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Easy Garlic Butter Shrimp New Tasty Pinoy Recipe - Sprite, Ketchup, Carrots, Ginger | How To Cook

Garlic Butter Shrimp New Recipe - Pinoy Style in Sprite with Ketchup Ginger & Carrots. Garlic Butter Shrimp is a super easy dish to make. This recipe shows how to cook this beloved dish the Filipino way. Cooking shrimp in this form is actually a common practice in some Asian countries, including the Philippines. Dishes such as Sinignag na Hipon, Halabas na Hipon, and Nilasing na Hipon uses cleaned fresh shrimp with head and shell. This simple recipe is about how to cook shrimp with sprite and ketchup with a twist. Other version is shrimp with sprite and oyster sauce. You can also do sweet and spicy shrimp with sprite (ulang shrimp recipe). So now you know how to cook shrimp with sprite and butter or dampa style buttered shrimp. Others tried shrimp with coke recipe - but I don't how how it taste. Garlic butter shrimp with lemom lime soda - This version is simply made of Shrimp, garlic, butter, and lemon soda / soft drinks specifically SPRITE with added carrots and ginger. Don’t take the lemon soda / Sprite for granted because it is a major ingredient. You can use other soft drinks such as 7Up, Sierra Mist, and the likes. The sweet taste of this dish is attributed to this ingredient. It also blends well with butter and garlic. How to Cook Garlic Butter Shrimp Filipino Style Ingredients 1 kilo shrimp 1 large carrots chopped 1/4 cup butter 1/4 cup Tomato or Banana Ketchup 1 head garlic crushed 1 head chopped toasted garlic 1 cup Sprite (soft drinks) 1/2 clove sliced onions a pinch of salt Gingers strips as alternative to pepper Instructions - So easy Garlic Butter Shrimp How to Cook Buttered Garlic Shrimp with Sprite 1. Melt the butter in a pan. 2. Add the ginger, garlic & onion. Cook in low heat until the color turns light brown 3. Put-in the shrimp. Adjust heat to medium high. 4. Add Sprite & Carrots 5. Cook until shrimp turns orange 6. Serve hot & sprinkle with toasted garlic for added flavor. Share and Enjoy!

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