Skewered with vegetables and fruit, shrimp kabobs make light and easy suppers. From pineapple-teriyaki to bell pepper-mushroom, these easy shrimp kabob recipes make luaus out of otherwise mundane meals.
Serve these light shrimp, scallop, and orange kabobs with rice or couscous.
A coconut milk marinade flavors the shrimp in these grilled kabobs. Make them at your next summer cookout.
Serve colorful kabobs of shrimp, red pepper, and zucchini brushed with lemon butter sauce for your next barbecue.
A bourbon grilling sauce adds zip to this easy grilled shrimp main dish recipe that can be prepared with only four ingredients.
The sauce for this easy shrimp appetizer can also be used with grilled fish or chicken.
For authentic Mediterranean flavor, these fish and shrimp kabobs are marinated in fennel, garlic, lemon, and oregano.
Kabobs are a fun, healthy, and flavorful way to grill seafood and vegetables. Perfect for a cookout or picnic.
Conjure up images of a tropical paradise when you serve grilled shrimp with spicy-sweet papaya salsa.
For a fruit side dish, during the last 5 minutes of grilling time place fresh pineapple wedges alongside the shrimp. Serve rice and peas to round out the meal.
Pork and shrimp kabobs, brushed with a refreshing citrus glaze and grilled to golden perfection, are an easy low-calorie recipe to serve as a main dish or appetizers.
Round up just four ingredients to make a brushing sauce for grilled shrimp and pineapple. Serve any extra as a dipping sauce at the dinner table.
Serve these grilled seafood and vegetable kabobs as an appetizer or a main dish.
Grilled chicken, shrimp, sausage, and vegetables make for a complete meal on a stick.
The name translates as grilled shrimp in coconut milk sauce. This dish appears in similar forms in the Caribbean and Creole Louisiana. If you can't find fresh malagueta chiles, substitute a tabasco or jalapeno chile.