|by Sallie Morris|
Here are the very best of steamed dishes from China, Japan and South-east Asia, such as steamed buns, steamed flower rolls and steamboat pots, as ...
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Combine the ingredients (except for the shrimp) and bring to a boil. Add the shrimp, cover, steam until done, then chill.
1. Mix together ... minutes. 2. Add shrimp and boil for ... Serve on flat pan. Cover with mixture. 4. Serve hot or cold with cocktail sauce and Saltines.
Shrimp can be peeled ... Let stand 3 minutes. Test for doneness, shrimp should be tender and pink. Takes from the tout de suite a la microwave cookbook.
Wash and drain shrimp. Season with ... Serve hot with potato salad, green salad and garlic bread. Note: Steamed shrimp are also delicious served chilled.
In saucepan, combine ... (or beer) well. Bring to a boil. Add shrimp; stir gently. Cover, steam until tender, about 10 minutes per pound. Drain and serve!
Peel and devein shrimp. Wash and ... minutes on 400 degrees. Serve with garlic bread or angel hair pasta. When serving with pasta, omit potatoes from recipe.
Shrimp: Put everything, ... lid. Let sit for 10 minutes then drain and chill well. Serve with sauce and crackers. Sauce: Mix all ingredients well and serve.
Wash shrimp and place in ... reduce heat to simmer. When shrimp turn pink remove to a serving dish and discard beer. Shell shrimp and dip in melted butter.
Bring beer and water to boil. Place shrimp in steamer basket. Cover generously with old bay seasoning. Add salt. Steam until pink be sure to mix once.
De-vein and remove appendages from shrimp, but leave ... least 1 hour. Steam shrimp and marinade ... an additional minute. Pour over shrimp and serve hot.
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