, we squeeze a little fresh lime on them and add the avocado. Voilà!

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joopdaddy June 27, 2014

surprised my husband with this one, and he really liked it!!!!

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Adam's Girl March 06, 2010

I made a half recipe because I only wanted 4 burgers but a half recipe only made enough for 2, in my opinion, and I didn't make them extra large. So keep that in mind when you make these. But they are so flavorful they don't even need a sauce on top. Thanks, I'll definitely be making these again!

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Demandy January 08, 2007

I made this using 1lb of shrimp but failed to reduce the seasonings. Big mistake. The burgers were WAY too pungent. If you reduce the shrimp to 1 pound, reduce all the herbs and the onion by 1/3 and you'll probably end up with a tasty, healthy burger.

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sugarpea October 17, 2004
Grilled Shrimp Burgers