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How do you cook shrimp so it’s not rubbery?

Asked: Martin Lessard, Last Updated:

Cook the shrimp at the lowest temperature in a bit of Butter and check on them often. When they go opaque, take them out of the pan and keep them warm. They will continued cooking but won't overcook. Prepare the rest of the meal and add your shrimp at the end.

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