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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Marinated Grill Shrimp Barbecuing Recipe

 By Jessica N King


Shrimp tastes good - and it tastes better when it is barbecued the right way. Barbecuing shrimp is an easy process and the food comes out pretty good, if you are using the right kind of ingredients. Here is a simple marinated grilled shrimp recipe that you can use for barbecuing.
You would need three cloves of garlic and one-third cup of olive oil. You would need one-fourth cup tomato sauce and two table spoons of red wine vinegar. Also, add two tablespoons of chopped fresh basil and half a teaspoon of salt. You would also need one-fourth teaspoon of cayenne pepper. Finally, you would need two pounds of fresh shrimp. Make sure that they are peeled and deveined skewers. Make sure the garlic cloves are minced.
Then, take the garlic, olive oil, tomato sauce and red wine vinegar in a large bowl and stir. Season this with basil, cayenne pepper and salt. You should then add shrimp to the bowl and stir until it is coated evenly on both sides. Cover this and then keep it for refrigeration for thirty minutes to one hour. Remember to stir it once or twice.
Now, you are ready for barbecuing the marinated grill shrimp. Pre-heat the grill to medium heat and thread the shrimp on the skewers. Pierce it once into the tail and once near the head, you can now discard the marinade.
Now, oil the grill grate lightly and cook the shrimp on the grill for two or three minutes. The best way is to keep it for barbecuing till it is opaque.
This is another simple barbecuing recipe for shrimp on the grill. You can find many other recipes on the internet. All you need to do is to search them via your favorite search engine.
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