By Eddy − On Thursday, October 6, 2016, 7 years ago in Appetizer Recipes
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Portuguese Shrimp with Port Wine Recipe


This Portuguese shrimp with Port wine recipe is a great appetizer.
Portuguese Shrimp with Port Wine Recipe


Preparation time2 h 15 min
Cooking Time 20 min
Ready In2 h 35 min
Level of DifficultyEasy
Servings4

Ingredients

8 shrimp1 pineapple3 chopped garlic cloves2 Tbsp of olive oil1 tsp. honey2 glasses of port wineChopped coriander, walnuts and pine nuts (to taste)
8 shrimp1 pineapple3 chopped garlic cloves2 Tbsp of olive oil1 tsp. honey2 glasses of port wineChopped coriander, walnuts and pine nuts (to taste)
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Preparation

  1. Cut the shrimps in two (starting from the tails to the heads) and place in refrigerator.
  2. Meanwhile, peel and slice the pineapple; marinate the pineapple slices on Port wine and the garlic cloves for about 2 hours.
  3. On a pot mix the olive oil, the honey, the coriander, the walnuts, the pine nuts and the pineapple. Let the pineapple soak for a few minutes and remove it from the sauce.
  4. On the same sauce fry the shrimps. Add the Port wine with the marinade and let it thicken. Then serve the shrimps with the pineapple and the sauce. Your friends will love this shrimp.
Recipe & Photo Credit: all-about-portugal.com

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