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The world of fermentation.
This is our take on camarão a moçambique, or shrimp Mozambique. Despite the name, the dish is in fact Portuguese—Mozambique was once a Portuguese colony and the source of the piri piri chilies traditionally used to spice up the shrimp. For our version, we opted to use an easier-to-find fresh Fresno chili combined with sweet paprika to add color and mild heat.
pounds jumbo shrimp, peeled, deveined, tails removed, patted dry
teaspoon sweet paprika
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