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Shrimp (Shell-On Gulf Brown, 16-20 count, Wild Caught)

$15.49

Credit/Debit card will not be charged until actual fish or seafood is weighed. Actual cost could be slightly more or less depending on actual weight.


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Cook with shell on for best flavor when grilling or boiling, Peel and devein when sauteeing.

 

Boiling Preparation: 

Leave the shell on, water should be rapidly boiling in the largest pot you own (at least 1 gallon of water per pound….more is better) and seasoned with McGowan & Sons Proprietary Boil Seasoning.  Add shrimp to boiling water, turn off the heat and cover the pot. Check shrimp after 5-7 minutes. They should be pink, slightly curled, opaque and firm. Immediately drain the shrimp and cool them as quickly as possible…..using an ice baths work great.

Sauteeing Preparation: 

Peel and devein shrimp. Sautee in a medium-hot pan 3-4 minutes with butter or canola/grapeseed oil until they are firm and opaque.  Any number of seasonings can be added to shrimp. If blackening, use hot pan with butter

Grilling Preparation: 

Can be grilled shell-on or off.  McGowan recommends putting them on a skewer.  It just makes it easier. They can be put in a marinade but for no more than half an hour otherwise they will start to break down and get mushy.  Grill grate should be well-oiled. Cook for approximately 3-4 minutes on each side until they are opaque and firm.  

Products specifications
Ordering Minimum Time Orders must be placed 48 prior to pickup. If you need an order sooner, please call for availability.
Disclaimer Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.
Type Shellfish
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Cook with shell on for best flavor when grilling or boiling, Peel and devein when sauteeing.

 

Boiling Preparation: 

Leave the shell on, water should be rapidly boiling in the largest pot you own (at least 1 gallon of water per pound….more is better) and seasoned with McGowan & Sons Proprietary Boil Seasoning.  Add shrimp to boiling water, turn off the heat and cover the pot. Check shrimp after 5-7 minutes. They should be pink, slightly curled, opaque and firm. Immediately drain the shrimp and cool them as quickly as possible…..using an ice baths work great.

Sauteeing Preparation: 

Peel and devein shrimp. Sautee in a medium-hot pan 3-4 minutes with butter or canola/grapeseed oil until they are firm and opaque.  Any number of seasonings can be added to shrimp. If blackening, use hot pan with butter

Grilling Preparation: 

Can be grilled shell-on or off.  McGowan recommends putting them on a skewer.  It just makes it easier. They can be put in a marinade but for no more than half an hour otherwise they will start to break down and get mushy.  Grill grate should be well-oiled. Cook for approximately 3-4 minutes on each side until they are opaque and firm.  

Products specifications
Ordering Minimum Time Orders must be placed 48 prior to pickup. If you need an order sooner, please call for availability.
Disclaimer Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.
Type Shellfish
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