Do you always throw away the leftover shrimp? Reheating of shrimp can be done in many ways. Which Method do you use to reheat shrimp back to a warm delicious state?
Reheating using a microwave?
Using the steamer?
Using an oven?
Using the stove top "Skillet?
I prefer cast-iron skillet - This is the best way that you can use your stove-top to reheat the shrimp. Skillet and warm melted butter never fails to bring back the sautéed shrimp to a warm delicious state. Sauté
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