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Old 22-09-2004, 04:14 PM
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A couple of months ago, I boiled some 30-count shrimp (zatarains, salt,
lemon and cayenne) and put them in them (shell and all) in the juice from a
jar of claussens pickles. After marinating overnight, they tasted pretty
darned good. Now I'm thinking of trying to can a couple of pounds in a dill
pickle brine. Any ideas - - pro or con - - on this?



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Old 23-09-2004, 02:53 AM
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Page 358 The Joy of Pickling by Linda Ziedrich Great sounding recipe and
sounds just what youare looking for!
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Old 23-09-2004, 10:33 AM
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Bubba wrote:
A couple of months ago, I boiled some 30-count shrimp (zatarains, salt,
lemon and cayenne) and put them in them (shell and all) in the juice from a
jar of claussens pickles. After marinating overnight, they tasted pretty
darned good. Now I'm thinking of trying to can a couple of pounds in a dill
pickle brine. Any ideas - - pro or con - - on this?


Mmmmm, pickled shrimp. Here's my mother's recipe:

2 lbs cooked and peeled shrimp
2 medium white onions, sliced
1.5 cups vegetable oil
1.5 cups white vinegar
.5 cups sugar
1.5 tsp salt
1.5 tsp celery seed
4 Tb. capers with juice.
(I usually just dump in a whole jar of
approximately the correct size.)

Mix it all together, let marinate for 24 hours.

Seriously good!
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Bubba wrote:
A couple of months ago, I boiled some 30-count shrimp (zatarains, salt,
lemon and cayenne) and put them in them (shell and all) in the juice from

a
jar of claussens pickles. After marinating overnight, they tasted pretty
darned good. Now I'm thinking of trying to can a couple of pounds in a

dill
pickle brine. Any ideas - - pro or con - - on this?


Mmmmm, pickled shrimp. Here's my mother's recipe:

2 lbs cooked and peeled shrimp
2 medium white onions, sliced
1.5 cups vegetable oil
1.5 cups white vinegar
.5 cups sugar
1.5 tsp salt
1.5 tsp celery seed
4 Tb. capers with juice.
(I usually just dump in a whole jar of
approximately the correct size.)

Mix it all together, let marinate for 24 hours.

Seriously good!
--
Yes, I am the last man to have walked on the moon, | Mike Van Pelt
and that's a very dubious and disappointing honor. | mvp.at.calweb.com
It's been far too long. -- Gene Cernan | KE6BVH



Wow, I didn't realize there was such a real thing as pickled shrimp! I
would think even the stronger, fishy ones would work in this recipe (ocean
garden). I wouldn't waste it on the Tiger shrimp.

kili




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