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Shrimp Egg-touffee
Description:Shrimp Egg-touffee
Ingredients:
• 1 unsalted butter• 1 Cup chicken stock or take shrimp shells and cook with bay leaves
• 3 medium onions chopped• 1  Cup green onions chopped
• 2 stocks of celery chopped• ½ Cup fresh parsley minced
• 3 Clove garlic chopped white rice
• 1 small green pepper chopped• ½ tsp mix italian seasoning, file powder, red pepper, onion-garlic powder
• 2 Tbs tomato paste oregano,dry hot mustard, white & black pepper. thyme
• 2 lb small shrimp 30-40 count rosemary, sweet basil 1/4 cup salt
• 3 Tbs flour all purpose mix together and put 1/2 to 1 tsp. by taste. play with it.
• 1 tsp seasoned salt these are dried ingredents.
• 1 tsp tabasco
Instructions:prep all veges. chop and keep separate. use only fresh ingredents. NO DRYED. except your seasoning mix.
stock- shrimp shells- put 1 bay leaf-½ cup onion, celery. filter after ½ hour cooking. wilted onion and celery. ruff chopped.

heavy pot, cast iron. melt butter with onion, green peppers, celery.
wilted.
add tomato paste. mix well.
add flour. blend well 2 - 3 minutes.
add seasoned salt, seasoning mix and tabasco sauce. stir well.
add stock.
cover skillet simmer 10 50 15 minutes. stirring often so you don't burn.
removed cover add shrimp. 5 minutes.
add parsley, green onions. 6 minutes where it looks like it cooked.
serve over rice.
remember to taste (THAT MEANS YOUR TASTE IF YOU TASTE IT AND IT NEEDS PEPPER, SALT DO IT)

Notes:FREEZE GREAT
Number Of Servings:Source:
Vegetarian:NoTime To Prepare:
Date:Sun 11 Mar 2007 14:34:43 UTCViewed:3919 times
Author:Bayou TastiesEmail:CATPLUMBING@BELLSOUTH.NET
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