STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Hot Seafood Casserole
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As a child growing up in northwestern North Dakota, seafood was a special treat, to the point that even fish sticks were considered a pretty rare dinner at home.
Thirty-five years ago “fresh” North Dakota seafood came frozen in a box and was usually deep fried. One of my fondest memories of dining out was the occasional trip to the bowling alley in Williston and eating “shrimpos.”
By Doug Leier, North Dakota Outdoors
, August 06, 2010
Just trust me and try this one.
If you like fried chicken with a perfectly extra-crunchy, savory breading that’s not too thick, too thin or too greasy, and cooks in a flash, go to an Asian market and buy “prawn flavored chips.”
Sometimes called “shrimp chips,” these snacks usually are sold in boxes (under a variety of brands) and prior to cooking resemble brightly colored hunks of plastic.
J.M. Hirsch, The Associated Press
, February 02, 2008
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