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I love shrimp balls, but not the deep fried ones. Steamed dumplings are great but often take more time than I want. These are easier than apple pie but taste terrific and are low fat. I often leave out the water chestnuts. Other additions are green onions
2008, Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics, All Rights Reserved
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2007, Ellie Krieger, All rights reserved
Recipe courtesy Rachael Ray
These hors d'oeuvresÂ—a dressed-up version of shrimp toastsÂ—are adapted from a recipe by Chinese cooking authority Nina Simonds, a longtime...
Recipe courtesy of Michele Urvater
I saw this Sunday morning and it looked yummy! I'm putting here for safe keeping. Show: Barefoot Contessa Episode: Italian Every Time
A simple and delicious prep for ramen noodles, adapted from Rachel Ray.
You won't find this recipe anywhere else, I developed this using jumbo shrimp and I would strongly advise to use only very large or jumbo for this and leave the tails intact, depending on the size and amount of the shrimp used a small amount of breadcrumb
These saucy shrimp spiked with cinnamon, allspice, and fets quickly disappear. Serve with crusty bread and even rice or orzo. Gourmet Nov 2008