Recipe by Dennis K. Klinedinst
"Boiled shrimp that my dad used to make."
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shell-on medium shrimp
mustard seed (such as McCormick®)
seasoned salt (such as McCormick Season All®)
dry mustard powder
prepared yellow mustard
ground black pepper
distilled white vinegar
This recipe was so unusual that I couldn't resist trying it. Even though I'm not a big fan of vinegar, I could see how these ingredients would work well together. It was even better than I expected. I added about a cup of chopped opinion and some Old Bay Spice. I added the tart shrimp to a sweet corn salad. It was fantastic.
Excellent - I saved some of the broth and dipped French bread in it to accompany the flavorful prawns.
With a good number of seasonings in this recipe, we thought the flavor profile was rather subtle. Eating these shrimp as an appetizer with a drink, we found ourselves reaching for other seasonings and/or a dipping sauce to make them tastier. This method may be better if shrimp are being added to something like a salad or main dish. Dennis, thank you for sharing.
Made as written. BEST. SHRIMP. EVER!
Delicious! I was looking for a light main dish to go with a tomato pie I made and this was perfect. Followed the recipe except for a sprinkle of Old Bay on the shrimp right before eating them.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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