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Here, Grace Parisi revamps the classic shrimp-cocktail recipe by including scallops and stone-crab claws, then tweaks the cocktail sauce by replacing the ketchup with bottled chile sauce and seasoning it with hot pimenton de la Vera and prepared horseradish.
This recipe is for a large gathering of hungry people. It has just enough spice to give it sass, but not enough to scare off the faint of heart. It's a fun meal everyone will enjoy. And everything cooks in the same (big) pot!
Marinate shrimp in oil and Cajun seasoning, then drizzle warm marmalade sauce over the shrimp before serving for a fabulous main dish.
Elegant enough for holiday celebrations, this appetizer recipe is also easy enough to prepare on a relaxing night in.
Add this spicy shrimp appetizer to your party or potluck menu. It's the perfect make-ahead recipe for any gathering.
Jamaican cooks know how to temper spicy peppers with a hint of sweetness. A little honey and a fresh jalapeno capture the magical Caribbean taste in this appetizer.
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A twist on shrimp cocktail that makes the perfect party starter. To eat, guests dip each shrimp in the spicy mayo and then in the breadcrumbs.
This recipe makes a fabulous appetizer, but try it for lunch too.
For a fruit side dish, during the last 5 minutes of grilling time place fresh pineapple wedges alongside the shrimp. Serve rice and peas to round out the meal.
This fresh shrimp appetizer recipe uses orange juice and horseradish in the homemade cocktail sauce.
These corn and shrimp tamales wrapped in corn husks are the real deal. Serve them when entertaining for a dinner that guests will be sure to remember.
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