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Over the years, I’ve always enjoyed making shrimp scampi, a combination of fresh shrimp, garlic and butter cooked with a little white wine and lemon juice. This classic dish is probably the most popular of the many, many shrimp dishes and is no doubt one of the easiest to make.
But before we can even start making this delicious entrée, the shrimp will have to be peeled. Boiled or uncooked, if you’re going to eat shrimp, you need to know the best way to peel them.
In the shell or not?
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