Martin Woods
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Rock Shrimp

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Rock shrimp has a texture and flavor like lobster.  The shell is "hard as a rock," hence the term rock shrimp. Until machines were invented to process them, rock shrimp were popular only with avid fishermen and divers…because getting to the meat through the hard shell was such a chore.

Rock shrimp do not grow as large as their shrimp cousins. The largest commercially-available rock shrimp are 21 to 25 to the pound and are about 2 inches in length.

Rock shrimp also cook faster than shrimp. Please be mindful when boiling, broiling or sautéing (35 seconds to 2 minutes, respectively). If you overcook it, the flesh becomes tough and chewy. Rock shrimp may be easily substituted for shrimp in most recipes.