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If you are going to a cocktail party, you can be the hit of the party. Grab a free copy of our New Orleans Shrimp recipe. I've served it many times and every time people beg me for the recipe. Take it to a party and you'll make everyone else that brought an appetizer jealous.
The fun part of this dish is having everyone sitting around the table dipping French bread in the wonderful sauce. You may use this as a meal or an appetizer. This recipe serves three to six as an appetizer or you may double the ingredients and use as a main dish.
If you have a large iron skillet, use it. Place a trivet or hot pad in the center of table and have guest's spoon shrimp onto their plates. Guests peel and eat shrimp while dipping the French bread in the sauce. Serve with chilled white wine like Pinot Grigio, cold beer, lemonade or iced tea and plenty of paper napkins.
Garnish shrimp with scallions. Place iron skillet on a hot pad in center of table and have guests spoon shrimp onto their plates. Guests peel and eat shrimp while dipping the French bread in the sauce [watch out it's spicy].
If you can find shrimp with the head and shell on USE it. Shrimp with the head / shell on impart a special flavor to the dish while cooking. Headless or shelled shrimp will work so if you do not find headed shrimp use the headless.
Too reduce the spicy BANG use only half of the peppers: cayenne, crushed red and black.