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These are lovely. I used larger tiger shrimp (just my preference - it means fewer shrimp to peel and clean!) and a couple of drops of orange extract as I didn't have any liqueur on hand. Had a few ounces of leftover crabmeat from a couple of nights ago, so I threw it in with the cooked shrimp. Thanks for this one, Bergy.

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Mille® May 04, 2002

we are entering the shrimp season here in Louisiana, so i had to try this! we liked it a lot-fast,easy and lot of flavor. next time, i intend to marinate the shrimp overnight, using everything but the orange liquer. then i'll follow the recipe as written, adding the orange at the end as suggested. will let you all know!

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Margaret3 May 13, 2002

Great flavor. After his first bite, my hubby said it tastes just like a margarita. He took the leftovers to work with him that night, and several of the guys there begged for the recipe. A great hit all around :o) Very yummy.

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Kellie in SLO October 24, 2002

The recipe I had was slightly different -- orange juice instead of liquer, and cointreau as well (which I think was optional). Great as an appetizer to bbq chicken!

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sharonakz July 02, 2002

Amazing! Tastes just like a margarita.

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wxbeauty1 July 21, 2008

Didn't work for us.

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Clifford Boren September 23, 2002
Margarita Shrimp