Cilantro Lime Shrimp Pipette Recipe

Yields: 50 shrimp

Ingredients

Instructions

Preheat oven to 375

Juice and zest lime

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Whisk together all ingredients except the shrimp and cocktail sauce

Toss shrimp with cilantro lime sauce until coated.

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Line metal pan with foil and spritz with oil

Pour shrimp into pan in a single layer

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Bake for 8-10 minutes until shrimp is lightly pink.

Meanwhile, strain cocktail sauce to remove as much solid as possible and thin with 50/50 water and vinegar until consistency allows pipette to suck up liquid. If tastes too watery, add a dash of worcestershire sauce.

Use pipettes to suck up cocktail sauce until all pipettes are full.

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Allow shrimp to cool till you can handle it without getting burned.

!Tip: I found it easier to fill all the pipettes, but to immediately insert pipette after drilling hole - the hole is hard to find if you try to do this assembly line style.

Poke a hole in the edge of shrimp with a toothpick

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Immediately insert filled pipette.

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Finished shrimp should look like this:

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Arrange on a plate and serve. Squeeze sauce into mouth as you bite the shrimp off the skewer.

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