With its smoky-sweet flavor, grilled shrimp is hard to resist. These easy seafood recipes for grilled shrimp include delectable marinades and dipping sauces, but the shrimp are full of flavor on their own.
Prosciutto adds a nice salty touch to garlicky grilled shrimp.
Marinate shrimp in oil and Cajun seasoning, then drizzle warm marmalade sauce over the shrimp before serving for a fabulous main dish.
Marinated beef tenderloin steak, sausage, and shrimp take on a romantic touch when skewered and grilled. For a Valentine's Day menu, note how the shrimp face each other in a heart shape.
For a fitting dipping sauce, serve this light grilled shrimp dish with hummus or baba ganoush.
Coconut milk tames the chili sauce in the Asian-inspired sauce for this shrimp dish.
Spicy shrimp, tempered by a flame-taming cilantro dip, makes a great grilled dish for summer parties.
Start your backyard cookout with these appetizer kabobs. Your guests can nibble on the garlicky shrimp while you grill the rest of the meal.
Top gazpacho shots with grilled shrimp for a light yet flavorful appetizer.
Salt-crusted shrimp shine when dipped in a simple lemony dipping sauce. "Jumbo" or "Colossal" shrimp are labeled "U-10," which means that there are 10 or less shrimp per pound.
The shrimp gets a healthy side dish with this recipe. Quinoa, cranberries, scallions, and seasonings make up the nutrient-packed base for this dinner.
Fresh citrus provides beautiful balance to these smoky and spicy grilled shrimp. Shrimp are marketed according to size, with numbers denoting how many individual shrimp are in one pound. For example, medium-sized shrimp are packaged (and labeled) 31-35 shrimp per pound, while jumbo shrimp are packaged at 11-15 per pound.