Shrimp chop Suey
Football season means party time Shrimp chop Suey, and zip is more fun than tailgating with friends ahead of the big game.
Joe Cahn, the self-proclaimed “commissioner of tailgating,” suggests celebrating any way you like with Wild American shrimp, a finger food that easily complements beer, wine and carbonated drinks.
“Wild American shrimp go great with tailgating because it is easy, simple and easy good,” said Cahn, that has driven 250,000 miles visiting a huge number of cities and eaten his way through in excess of 370 tailgate parties.
Wild American shrimp is caught off of the Gulf and South Atlantic coasts. Much of the shrimp consumers eat is pond-raised and imported.
“You possess a choice and could not realize on your table shrimp grown in ponds and imported to the present country,” Cahn said. “And shrimp through the Gulf and Atlantic just tastes better.”
Wild American shrimp could be cooked beforehand or grilled minutes before serving. Low in fat and loaded with flavor, protein and cardio-protective omega-3 fat, it gives party-goers a good amount of energy to cheer because of their favorite team.
For the following tailgating celebration, make this happen easy recipe from Wild American Shrimp Inc.:
GRILLED TEXAS WILD AMERICAN SHRIMP
Makes 6 servings Shrimp chop Suey
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1/4 cup tequila
1/4 cup red vinegar
2 tablespoons Mexican lime juice
1 tablespoon ground red chiles
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
1 red bell pepper, finely chopped
24 large raw shrimp, peeled and
de-veined (tails left on)
Shrimp chop Suey
Mix all ingredients except shrimp in shallow glass or plastic dish. Stir in shrimp. Cover and refrigerate for one hour.
Remove shrimp from marinade, reserving liquid. Thread 4 shrimp on every one of six (8-inch) metal skewers. Grill over medium coals, turning once until pink, 2 minutes to three minutes on both sides.
In a non-reactive saucepan, bring marinade to your boil. Reduce heat and simmer, uncovered, until bell pepper is tender, about 5 minutes. Serve with shrimp.