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Savory shrimp and creamy grits, you will wanna make this for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
Fry bacon in a large frying pan until crispy. Remove the bacon from the pan onto a paper towel to drain. Don’t start eating the bacon! Use the oil from the bacon to sauté the onions and peppers. Add the garlic and do not walk away from the stove. Once the garlic starts to become fragrant, add the canned tomatoes. Add shrimp, Old Bay seasoning, black pepper, hot sauce, lemon juice and torn basil. TASTE the sauce. If you need salt, add just a little at a time. Cook until shrimp starts to curl. The shrimp will be done in 2 to 3 minutes. Remove from heat.
Serve over a plate of creamy grits (follow the instructions on the box, it really does work) and enjoy.
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