How to make it

  • In a large skillet, melt the butter, and saute the onions, garlic and celery around 45 minutes (or until they are cooked down.)
  • Add in the flour and cook briefly, but do not allow it to brown. Stir in shrimp and cook for another 20 minutes.
  • Add in 2-3 cups of water and the mushrooms. Mix in the paprika and season with salt, pepper and red pepper. Cook for 30 minutes. (to make a thick and gravy-like consistency.)

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  • Ex0tica 10 years ago
    Sounds and looks so yummyy! Makin it for dinner tonight, Ill be back soon to post how it turned out! Just wanted to say thanx, Youve solved my problem of what to cook tonight =]

    Edit: It turned out alright, expected much more, was very bland, followed the recipe exactly, me and my husband didnt end up eating the leftovers though. But hey, everyone has their own taste. Thanks =]
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  • artist92543 12 years ago
    Ettoufee and stuff has always confused me because they are so close to gumbo and bisque, What is the difference?

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  • likarock 12 years ago
    This is one of the best shrimp recipes i have ever had.
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  • cocoa08 12 years ago
    Hey I might make this for the Iron bowl, I love seafood and the spicyness also. Roll Tide........
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  • tinadunlap 13 years ago
    instead of water i use the peeled shells from the shrimp and make a seafood broth. i don't add the shrimp till the end and only ncook for 5 inutes, or until shrimp is pink.
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  • tinam 14 years ago
    Well I'll have to try this one very soon, love the spicyness and consistency too! Thx
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