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beer steamed shrimp with tomato salsa


from "cooking with beer", good food magazine march 1988


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  1. Make salsa: sprinkle salt over tomatoes in colander and toss gently
  2. Let drain 10 minutes
  3. Combine bell pepper
  4. Jalapeo
  5. Onion
  6. Scallions
  7. Garlic
  8. Parsley
  9. Pepper
  10. And lime juice in mixing bowl
  11. Toss gently and stir in drained tomatoes
  12. Let stand at room temperature 30-60 minutes
  13. Prepare shrimp: heat beer and old bay seasoning to boiling in bottom of steamer
  14. Place shrimp in steaming rack and steam
  15. Tightly covered
  16. 2 minutes
  17. Stir once
  18. Then continue to steam just until shrimp turn pink
  19. 1-2 minutes longer
  20. Transfer shrimp to serving platter
  21. If salsa is too watery
  22. Pour off excess liquid
  23. Add salsa to shrimp and toss to combine
  24. Serve hot
  25. At room temperature
  26. Or chilled

Step 12

Total Time in Minute 54

Ingredients Count 14

cooking beer steamed shrimp with tomato salsa

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Coarse salt

Plum tomatoes

Bell pepper

Pickled jalapeno pepper

Canned jalapeno peppers

Red onion


Garlic clove

Fresh parsley leaves

Fresh ground pepper


Juice of


Old bay seasoning


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