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What can I do with defrosted shrimp?

Asked: migliaccio domenico, Last Updated:

Throw those shrimp right in. No bag necessary! When the shrimp have thawed completely, place them on a sheet tray or plate lined with paper towels. We want to remove as much excess moisture from the exterior of the shrimp so they can brown nicely without overcooking.

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