How to make it

  • Pour the beer, vinegar, and water into a high-sided pan. Add the Old Bay Seasoning, cover, and blast the heat up high. When it boils rapidly, add the shrimp.
  • Cover again and cook for 2 minutes, or til the shrimp turn pink and the flesh is just opaque.
  • Drain the shrimp in a colander and cover with a layer of ice to chill them down just enough to stop the cooking.
  • Throw the shrimp into a bowl and toss with the garlic and Creole Seasoning, (They can be eaten warm or chilled.)
  • Whip all of the ingredients for the cocktail sauce together in a bowl, and serve with that mess

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    " It was excellent "
    toml ate it and said...
    soind like a fun summer dinner
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  • alexander_kassal 12 years ago
    But of course!
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    " It was excellent "
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