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Old 09-19-2009, 05:55 AM   #59
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I have added a new shrimp-based recipe. Is basically similar to my other recipe at the top of this page, but has a rougher taste.

SAUTEED SHRIMP TAILS


Ingredients:
15 ounces of shrimps tails or caramote prawns tails
5-6 garlic gores
2-3 garlic branches
Olive Oil

PREPARATION:
- Put 2 spoons of oil in a pan. It must be large, and have high sides, so you can perform the sautée;
- Warm the oil up at low flame;
- Mince the garlic. If you don't like it, keep the gores whole;
- Add the garlic;
- Once the garlic starts to become brown, if the garlic is not minced, take the garlic out of the pan and add the tails;
- If the garlic is minced, add the prawn tails;
- Let them cook, covered, for 10 minutes, with high flame;
- After 10 minutes, take the cover off, and add parsley and salt. If you want, you can add some Cayenne peppers powder;
- Perform the sauté, to mix the ingredients;
- Serve hot.

PS: Remember to keep a dish for the remaining of the prawn armors and a little cup with water and lemon, to clean your fingers.

ENJOY.

The link for the connected video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YicLq...e=channel_page
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