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Small shrimp (50 or more per pound) take only two or three minutes to cook. If 31 to 35 shrimp are in a pound, they need six to eight minutes of cooking time.

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To boil shrimp, prepare the raw shrimp, and bring the required quantity of water in a pot to boil. Add salt and seasoning to the water, and bring it to a gentle simmer. Introduce the shrimp to the hot water, and cook unt...

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To make an easy shrimp cocktail, there has to be a broth to poach the shrimp in and dips. Pre-cooked, frozen shrimp can be used instead of raw for an easier, quicker recipe, but then the cook is unable to control the fla...

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An easy shrimp bisque recipe involves sauteing garlic and onions and mixing several ingredients in water brought alternately to a boil or simmer in about 30 minutes. This rich, creamy soup can be a simple meal or a welco...

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To make liver pate, boil 3 cups of water, 1 pound of chicken liver and one sliced onion on low heat for 20 minutes, drain the liquid, and throw out the onions and pieces of liver that are still hard. Puree the liver, add...

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To blanch peas for freezing, bring 1 gallon of water per pound of shelled peas to a boil in a blancher, add the peas, and cook for 1 1/2 minutes. Keep at a high boil, then cool quickly in cold running water, and drain.

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Shrimp sashimi, or raw shrimp, can be safely consumed under some circumstances, although this is considered to be a high-risk raw food that should be purchased and consumed with great care, according to the Centre for Fo...

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