flavoured butters captured my attention during zwt (along w/many other zwt players), so here's another for all of us to try. my source here is the alaska seafood marketing institute. this butter was suggested as a dipping sauce for crab legs, but would also work well for cajun-style grilled shrimp as a dipping sauce or even drizzled over lime-marinated shrimp ceviche. i suspect i've just begun to explore the options. enjoy!
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