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I did these on a Himalaya salt block and added bay scallops about 1″ diameter. Did you know, people can eat them faster than I can cook them?
Do you peel the shrimp before grilling them?
Hi Sof, yes, but we leave the tail tips on for a more elegant presentation.
Simple, delish! Only change I made was added one TBLS of lemon juice and hot sauce to taste to the basting butter! People devoured them immediately!
Great idea to add lemon juice and hot sauce Brenda, thanks!
Light, springy and packed with phenomenal flavour. It was a hit at the weekend summer cookout. We did up with pepper flakes though!
Just a suggestion – skip the bamboo skewers and go with a FLAT or V metal. Food will cook more evenly (the metal conducts heat to the inside of the food) & won’t spin around, especially if you pop a few veg on the skewers to accompany the shrimp. Always use good grill gloves, especially with metal skewers.
no bbq on my balcon,on the stove s allright?
When grill shrimp I put a piece of foil shiny side down beneath the exposed skewers on the cool side, if my grill is hot I often only cook on one side.
Shrimp on a skewer? What a marvelous idea. Bamboo skewers, I’m officially on the hunt for those, kind of like finding the perfect garage sale. I love skewer food because it cuts down on using utensils. Always find that I use up all my silverware first and don’t have any left (maybe I should get more than just 8 forks?!) and then I’m stuck with an empty dishwasher but the utensil tray is always filled. Especially when entertaining! Might make some fruit kebobs to compliment this.