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Garlic Shrimp

31-40 count cleaned and deveined shrimp — quantity depends upon the number of guests
Garlic — depending upon the quantity of shrimp — about 4 cloves per pound
Extra Virgin Olive Oil — enough to coat the shrimp generously
1 Tsp. Smoked Spanish Paprika

Dry shrimp with a paper towel and place in bowl. Add garlic, olive oil and paprika. Let marinate for at least an hour — can be done way ahead of the party. Cook in a frying pan until shrimp is pink and firm — do not overcook. Place everything — especially the oil and garlic — in a party dish so people can eat the shrimp and dip their bread into the garlic flavored oil.

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