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johnnshell
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Baywatch Margarita Shrimp
      #1030845 - 07/15/09 09:01 PM (99.159.254.77)

Does anyone know the recipe for Andy's Margarita Shrimp? Or some thing close to it.

Thanks

Michelle

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MichaelDC
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Re: Baywatch Margarita Shrimp [Re: johnnshell]
      #1030888 - 07/15/09 10:19 PM (24.222.131.210)

Andy will teach you how to make it..the catch is you have to be there at 5 in the morning. Just ask Andy

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fabila
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Re: Baywatch Margarita Shrimp [Re: johnnshell]
      #1030896 - 07/15/09 10:38 PM (69.119.227.50)

I know there is tequila and lime juice but not sure what they use to make it "hot" or if they use a tomato based product for sauce?

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CHRISnPAUL
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Re: Baywatch Margarita Shrimp [Re: johnnshell]
      #1030917 - 07/16/09 12:21 AM (71.237.108.59)

Come on guys..... it wouldn't taste the same at home as it does on Orient Beach would it????????????

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johnnshell
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Re: Baywatch Margarita Shrimp [Re: CHRISnPAUL]
      #1030955 - 07/16/09 07:31 AM (70.60.19.194)

Just want to find something to help make the waiting not so bad.

I'm pretty chipper at 5:00am don't know if Andy would enjoy my company at that hour?? haha!

Michelle

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fabila
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Re: Baywatch Margarita Shrimp [Re: CHRISnPAUL]
      #1030984 - 07/16/09 08:47 AM (155.72.24.1)

I know, Chris it isn't the same but it would bring back memories throughout the year.

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Re: Baywatch Margarita Shrimp [Re: fabila]
      #1030997 - 07/16/09 09:09 AM (69.123.100.48)

I've never had them (shame on me) but it sounds like something I would like so I googled and there are quite a few versions but all start with the basic, tequil and lime juice, then add chopped cilantro, jalepno, other juices and triple sec or similar liquor depending on the version. I'll give a 1st hand report next month from the source.

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johnnshell
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Re: Baywatch Margarita Shrimp [Re: silverfox82]
      #1031235 - 07/16/09 02:39 PM (70.60.19.194)

Wow I can't believe no one has tried and thinks they got it down or even close??

Only a couple more days, WOO HOO

Michelle

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Re: Baywatch Margarita Shrimp [Re: johnnshell]
      #1031424 - 07/16/09 06:51 PM (151.203.65.224)

I just found this recipe for Margarita sauce which could be enhanced.....
I'd add tons of Franks Hot sauce....well, taste it along the way. Saute the shrimp and let it soak in the sauce. It could work!!

Margarita Sauce:

1/2 teaspoon lime zest
1/4 cup lime juice
2 tablespoons gold tequila
2 tablespoons honey
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
2 teaspoons cornstarch
1/4 teaspoon garlic salt
1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper

Let us know!!



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fabila
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Re: Baywatch Margarita Shrimp [Re: contessa]
      #1031536 - 07/16/09 09:45 PM (69.119.227.50)

All the margarita shrimp recipes Iíve found online use basically the same ingredients and donít sound anything like what you get at Baywatch.

I've made them several times and found in order to get enough sauce to coat and for dipping garlic toast, I had to add too much hot sauce for the right consistency. Because it was so hot I tried adding fish stock and chicken stock on two occasions which helped a little but that changed the consistency of the sauce.

I marinating the shrimp in tequila and lime juice with garlic before cooking them, and also did it without marinating them and noticed little difference in the final result.

I dust the shrimp with flour and sautť them in a hot pan with olive oil, butter with garlic. Put in fresh lime juice to deglaze pan, and then added tequila. Once it reduced slightly and I burned some of the alcohol off, I added Louisiana hot sauce and some more butter to finish the sauce. Way too hot, nothing like Andy's. I find Louisiana hot sauce to have less heat than Frankís.


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