Beer Batter Shrimp Po’ Boy


Beer Batter Shrimp Po’ Boy                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            If you love shrimp then you’re gonna want to try this  yummy Recipe I just found.Just follow the Instructions below and see for yourself.Not only does beer give the shrimp great flavor, but it is scientifically proven to make superior batter. As soon as the beer-battered shrimp hit the pan, CO2 bubbles begin to dance and foam up around the shrimp. A panko dredging assists the process, and, as a result, the shrimp are left trapped in a flavorful and lacy-light crust. Pile them high on bread with mayo, lettuce, and tomato.                                                                                                                                                                                             Recipe from Mark Bittman’s Kitchen Express

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Beer Batter Shrimp Po’ Boy

Heat oil for frying. In a bowl, mix together one can of beer; one and one-half cups cornmeal (or panko) and pinches of salt, pepper; and paprika. Dip shrimp into batter and fry in batches until golden, about three minutes (flip once). Serve on split crusty Italian or French loaves with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise; lemon juice and hot sauce are also great here.                                           Beer, Black pepper, Cook, Cooking, Eating, Food, Health, Healthy Ways to Lose Weight, Home, Human nutrition, Lettuce, Nutrition, Po’ boy, Scientific method, Shrimp, Tomato

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2 thoughts on “Beer Batter Shrimp Po’ Boy

  1. jimmmyjams says:

    This looks absolutely deadly-delicious! What’s better, you can eat it with both hands! 😉

    http://jimmmyjams.wordpress.com/2012/05/29/eating-with-both-hands/

    Jim

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