Slicef18 wrote:A couple of weeks ago a Stuffed Shrimp recipe was poster on this site. I remember stuffing from "JOE PATTI'S and seasoning from Academy Sports and Outdoors. I'd appreciate a re posting of that recipe.
Thanks in advance.
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Bob's quick and easy as pie recipe for delicious stuffed shrimp - 7/25/2013, 5:31 pm
A pound of shrimp
A bag of Paulines crabmeat stuffing (sold frozen at Joe Pattis).
Outdoor Gourmet "gulf fish and shrimp seasoning" sold at Academy
De-vein and de-scale the shrimp. Or buy it already done (like I do).
You can leave the tails on but I prefer to have those off too.
Butterfly the shrimp. If you don't know what that means, it means taking a knife and slicing the shrimp down the center but not all the way through. You then unfold the shrimp and take a large flat utensil (like a wide butcher knife) and pound it a couple of times to make the shrimp look flat.
Now sprinkle the Outdoor Gourmet seasoning on top of the shrimp.
Now you take the thawed crabmeat stuffing and roll it into a ball in your hands and place it on the top of each shrimp and shape it to fit the outline of the shrimp.
Then sprinkle the parmesan cheese on top of the stuffing. And finally take melted butter and sprinkle that on top of the whole shebang.
Put in a 350 degree oven for about 20 minutes.
A pound of shrimp makes enough stuffed shrimp for about 4 people when you accompany it with salad and potato.
I know, I know, everyone likes a little a$$ no one likes a smart a$$. Rolling Eyes
A pound of stuffed shrimp serves 4....okay....