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Bang Bang Blackened Citrus Shrimp

Bang Bang Blackened Citrus Shrimp

Toot Toot. Yes that is me tootin my own horn on this recipe. I wanted to dive right into @BadFish_bbq sweet fire and blackened citrus rubs to see what the heck all the hype was about. Battered in a blacken citrus blend and fried to perfection then TOSSED in a Sweet Fire Garlic Mayo blend that I marinaded overnight. . First I truly believe this new Sweet Fire Garlic Mayo could be made in bulk and spread on errrthang. But mixed with the pungent Blacken Citrus shrimp it was love at first bite. Not only are these so great to grill with, but are so versatile in the kitchen. . Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 15 minutes Total Time: 25 minutes Serves: 4 . Ingredients:

- Shrimp (1 lb, deveined and peeled) - Vegetable Oil (1/2 cup)

The Sauce: - Sweet Fire Rub (1 TBSP) - Mayo (1/4 cup) - Garlic (2 cloves) . -The Batter-

Milk Mixture: - Milk (1/2 cup) - Sour Cream (2 TBSP) - Lemon Juice (1 TBSP)

Flour Mixture: - Blackened Citrus Rub (2 TBSP) - Flour (1/2 cup) - Cornstarch (1/4 cup) - Salt and Pepper (to taste) Directions: 1. 4-24 hours in advance make the sauce by adding all ingredients and mixing thoroughly. Cover and let marinade in the fridge.

2. De-vein shrimp, and pat dry (I believe this is an important part to keeping them crispy). In two separate bowls make the milk mixture and flour mixture by combining all ingredients listed for each in each bowl. 3. In a large frying pan, heat oil on medium high heat. Once oil is hot (you can take a drop of water and if it sizzles, the oil is ready). 4. Dip each shrimp into the milk mixture and then coat with the flour mixture. Drop into oil. Do not over crowd shrimp. Cook for 2-3 minutes on each side. Place in a bowl. Once done, pour the sauce over the shrimp and toss gently. Serve immediately.

. You can find these rub blends at or IG @BadFish_bbq . Bon Appetite.



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