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RECIPE: Correction on the boiled peanut question!

Posted by sutallee (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 22, 07 at 10:10

I was boilong peanuts when I asked the boiled peanut question. What I meant was beer boiled shrimp, so heres the question..........

I want to beer boil some SHRIMP and I want them hot/spicy/cajun style. Most of the recipes I find on the internet say use 1 or 2 cans of beer for 2 pounds of SHRIMP. Are they forgeting to say water also? 2 pounds of SHRIMP cannot be boiled in 1 or 2 cans of beer, right??


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RE: RECIPE: Correction on the boiled peanut question!

But they can be steamed.


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RE: RECIPE: Correction on the boiled peanut question!

Ok?.... What would the process be for steaming spicy/cajun style shrimp. Boiling beer along with hot sauce or spices something?


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RE: RECIPE: Correction on the boiled peanut question!

this is just the first of many steamed cajun shrimp recipes I found by googling

http://www.realcajunrecipes.com/recipes/cajun/beer-steamed-shrimp/1049.rcr


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RE: RECIPE: Correction on the boiled peanut question!

I believe if you put 2 pounds of shrimp into a pan and add 2 cans of beer, the shrimp will be pretty well covered.
Linda C


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