A ten minute snack. That's what these grilled shrimp skewers are. Easy to prepare and quick cooking, these grilled appetizers are a great tasting way to pass the time before the meal.
Flavored with a popular seafood seasoning and speared with bamboo skewers, you just pop 'em on a hot grill for a couple of minutes per side and they're done. Easy as pie!
For this recipe I used large shrimp, with a count per pound of 31/35. Each shrimp is about a half an ounce. Here's how to go about making this easy snack.
First, light the grill and set it on high.
Two pounds 31/35 size shrimp.
Two tablespoon of Old Bay Seasoning
One teaspoon black pepper
One quarter teaspoon cayenne pepper (optional)
Two tablespoons vegetable oil
Mix the dry seasonings together, then stir it in with the shrimp. Add the oil to the shimp, being sure each one is coated thoroughly. Thread the shrimp onto the skewers and put 'em on the grill, over direct, high heat.
It takes only a couple of minutes per side to cook this size shrimp. If you use a larger size, give 'em a little more time. When the shrimp turn pink, they're ready to eat.
Keep a couple of bags of frozen shrimp on hand, so when the urge strikes for a quick snack, you can whip up a batch of these grilled shrimp skewers.
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