There are lots of ways to cook shrimp but there is only one right way. Call be biased but if you are not grilling shrimp you are not cooking shrimp right. These grilled shrimp recipes are the most popular of all the shrimp recipes on my site. Give these a try and I promise you won't be steaming or frying shrimp anymore.
Wayne sent me this delicious recipe for the traditional Australian method for grilling shrimp. These shrimp are marinated to give them great flavor before a quick and hot appearance on the grill gets them to perfection.
If you enjoy shrimp scampi, then this is the grilled shrimp recipe for you. You can serve this dish as part of a main course or serve them as appetizers at your next cookout. These shrimp are inspired by the fresh shrimp served up in carts on the North Shore in Hawaii. If you don't have butter running down your arms your not doing it right.
This shrimp dish makes a fantastic addition to any cookout or party. The light tequila marinade gives these grilled shrimp an extra flavor that definitely makes them stand out.
Marinating these shrimp for several hours in this rosemary garlic sauce allows them to really absorb the flavors. These shrimp are good by themselves or as an addition to any recipe that calls for shrimp, like shrimp tacos. If you really like rosemary try replacing the bamboo skewers with fresh rosemary branches.
Big Daddy posted this recipe for Cajun Shrimp. While it calls for a broiler you can easily take these tasty shrimp out to the grill. These grilled shrimp get a toss in a spicy Cajun mixture that gives them just the right amount of heat. You can get that flavor to stand out more by marinating these shrimp in the sauce for a few hours (refrigerated of course).
Rick Lopez sent me this simple, yet delicious recipe for grilled teriyaki shrimp. Enjoy with your favorite grilled vegetable or rice.
A nice tart, sweet, and spicy shrimp dish marinated in a margarita sauce. Keep with the theme and serve these grilled shrimp as an appetizer in Margarita glasses.