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Maryland Steamed Shrimp

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Maryland Steamed Shrimp.

Ingredients

  • 1 can (12 Oz. Can) Your Favorite Beer. I Use The Non Alcohol Brand At The Grocery Store.
  • 1 pound Shrimp
  • ⅓ cups Onion, Sliced
  • ⅓ cups Old Bay Seasoning. Add To Each Batch That You Steam

Preparation

Directions for the rice cooker:

In the pan, pour the beer. Put the steam basket over the top and place shrimp in the basket. Place shrimp in a single layer (you may have to do this in batches). Add onion. Add Old Bay Seasoning and gently stir to coat shrimp. Cover and steam till shrimp are pink. Add the remaining shrimp and repeat.

Directions for the stove top:

Add beer to a sauce pan. Put a steamer in the pan. Add shrimp in a single layer (you may have to do this in batches). Add onion and Old Bay Seasoning. Gently stir to coat shrimp. Cover and steam till shrimp are pink. Add the remaining shrimp and repeat.

You can use different seasonings if you do not have Old Bay Seasoning.

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americangirlinquebec on 2.3.2011

Thank you, thank you, thank you! I grew up down in Delaware, and have countless memories of eating steamed shrimp (and crabs) covered in Old Bay Seasoning. For some odd reason I’ve never tried making them at home, but when I saw your recipe and realized I had all of the ingredients on hand I knew I had to try. Needless to say, they were fantastic! I never thought I’d be adding shrimp to my list of comfort foods, but this dish brought back so many good memories with each bite! Will definitely be making it for my friends up north here so they can have a taste of the Chesapeake Bay. Thanks again!

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