Drunken shrimp is a popular dish in parts of China based on freshwater shrimp that are often eaten alive, but immersed in ethanol to make consumption easier. Different parts of China have different recipes for the dish. For example, the shrimp are sometimes soaked in alcohol and then cooked in boiling water rather than served live, and in other recipes cooked shrimp are marinated in alcohol after they are boiled.
- Odori ebi, the Japanese equivalent
- Chinese Home-Style Cooking, Foreign Languages Press, Beijing, 7th Printing, 2005, pp. 127. (ISBN 7-119-00407-7)
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