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Barbecued Shrimp

Reviewed: Jan. 12, 2010
Well, your biggest challenge is reducing this recipe to what you want. I tried this recipe because we loved the barbecued shrimp we got in N.O.L.A. Great basic recipe! What do you like? Garlic? Lemon? Spicey? I reduced this recipe for 1 lb. shrimp as follows: 1/4 C. butter, 1/4 C. EVOO, 1T. Worces, 1 T. pepper, 1 lemon sliced, 1/2 t. hot pepper sauce, 1/2 t. Italian, 2 cloves garlic, 1/3 t. paprika, 1/2 t. salt. and added 1/2 t. Old Bay, 1 T. tomato paste. What would I do different? I left the shell on my raw shrimp and cut down the back to remove the vein. Would do this again, but make my sauce with 4 cloves minced garlic, 1 t. hot sauce, 1 t. Old Bay, 2 T. tomato SAUCE, cook the sauce the night before, marinate the cooled sauce with the raw shrimp overnight. Before you cook, dump it all together in a pan, cook at 450 for 5 min. Stir, cook for another 5 min, check for doneness, bake until just turned pink. Delisioso, and messy! But ask yourself, what do I like? And, as the cooking shows advise, taste, taste, taste, as you are cooking the sauce.
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Tasty Baked Meatballs

Reviewed: Jan. 11, 2010
Absolutly LOVED these meatballs! The only things I did different was increased cheese to 1/2 cup and added pepper. They were tender and flavorful. For those who thought they were not firm enough, I suggest not stirring or simmering in sauce. Just plop the hot meatballs on whatever you are serving and pour the sauce on top! Onion lovers might need the extra onion taste and sight of fresh chopped onions, but I didn't. Loved them just the way they were. So easy without doing any extra preparing. Enjoy!
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Easy Flat Iron Steak in Wine Sauce

Reviewed: Nov. 25, 2009
Excellent! Used 1/3 cup strong beef boullion added to the wine. (only had white wine). Added onion with the mushrooms. Would reduce Paprika by quite a bit next time. Omit the salt. People can salt it if they prefer. Reduced the olive oil by 1/2 when browning steaks. Warning to newbys at browning at high heat. High dosen't mean # 10. medium high is better. Watch closely unless you like blackened steak, wich will ruin the taste of the veggies. But.. You must brown quickly, unless you like well done steak. Hope this helped!
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