shrimp mistake- precooked- what to do?
Shrimp salad. Either like you'd make tuna salad or just on top of some greens with a vinaigrette
Shrimp roll. Mix some lemon zest, celery salt and galic into some mayo. Add just enough mayo to bind them together. Serve on a top split hot dog roll that's been toasted on the cut sides.
oh my gosh, this happened to me. sent my husband to the store, and he came back with cooked shrimp. I was making shrimp curry, and so I went ahead and tried to make do, hoping they'd be okay. They absolutley do not work, shrimp curry needs the fresh shrimp to contribute to the sauce. And I would pretty much say scampi, or bbq shrimp, same thing.
You can use them for a stir fry, or fried rice. You don't say what dish your making, but if it's a dish where you need to draw flavor from the shrimp's juice, it will not be very flavorful.
You can also use them as a stuffing. a piece of fish, or mushrooms. A light brunch item would be to make a puff pastry strudel with asparagus, shrimp and mushrooms, the serve with hollandaise or a lovely curry sauce. In fact the most memorable first course I had was a Napoleon stack, made with with buttered filo, a nice shrimp mix in a curry sauce, layered, then topped with filo and curry sauce drizzled over. Was so good, and you would not need fresh shrimp for that.
My husband saw a few chefs on t.v. (NOT foodnetwork, but one of the public television channels) explain how cooked shrimp works wonderfully well. And, you get more for your money, pound/for/pound.
I've had no trouble making it in scampi since most of the flavor in there is garlic, anyway. As has been posted, just throw it to heat at the very last.
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One of my favorite things in the whole world is "shrimps and celery"
It may sound boring and unappealing, but it is absolutely delicious.
Shrimps, sliced celery (not diced just small sliced) good olive oil, salt and pepper. It's delicious cold, warm or room temp.
My grandma has been making this family favorite for years - it's so much better than it sounds!!
I'm probably repeating:
Stuffing for a white fish with some breadcrumbs and scallions is great
Salad is perfect
Quesadillas is amazing with jalapeno monterey jack, peppers and tomatoes
tacos is great
shrimp salad of course like everyone mentioned
Shrimp cakes which are really good
Shrimp croquettes another good one
What not to use them in ...?