Servings: four to six.
Shrimp are much more flavorful when poached with their shells on. Don’t rinse the cooked shrimp or you’ll lose the delicious flavor of the poaching liquid.
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This is my favorite shrimp cocktail! I usually make a double batch by being generous with the water and white wine. Then cooking the shrimp in 2 batches. For me, the times are a bit long, usually knock a minute off. I use the red onion and jalapeno cocktail sauce and the shrimp are great!
Great appetizer. The cocktail sauce is terrific. I used frozen shrimp, and cooked according to recipe directions. The shrimp came out perfectly. Your guests will love this.
Wow was this good. I saw the magazine at a Dr's office and wrote this one down. The shrimp were PERFECTly cooked, not mushy, not rubbery, just wonderful. The flavor was great to.
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