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Maple Bacon Wrapped Shrimp

Mood: Decadent

Cost: Not so Cheap

Difficulty: Easy

Rating: XXXX
The Tease
"Please can I have one more sir?" This is a great dish to hand feed your date. Feeding a date is dead sexy.

Time To Cook:
• All cooks:
• Experienced cook: 20-25 minutes
Eating lots of shrimp can improve your cholesterol ratio, by increasing the ratio of good cholesterol (HDL) to bad cholesterol (LDL). A diet high in shrimp may also significantly lower triglyceride levels. Shrimp are also an excellent source of selenium, which may provide protection against three types of cancer. (source: Canadian study, April 2004, Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers) Shrimp also are a good source of vitamin D and vitamin B12.

• 1 packet of center-cut maple smoked bacon without the nitrates

• 6 colossal shrimp, cleaned (deveined) with tail on

• Toothpicks • Cooking sheet

Preparation (Do it!)
1. Pre-heat your oven to 450 degrees. The rest is too simple. Take one strip of bacon per shrimp and wrap in around the shrimp exposing the shell. Poke your toothpick through the shrimp to hold the bacon in place.

2. Place on baking sheet. 3. Bake at 450 for 30 minutes.


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