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Member's Mark Beer Battered Shrimp (2 lbs.)

by Member's Mark |
Item # 980081414
Model # 28614 |

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Why We Love This

Need a meal in a pinch? Authentic pub-style beer battered shrimp are ready to serve in 15 minutes! Add to your favorite pasta, or dip them in tangy cocktail sauce.

About this item

  • Authentic pub-style beer battered shrimp
  • Oven-ready
  • Easy to prepare - ready in 15 minutes
  • Restaurant quality
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Member's Mark™ Beer Battered Shrimp (2 lbs.) is a restaurant-quality snack or meal that's ready in a flash. Those nights when you don't feel like cooking, going out or waiting for a delivery, these shrimp will be your saving grace. They are also great as dippers or appetizers for a party. Whatever the occasion, you will feed a lot of hungry mouths and replace them with smiling faces when you serve up a batch of Member's Mark Beer Battered Shrimp.

What's a Good Beer Battered Shrimp Recipe?

Member's Mark Beer Battered Shrimp are totally fine by themselves. You simply bake them in the oven for 15 minutes and they come out crispy and delicious. Just dip them in whatever sauce you prefer and you won't be disappointed. But there are a dozen or more other fun ways to utilize them if you have the time. Toss them on top of a salad or a basket of baked potato wedges, serve them in shrimp tacos with cabbage slaw and avocado salsa or add them to a bowl of pasta.

Does This Include Shrimp Batter?

This shrimp has batter already cooked on, so no need to hassle with the mess of battering your own shrimp, not to mention the cleanup when oil is splattered everywhere. These shrimp are ready to cook right out of the box—all you have to do is preheat the oven.

How Do You Cook These Shrimp?

Member's Mark Beer Battered Shrimp should be cooked in an oven for best results. An oven is necessary to achieve the crispy, authentic pub taste that these shrimp were made to have. They are already prepared and ready to be placed on a baking sheet and thrown in the oven.


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