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A Different Spin on Surf & Turf

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The Egghead Forum is hosting a "Throw Down" contest themed "Surf and Turf". I tried to bring a lot of creativity to the entry.

 

I entered a shrimp burger with bacon and a homemade siracha cocktail sauce. 

 

I chopped about 1/2 a pound of massive shrimp into 1/2" chunks. Another 1/2 pound went into the food processor with some egg. breadcrumbs, parsley, onion and some seasonings to create a binder. 

 

Hope you enjoy this! 

 

 

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