I know it is not cheap, but of course we dearly love shrimp. These are easy to prepare. Just DO NOT drain them in the sink. I assume the Roadtrek will reek for ages afterwards if you get that nasty stuff in the gray water tank. I am not willing to try it.
1 pound Shrimp
2 quarts of water
Bring a couple of quarts of water to a boil in a saucepan. Plop in the shrimp, does not matter if they are frozen or not, and bring the pot back to a boil. As soon as it re-boils, immediately turn off the heat and let the pot sit uncovered for five minutes. Drain and put the shrimp on ice to chill and stop the cooking. Serve the peel and eat shrimp in bowls with cocktail sauce on the side to dunk them in. Paired with a salad, that's a whole meal and really good eating!
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