Nancy J. Patrykus


We have a card group that meets once a month, to play canasta.
Each of us bring a snack for 4-6 people.
The monthly hostess makes a salad and supplies coffe, tea, or a cold drink, as we take turns in each members home.
Last month the snack was shrimp.
This is my recipe to take for our lunch.
I finally get to use my 1955 shrimp (or fish) platter!
Yes we also take copys of the recipe that we share with the gals.
Nancy Joyce....7/24/12

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10 Min


1 lb
jumbo raw shrimp, peerled and deveined, leaving the tails on.
1-1/2 c
panko bread crumbs
vegetable oil
3 large
1/3 c
3/4 tsp
1/2 tsp
black pepper


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1In amedium bowl, beat eggs till frothy.
Mix in flour,salt,and pepper.
Rince shrimp and pat dry with paper towel.
Dredge shrimp with flour mixture, shaking off excess.
Dip shrimp into beaten eggs .
Then coat both sides of shrimp into Panko, pressing Panko into shrimp.
Place in least 1/2 hour to set the breading.
Pour enough oil into a large heavy pot to a depth of 2-3 inches,and heat oil to 350 temp.

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2Working in batches, add shrimp to hot oil and deep fry until cooked through, about 1 minute.
Remove and drain on paper towels.
Arrange shrimp on a serving dish.
Serve with your favprite sauce...
or use Kikkoman Tonkatsu Sauce for dipping!

I just noticed this morning a shrimp dip on J.A.J.... "Bob's Shrimp Dip" ..
that sounds very interesting!
Along with 4 plus more on J.A.P...
You might like to try for something different.

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3This is a very quick easy,delicious, recipe.
Picture and recipe from a Panko advertisement.

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