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Norman's "Mo. J.": 6 cloves raw, peeled and minced garlic 1 to 2 Scotch Bonnet chilies, stem and seeds discarded, minced 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt 2 teaspoons, whole and freshly toasted cumin seeds 1 cup pure olive oil 1/3 cup sour orange juice 2 teaspoons Spanish sherry vinegar Kosher salt and pepper, to taste
Mash the raw garlic, chiles, salt and cumin together in a mortar with the pestle until fairly smooth. Scrape this into a bowl and set aside a moment. Now heat the olive oil until fairly hot and pour it over the garlic/chile mixture and allow to stand 10 minutes. Now whisk in the sour orange juice and the vinegar. Season with the salt and pepper, to taste and set aside until ready to use.
Pickled Scotch Bonnets: 8 ounces whole Scotch Bonnet chiles, stem on and seeds intact 6 cloves garlic, thinly sliced 1 tablespoon mustard seeds 1 tablespoon dill seeds 6 small bay leaves 1 cup apple cider vinegar 1 cup champagne vinegar 1 cup water
Make a small, thin slit in each Scotch Bonnet to aid the pickling process. Place the chiles and garlic in a bowl and set aside.
Place the remaining ingredients in a non-reactive saucepan and bring to a boil over medium heat. Pour the boiling mixture over the chiles and garlic, and weigh them down with a plate so they are completely submerged. Let cool. Transfer the chiles and the liquid to an airtight jar or container and keep refrigerated for up to a month.
Leave the tail on the shrimp, peel and de-vein. Butterfly cut the shrimp. Take about 3/4 of a tablespoon of the yuca mash per shrimp and stuff the cavity of the butterfly cut, packing it firmly into place. Repeat with the remaining shrimp.
Heat a large heavy skillet with peanut oil until very hot (350 degrees). When the oil is hot lay the shrimp in it and cook until golden and cooked through. Remove them to a plate with an absorbent towel.
Spoon a small dollop of the Scotch Bonnet Tartar Salsa to go under each shrimp on the plates. Lift some of the prepared Slaw onto the center of the plates. Spoon or ladle some of the "Mo. J." directly onto each shrimp.
Remove the mixture to a bowl and add the pickled bonnets, sweet butter pickles and red onion. Stir in the hard cooked egg. Season to taste. Reserve covered and refrigerated until desired.