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How do you cook frozen Trader Joe’s shrimp?

Asked: Fish 'n fils, Last Updated:

Fill a 4 quart or larger pan with water and bring to a full rolling boil. 3. Turn the stove off, cover the pan and leave to cook for 4-5 minutes. Now if you have super small shrimp, check them after 3-4 minutes of cooking- If you have very large shrimp, check them after 5 minutes they may need another minute or so.

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