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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Beer Bread and New Orleans Style Shrimp on the UDS

I've definately made this before....it's one of my favorite "finger foods". :)

 I fried up a few cubes of bacon.















Made a batch of beer bread
3 cups self rising flour
1/4 cup of sugar (more or less to suit taste)
a pinch of salt
and 1 beer






Brushed the bread with bacon drippngs and smoked on high heat in the UDS until the top sounded hollow when tapped.











While the bread baked I made my spicy shrimp sauce using the bacon drippings... (recipe in link above)




Added the shrimp and stirred to coat before placing in the drum...




These didn't take long at all... I gave the shrimp a couple more stirs for even cooking.








Served with plenty of napkins and cold beer.....







I loved the shrimp... but my favorite part was the beer bread dipped in the spicy shrimp sauce.  :)
Hope to make this again soon! 



22 comments:

Rolf Virbom said...

That looks so tasty!
On the bread: How much is one of your beer?

Rolf

Big Dude said...

I just love the variety of breads you make to compliment your dishes and the shrimp look awesome.

cowgirl said...

Thank you Rolf! It's nice to see you!
The beer was 12 ounces.
I made another greek pork braid using your recipe, it was delicious! Thanks again.. :)

cowgirl said...

Larry Thank you!
I love the pics of you blogger party! The feast looks excellent and your deck looks like the perfect location too! :)

Sid said...

Those shrimp again! I've got to start diggin' a hole:) Gonna borrow a welder from a friend this weekend and try and get the finishing touches on on my UDS, not counting paint and other details. I'll have to look into the blog thing and post a picture or two. A. Chris

cowgirl said...

lol Yes those shrimp again. :)
Hope you let me know how the UDS build goes Chris. I would really love to see pics if you get the time. You might be able to use JB Weld in place of welding. Just an idea.
I made pita bread in mine today... that was a first but they tasted pretty good! :)

Thanks Chris..

Inspired by eRecipeCards said...

Hey Cowgirl, it's been awhile since I stopped by to say hi. so...

Hi

And as usual. what a great fun setup you show. Love the bread and terrific sounding dipping sauce! wonderful post

Dave
sometimes Year on the Grill, but usually eRecipeCards.com

cowgirl said...

Hi Dave, It's nice to see you! :)
I saw pics of Larry's blog gathering, looked like you all had a great time. Glad to see you made it there. I hope to some day!

Thanks so much for stopping by. I've wondered how you were doing. :)

Frugal Canadian Hermit said...

Looking good Jeanie. I love shrimp. I have had a bad experience with it once though. I bought a big bag of jumbo shrimp once and I took a few out for supper. I put the bag of shrimp away, but somehow I put it into a drawer in the kitchen instead of the freezer. It was like, oooops. I really hope to never do that again. I eventually found the lost shrimp though.

panthers76 said...

Bacon in cube form? Spicy shrimp? Slopping up spicy shrimp broth with beer bread? Sounds like a little bit of nirvana in Okie land... Looking good Jeanie.

JazzCat said...

As always Jeanie, your cookin' is lookin' Fantastic! Love that shrimp cook!!

Sid said...

Ok, did the shrimp thing for dinner last night. Made enough for two sittings. Ate it all in one. Somebody should make bacon out of me! As delicious as I expected! I can see why it's one of your favorites. Can see this happening again in the not to distant future.
A. Chris

cowgirl said...

lol Mark!! That would be interesting to find shrimp in a drawer. Hope you found them before the smell took over your house! :)
Your place is looking great Mark..really coming along nice!
Thanks...

cowgirl said...

lol Bill...Thanks! :)
Hope you had a nice weekend!

cowgirl said...

Thank you Jazzcat!
Hope all is going well in your neck of the woods! :)

cowgirl said...

Chris I'm so glad that you tried it and I'm really glad you liked them!! :)
It's one of my favorites.
Thanks for letting me know. :)
Hope you had a great weekend!

Connie said...

Oh my goodness! My mouth is watering. I've not seen anything that looks that good for a long time . . . or maybe it is because I'm real hungry, but I don't think that's it. Hey, Steve over at
http://woodworkinandgoodeats.blogspot.com (he's one of your followers) made this Motorcycle Rocking Horse for his granddaughter, check it out. Very Cool. Now, I'm going to the kitchen to add shrimp to my shopping list. This is a recipe, I'm ready for. Yum!!!!!
Have a great day, Connie

cowgirl said...

Thank you Connie! It's nice to meet you.
I checked out Steve's horse... he is very talented.
Thanks for stopping by Connie! :)

Ross in Ventura said...

That looks really good Jeanie, I should try it

Ross

David said...

When I die, I want to come back as a pig so you can make me look good, and people will look at my belly and say "YUM." Seriously - that's some fine snacking food right there!

cowgirl said...

Ross Thank you!! Hope you are having a great week. :)

cowgirl said...

lol David!! Thanks!! :)