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How long does raw shrimp take to cook in lemon juice?

Asked: David Deuble, Last Updated:

If using pre-cooked, you do not need to soak the shrimps in the lemon and lime juice for 15 minutes. Just about 5 minutes will do. If using raw shrimps, you must time the soak time for 15 minutes to allow it to cook in the acidity of the lemon and lime juice. Chop your onions well!

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