This is one of my favorite family recipes. It is great as a first course or for lunch. I usually use medium shrimp for this dish, but it doesn't really matter what size the shrimp are. It's not really hot, but you can use less hot sauce (or more if you like). We usually serve it with plain popcorn on top, though some skip the popcorn. Don't use buttery popcorn, only plain will do. Some Ecuadorians serve it with maiz tostado, which is a kind of fried/toasted corn kernal which doesn't pop. You can buy maiz in markets that carry Andean products. You have to saute them in hot oil until they get toasted. This dish is served in a wide champagne goblet or a dish in which you would serve a shrimp cocktail. Cooking time listed is for shrimp. Chilling time is not listed.