Though not exactly "Roadfood", St Elmo's Steakhouse is an Indy Icon. So if you've never been there, it's worth checking it out if for nothing else but their Fire Breathing Shrimp Cocktail and a beer.
As Iconic Steakhouse's go, it's up there with Burn's in Tampa, (Almost). St. Elmo`s Shrimp CocktailServes
4 Difficulty Level
: 3 Ready In
: > 5 hrs
2 tablespoons fresh horseradish -- coarsely grated
1/2 cup cider vinegar -- for soakingThe Sauce
2 cups chili sauce
2 squirts fresh lemon juice
4 large squirts fresh lime juice
16 jumbo steamed shrimp -- peeled and deveined -- leave tails on
lemon wedges -- as desired
(THE SECRET IS GOOD FRESH, HOT HORSERADISH ROOT)
Shave the horseradish and place in a covered container along with the vinegar. Refrigerate overnight.
Next day, drain the horseradish.
Mix two tablespoons of the horseradish with the chili sauce. Add lemon juice and lime juice.
Place four cooked shrimp in each serving vessel surround with lemon wedges and about 1/2 cup of the sauce for each serving.
Source: St. Elmo's Restaurant; 127 S. Illinois St., Indianapolis, IN 46225; 317-635-0636
post edited by Foodbme - 2011/05/02 02:21:26