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WITH LIME, GARLIC, AGAVE & OREGANO MOJO RECIPE COURTESY OF RISTORANTE JULIA 905.844.7401 | JULIASRISTORANTE.COM INGREDIENTS 2 Tablespoons 12 Shrimp 1 Cup
Extra Virgin Olive Oil 8/10 Tiger – Cleaned and Shells removed Yucca- Blanched core removed and diced
SAUCE 1/2 Cup 1 Cup 1/4 Cup 1/3 Cup 1 Tablespoon 1 Teaspoon 1 Teaspoon 1 Teaspoon
Extra Virgin Olive Oil Lime Juice Agave Nectar Oregano – Chopped Garlic Purée Ground Cumin Kosher Salt Cracked Black Pepper
GARNISH Grilled Bread, Yucca Chips & Lime Wedges METHOD For The Sauce: Whisk together all ingredients in a mixing bowl.
exposed brick walls, it’s hard to believe this location was once the Oakvilles police station. You can enjoy a piece of history in one of the original jail cells that has been refurbished into a warm private dining room with an expansive wine cellar.
For The Shrimp: Heat pan with olive oil. Sauté the shrimp and blanched yucca (can substitute blanched potato if yucca is unavailable) Once shrimp is partially cooked add in the sauce and bring to a simmer. Once the shrimp are cooked you are ready to serve. Garnish with grilled bread, chips and lime wedges.
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