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Traditional Garlic Shrimp

Traditional Garlic Shrimp created by KerfuffleUponWincle

I got this recipe many years ago from a local restaurant in New Jersey. The restaurant is still there, so I know this is a good one ! When I tell people how easy it is, they are always surprised. You can serve this over rice as a main course (yellow or white rice), or just serve it in the casserole dish with plenty of delicious Portuguese bread.

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • For two pounds of raw, peeled shrimp.
  • Saute: One stick margarine (I use butter).
  • With Six cloves crushed garlic
  • Slowly, on low heat, heat the butter and garlic. Do not burn the garlic !
  • Then
  • Add: 1/2 Cup dry white wine (can use cooking wine).
  • 1/2 Crushed Red Pepper
  • 1 1/2 oz. Fresh Lemon Juice.
  • Place raw, peeled shrimp in a 2 1/2 quart casserole dish and pour the sauce over the shrimp. Cover and bake 20 minutes.
  • You're done ! Serve over yellow or white rice or alone with plenty of bread .
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"I got this recipe many years ago from a local restaurant in New Jersey. The restaurant is still there, so I know this is a good one ! When I tell people how easy it is, they are always surprised. You can serve this over rice as a main course (yellow or white rice), or just serve it in the casserole dish with plenty of delicious Portuguese bread."
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  1. KerfuffleUponWincle
    Traditional Garlic Shrimp Created by KerfuffleUponWincle
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  2. KerfuffleUponWincle
    Very easy ~ and tasty! I checked the shrimp after baking 20 minutes and decided they were not pink enough, and were underdone, so I extended the baking time an extra 10 minutes. Made for My3Chefs 2012.
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  3. Debutante
    I got this recipe many years ago from a local restaurant in New Jersey. The restaurant is still there, so I know this is a good one ! When I tell people how easy it is, they are always surprised. You can serve this over rice as a main course (yellow or white rice), or just serve it in the casserole dish with plenty of delicious Portuguese bread.
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