I use medium-size raw shrimp and puree the tails in a food processor, then combine the puree with pieces of the shrimp to form thick burgers.
This recipe is admittedly a little basic, but sometimes, basic is good. Basic is a garlicky, white winey, tomatoey broth that will take care of your expensive seafood, cook it gently, and make everything taste delicious.
This is a superb summery lunch recipe that tastes great both hot or cold.
This is somewhere between a soup and an appetizer.
Fried shrimp, coated with puffy Japanese panko crumbs? One of the world's great crunchy treats, to be sure!