Pickled Shrimp with Lemon Chive Aioli

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  • on February 12, 2012

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    Unbelievable recipe; I always made Ina's Baked Shrimp Scampi for special guests, but of course, though delicious, not light. This dish covers everything you want: beautiful vibrant colors, bright fresh flavors, and very healthy. I have used the trifle bowl, but am going to put it in individual non stemmed martini glasses and partner it with filet mignon... I actually roast the shrimp w/olive oil in the oven per Ina and use that shrimp...even better. Great job, Kelsey!!!!

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  • on January 05, 2012

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    This recipe was a Christmas Day hit!! Even people that normally don't like seafood LOVED this shrimp cocktail. Take a look at my photos on my culinary page on Facebook @ Patisseries par moi.

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  • on December 11, 2011

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    Absolutely Delicious and a hit of the party. I made this for our company Chirstmas party and I have to say that this was some of the best shirmp I have ever eaten anywhere! This recipe is tasty, beautiful, and so easy! The aoli was ok, but really not needed, the shrimp is fantastic without it. This recipe is going under the heading of "My Favorites" in my recipe box!!

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  • on December 07, 2011

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    Absolutely Fantastic - took it to our Christmas Carolling party and it was the talk of the table. Her show did not show how to do the aoli and (which is where I was copying the recipe - it was not needed. The shrimp is fantastic without it. Next time I think I will add some red and yellow pepper strips and will probably come up with something else to "pickle" because I could not get enough of it. I also did half the olive oil because I was afraid it would dominate. Can't wait to take it to the next party.

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  • on October 26, 2011

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    I have made this twice to rave reviews by my guests. This is a great crowd pleaser.

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  • on October 17, 2011

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    Oh my gosh. I belong to a Diner's Club and my dinner this year is a 'dipping' theme (such as fondue so this recipe looked perfect for an appetizer. I tested this recipe on my husband tonight and we thought it was the best shrimp we have ever tasted. My challenge is that it is so good I don't know how to follow it up. And on top of it all, the presentation is beautiful. Thank you Kelsey.

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  • on September 24, 2011

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    This is the first of Kelly's recipes that I have made. Just as she said it is easy and taste GREAT. My family is very honest when I make a new recipe and it does not live up to what they expect. They LOVED it! I'm going to try more of her recipes.

    ltanya61

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