Raw Shrimp Recipes
Crystal Said:does anybody have any good recipes for tilapia and raw shell on shrimp??
We Answered:i normally can't stand seafood, but my aunt made this for me, and i loved it. then again anything with alot of butter is good. a hint to ease the taste or 'fishiness' is to soak the fish (in the fridge) in the milk and egg for a few hours before cooking.
Parmesan Fish Fillets
2/3 cup pamesan cheese
1/4 cup flour
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
1 tsp paprika (optional)
1/4 cup milk
1 egg; beaten
1/4 cup butter; melted
1/3 cup sliced or slivered almonds
2 lbs fish fillets; 1/4 inch thick
(catfish, cod, tilapia... i recommend tilapia)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Combine parmesan cheese, flour, salt, pepper, and paprika in a shallow dish (like a pie tin/pan). mix milk and eggs together in a seperate dish. Melt butter.
Soak fish in eggs and milk. Dip and dust the fillets and the flour mixture.
Place fish in a glass baking pan. Pour melted butter over fish. Top with almonds.
Bake for 20 minutes, or until fish is done.
Jesus Said:I have some raw shrimp(frozen).What is a good recipe using them?
We Answered:Shrimp scampi! Or go to foodnetwork.com and search for shrimp
Joshua Said:What are some good ways to season raw shrimp to serve with cocktail sause?
We Answered:There's good "Seafood Boil" spices you can buy at the store. Those are really good. She just may be doing that. If you go to a large food store, check by the spices and the seafood counter, if there is one. I think one brand is "Old Bay".........if you buy the shrimp already cooked, you could probably soak it in cold water with the seasoning:
Dorothy Said:How do you cook raw shrimp?
We Answered:stew baby you got to take off the shell
then the black vain on the shrip take it off
boil it it water - cook till white-serve with cocktail sauce
or wrap bacon around stick a tooth pick in it fry or grill it
Dolores Said:How do you draw the salt from raw shrimp?
We Answered:This is really odd, I buy frozen shrimp all the time and they are never salty (unless I make them salty).
You can try soaking to thawed shrimp in a bowl of water, in the fridge, changing the water often, the salt may leach out.
You may also want to try soaking in milk - when I make scallops I always soak them in milk to get any grit out of them, just rinse them really well after the soak, discard the milk.