Portuguese Shrimp.

Portuguese Shrimp extremely tasty Mediterranean recipes

Portuguese Shrimp

Portuguese Shrimps are extremely tasty Here is a selection of interesting Mediterranean Portuguese Shrimp recipes on video

Shrimp mozambique

Shrimp Mozambique.
Serves about 4.

1-1 ½ lbs shrimp, peeled with the tails left on.
¼ cup extra virgin olive oil.
1 finely chopped onion.
1-2 tbsp freshly minced garlic.
1 tbsp fresh parsley.
2 packets Sazon.
½ stick of butter.
10 oz Budwiser beer or Pinot Gregio Wine.
1 tbsp crushed red peppers (wet).
1-10 drops Tabasco.
Salt & pepper (to taste).
2 cups cooked rice.

In small bowl, combine, garlic, parsley, S & P, Tabasco, red peppers and Sazon and set aside. In large frying pan (with cover), heat oil and butter over medium heat. Add onion and sauté for about 5 mins. Add ingredients of bowl, cook for about 2 more minutes. At this point, you want to try to mash the onions to thicken the sauce. Add beer or wine, cover and simmer for about 3 mins. Remove lid and mash a little more. Add shrimp, cover and cook for about 3-5 minutes on each side. Serve over rice!!

Portuguese Shrimp Turnovers.

The dough is the most tricky part of this recipe because it’s a bit hard to stir it in the pot.

Portuguese Garlic Shrimp.

This is a take on my moms Portuguese Garlic Shrimp Recipe. I’ve updated and modernized it somewhat. It’s dead simple to make and tastes unbelievable. I hope you give it a go.

Portuguese prawn rissoles (Rissóis de Camarão).

English tutorial on making Portuguese prawn rissoles.

Try Piri Piri Prawns.

Piri Piri prawns means chilli in Portuguese. These prawns are Chilli hot, acidic, clean flavoured and perfumed with lemon myrtle- delicious!

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