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Bbq Shrimp

Even people who don't like seafood will wolf down these shrimp. Seems like a very classy dish, but really pretty easy to make and worth your time to give this one a try.

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5hrs 20mins
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  • Comebine shrimp, olive oil, sherry, and garlic and marinate in refrigerator for at least 3-4 hours.
  • Melt butter in skillet.
  • Add lemon juice, salt, worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, and tabasco sauce and bring to a simmer.
  • Sautee shrimp in mixture.
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"Even people who don't like seafood will wolf down these shrimp. Seems like a very classy dish, but really pretty easy to make and worth your time to give this one a try."
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  1. Zephs Wife
    Tried this for our tailgating at Angels game but we bbq'd these instead of cooking on the stove. I think I marinated too long because the sherry was really strong and we didn't care for that. The sauce is addictive and I brushed it on the shrimp while cooking and we also used it to dip the cooked shrimp in. Everyone loved that sauce. I added cilantro and red pepper flakes along with some garlic. Very good sauce - we will make this again but without the marinade. Thank you for posting!
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  2. Kleyt
    This has become my favorite method for making shrimp. I've tried to cut back on the butter to make it slightly healthier, but it just doesn't taste the same. I like serving this with a crusty bread to help sop up some of the fabulous sauce. Thank you for posting!
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  3. Baby Kato
    Thank you so much for sharing your recipe Kansasjosh. We enjoyed this dish very much. The first time I made this shrimp dish I followed your recipe religiously. I must say they turned out GREAT. The second time I made this dish I added extra spices; crushed red pepper flakes, fresh thyme, fresh, crushed rosemary and fresh minced ginger and baked them in the oven at 450 degrees for 15 - 20 minutes. They were wonderful both ways.
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  4. elliebelle
    Wonderful!! and SOOO easy!! i did leave the tabasco out - i thought that might make this too hot to serve my kids! next time i will use it regardless. Thanks for the recipe!!
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  5. Chef 167408
    I thought I only liked fried shrimp until I tried this recipe. Loved it and so did DH
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