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HELP! Alternative to cocktail sauce for shrimp...

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by RowdyOne, Dec 25, 2003.

  1. RowdyOne

    RowdyOne Constant Lurker

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    In all the haste we forgot the cocktail sauce for the shrimp. I need alternatives quick! Anyone have any ideas for something to dip shrimp in?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Navy joe

    Navy joe TFL Member

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    Drawn(melted) butter. Not margarine, butter. MMMM!
     


  3. ScubaSven

    ScubaSven PersonaNonGrata

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    If you have ketchup, horseradish and worsteschire sauce, you can make your own.
     
  4. Mild Bill

    Mild Bill Millennium Member

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    My God! How far are you from the supermarket!?
    :)

    I forget stuff all the time, and I just say;
    "uh, I gotta go back!"...
    But then again, the supermarket is like Disney to me!

    ;c
     
  5. RowdyOne

    RowdyOne Constant Lurker

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    Missing the horseradish and no place open has it...

     
  6. RowdyOne

    RowdyOne Constant Lurker

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    State of Confusion...
    I just tried all the ones around here and they are all closed.
     
  7. In lieu of horseradish...ketchup, tobasco OR red pepper flakes, lemon juice, pepper.
     
  8. Mild Bill

    Mild Bill Millennium Member

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    Bummer!!
    I figured that was a possibility after I posted that, but it was already out there...

    May the force be with you!

    ;c
     
  9. 45acp4me

    45acp4me Pissed puppet

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    A1 or some other type of steak sauce is actually pretty tasty on shrimp. Butter is always tasty as well.

    Regards,
    Glen
     
  10. grenadier

    grenadier

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    Seriously,

    If the shrimp is of decent quality, then just some salt and pepper.
     
  11. gwalchmai

    gwalchmai Lucky Member

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    I was served prawns with ketchup and lime juice at Los Cabos once. It was surprisingly good.
     
  12. RowdyOne

    RowdyOne Constant Lurker

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    I did not even know about it! Shows how much I pay attention.

    Well the end result was pretty good. It is a combination of suggestions here and a little surfing we came up with...

    1 bottle of Heinz chili sauce
    Wostershire sauce @ 1 tsp
    lemon juice @ 2 tsp
    Franks Red Hot(did not have tobasco)
    red peper flakes

    Mix to taste.

    It was like the pour and taste method of bartending and the in-laws liked it.

    Thanks to all!!! My wife now believes that you can find ANYTHING on GT!

    ;c ;c ;c
     
  13. Short Cut

    Short Cut PatrioticMember CLM

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    Louie sauce - ketchup, mayo, worsteschire sauce, Tobasco & relish optional