Portuguese Shrimp Mozambique with Rice
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The 2017 Beautiful Game soccer tournament is quickly approaching. If you are a fan of soccer, also known as fútbol you might like to know that Modelo is the official beer of the Beautiful Game. I know when I was younger, soccer was life. My dad who immigrated from Portugal as a child was a faithful soccer fan who would always find some excuse to kick around a ball outdoors. He was Portuguese so soccer was in his blood and something his entire family loved.
Now, as an adult I still enjoy soccer, but I am not sure I could ever be as big of a fan of the sport as my father was. Sadly he passed away too soon but every time I watch/hear a game, I think of my father.
What are your favorite soccer teams?
When it is game day, food has always played a huge part in the enjoyment. My dad used to make the BEST Shrimp Mozambique when we were little so today, I wanted to share this family tradition with you all. It is made with fairly common ingredients, and Modelo Especial Beer.
Like most men, my father always loved a “cold one” as he would refer to beer. My husband Jared also loves his beer and looks forward to enjoying a few during the weekends. Modelo Especial and Modelo Negra are two brands that he enjoys because they are flavorful, and priced perfectly. You can find Modelo Beer wherever beer, wine, and spirits are sold.
We love supporting the Modelo brand because it originates from Mexico, and is brewed with a fighting spirit. What is even more cool is that Modelo is the Proud Sponsor of the 2017 Beautiful Game!
My recipe for Portuguese Shrimp Mozambique with Rice can also make YOUR summer tastier!
This recipe is fairly quick and pairs perfectly with some Modelo Beer!
Portuguese Shrimp Mozambique is one of them succulent recipes where you want to actually suck all the juices out from the shrimp before un-pealing them. This is best served with rice, french fries, or even mashed potatoes.
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