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How long does it take to boil live shrimp?

Asked: Katie Marcukaitis, Last Updated:

Pour the live shrimp into the boiling water. Place a cover on the pot. Boil the shrimp for about five minutes until pink. Drain the shrimp into a colander to remove excess water.

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