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Salted Shrimp (Camarones con sal)

Salted Shrimp (Camarones con sal)

The US harvests about 650 million pounds of shrimp each year, and imports another 200 million pounds per year. If you ever go to Louisiana you will see banks lined with shrimp boats- some so old that you have to wonder how they still keep afloat. 

salted shrimp recipe mi casa su casa FORWARD mexico

It's no secret that shrimp is well loved by all and one of the most versatile ingredients found in many different cultures around the world. Including Mexico. 

salted shrimp recipe mi casa su casa FORWARD mexico

The further inland you go the less seafood you will see, no pun intended, so it was an absolute delight to stumble across a local restaurant here in CDMX that housed it’s own seafood market and butchery; Pardo La Carne y La Pesca Roma. If you are ever in Mexico City and feel like a home cooked meal, head here for your meat or fish, (or surf and turf if you’re wild n’ out). 

salted shrimp recipe mi casa su casa FORWARD mexico

This dish is easy 

Ingredients:

  • lemons
  • olive oil
  • butter (grass fed)
  • shrimp
  • salt
  • limes
  • guajillo chiles
  • garlic
  • onion, finely chopped
  • parsley

 

salted shrimp recipe mi casa su casa FORWARD mexico

Preparation

  • Start by seasoning the de-shelled and cleaned shrimp with salt and guanjillo chiles
  • Add the butter and olive oil to a frying pan over medium-low heat until butter begins to melt. 
  • Add the garlic and onion and let saute together for about 5 minutes.
  • Add the shrimp and cook for 5-8 minutes or until they are completely cooked through. 
  • Add the lime juice and parsley.
  • Enjoy immediately with tortillas, rice or your favorite grain. 
salted shrimp recipe mi casa su casa FORWARD mexico

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