Shrimp scampi/ritz crackers.
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Shrimp scampi/ritz crackers.
  Shrimp    Crackers    Italian  
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:23:01 AM. Recipe ID 55904. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Shrimp scampi/ritz crackers.
 Categories: Fish/shellf, Italian
      Yield: 6 Servings
      1 ea Lg Shrimp  ;  (called u10) o
      1 x  Ritz crackers
      1 x  Butter
      1 x  Garlic
  Directions:  Take  the shrimp and split them thru the shell as you
  would a lobster >>>next tail.  That is split them on the rounded part
  of the shell. DO NOT REMOVE shell. After they have been split pull
  them so that the meat isseperated  from the shell and then lay them
  back in the shell. ONLY pull till you reach the tail. REMEMBER you do
  not want to remove from shell. >>>>>>NEXT Lay all of the opened
  shrimp on a baking pan and brush with a mixture of FRESH GARLIC AND
  BUTTER. Take a tube of ritz crackers and squeeze them like an
  accordian until they are crushed. Sprinkle the crackers on the
  buttered shrimp and then POUR GAR- LIC AND BUTTER over them again
  >>>>>NEXT This may be frozen at this point or placed in the fridge.
  Place the pan in a 400 degree (f) oven and bake until the crumbs
  start to brown.  Take from oven and enjoy. PLEASE remind your guests
  that the shrimp are As many of the old fashioned ways have been
  listed, I would like to offer one which has been a favorite in our
  restau- rant in Orlando. still laying in their shells and they should
  just lift them out. Lobster Tails with GREAT results.

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Recipe ID 55904 (Apr 03, 2005)

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