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How to freeze cooked shrimp

foodtv.com.I have some leftover boiled shrimp in the shell.Iwant to freeze them.Should I peel them first before I freeze them.

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Place cooked shrimp on oven tray, separate shrimp, place in freezer for one hour. When hard, remove, place shrimp in freezer bag, close well, perhaps doble bag, and return to freezer. Use within one month, removing individual shrimp as needed.

Yes. Peel them. It will be easier when you defrost them. Proceed as follows:



Place cooked shrimp on oven tray, separate shrimp, place in freezer for one hour. When hard, remove, place shrimp in freezer bag, close well, perhaps doble bag, and return to freezer. Use within one month, removing individual shrimp as needed.

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