Since they cook in just minutes, grilled shrimp are perfect for a weeknight dinner or a last-minute party. From garlic to bacon-wrapped to BBQ kabobs, these easy recipes for grilled shrimp will become family favorites after just one bite.See Popular Grilling Shrimp Recipes
Sweet and spicy shrimp are grilled with a generous coating of Pace® Picante Sauce, brown sugar, tomato and lemon juice.
Paprika, chili powder, and cumin add delicious heat to the shrimp in this 30-minute recipe. Serve it on a large platter at a summer party.
Luke Mangan particularly likes juicy, sweet Yamba prawns (a.k.a., shrimp) from New South Wales, but any variety of fresh, large shrimp will do.
When grilling shrimp or scallops, use sticks of lemongrass or sprigs of rosemary as an alternative to metal or bamboo skewers.
Of all the great grilling recipes, seafood and pineapple, cooked en plein air, evokes thoughts of tropical cookouts, honeymoon suites, and that episode of The Brady Bunch where they go to Hawaii and get haunted by a tiki god. But did they get to feast on anything as good as Shrimp and Pineapple Skewers? (According to Alice: No, they did not.) Whoever first thought of cooking cold, refreshing pineapple on the grill should be lauded as a genius: As the fruit heats, some of the water boils away, leaving behind caramelized sugar that softens the intense, bright flavor intoread more
To create this Southwestern-inspired dish, Melissa Rubel Jacobson tosses shrimp with chipotle chile powder (made from dried, smoked jalapenos), grills them, then layers them on top of crunchy fried corn tortillas and crisp, citrusy slaw.
Use a foolproof foil packet to cook a trio of simply delicious seafood.
For an easy meal, serve these Greek-inspired shrimp skewers over couscous tossed with bell peppers, tomatoes, and chopped parsley.
Vikram Sunderam marinates the shrimp twice: first in garlic and ginger, then in a more complex marinade that includes yogurt, cashews, jalapeno, and mango pulp. Combine the most important ingredients into one marinade and substitute store-bought mango nectar for the pulp.
Spicy shrimp, tempered by a flame-taming cilantro dip, makes a great grilled dish for summer parties.
Marinate shrimp in oil and Cajun seasoning, then drizzle warm marmalade sauce over the shrimp before serving for a fabulous main dish.
This tasty grilled shrimp dish is great anytime, but is especially welcome in this, the year of Mexico's dual anniversaries. September 16, 2010, is the bicentennial of Mexico's Independence Day and November 20 is the centennial of the Mexican Revolution.