Grilled Shrimp Recipe with the Perfect Seasoning

Grilled Shrimp Recipe with the Perfect Seasoning

Seafood cravings never end. To satisfy your shrimp cravings this season, we have an amazing, scrumptious, and quick-to-cook shrimp recipe. The grilled shrimp with our special seasonings is the right match for our seafood lovers and this weather. Having just 10 minutes of prep time and 5 minutes of grill time, this shrimp delight puts a smile across everyone’s face on the table. But if you don’t want to cook it yourself and want to still enjoy the traditional flavors of the best grilled shrimp in Greensboro. Visit or place an order at the Red Crab Juicy Seafood Restaurant and enjoy this heavenly meal.

How To Make Grilled Shrimp

How to Marinate

This is Red Crab Juicy Seafood Restaurant’s special method to marinate the perfectly juicy shrimps for the grill. Just a short soak in the marinade, the shrimps fill up with the refreshing flavors of garlic, herbs, lime, and that perfect tinge of honey sweetness. But you need to keep in mind that this tender meat only requires 20 minutes of marination. After all, no one likes mushy shrimps on their plate. With less marination time, this shrimp recipe is the perfect choice for your busy evenings. Especially when the kids are hungry, or you have a surprise guest come over.

Ingredients

Now it’s time to go through the ingredients that you’ll be needing to prepare these succulent grilled shrimps. You can adjust the quantities according to your taste and needs.

First off, you’ll need some jumbo or extra large shrimp. Remember to peel and devein them beforehand.

Next, you’ll require a bit of olive oil to make the base of the marinate.

Add a bit of lime juice to get that refreshing citrus flavor in your grill.

A few cloves of garlic to enrich the tastes of your shrimp.

Then add a bit of honey to give your shrimp a sweet tinge.

A dash of Worcestershire sauce brings that umami flavor to your tastebuds.

Sprinkle some fresh parsley for a colorful touch.

Lastly, don’t forget to add the sprinkles of salt and pepper to really bring out all the flavors of your dish.

How to Make the Marinade

This is the easiest process. Simply add all the ingredients to the jar and put the lid on. Then shake it all till it combines well. That is all to marination.

Grilling the Shrimp

This might be one of the quickest prep recipes that you’ve ever come across. So you need to keep a close eye on your shrimp so it doesn’t overcook.

To start, place the shrimp in a bowl or use a large Ziploc bag. Then pour the marinade over the shrimp and cover or seal the container. Place it in the refrigerator for at least 20 minutes but remember marination should not exceed 2 to 3 hours. When the marination time is up, take the shrimp out of the container and discard the marinade.

Now it’s time to turn on the heat. Thread the shrimp onto the skewers leaving a little space in between. Then place the shrimp on the grill over high heat for around 4 to 6 minutes. Remember to turn them halfway through so they’re cooked equally on both sides. You’ll know when the shrimp are ready by their pink color. Finally, remove the shrimp from the skewers carefully and dish them out with a garnish of parsley and lemon wedges. Now you have the best grilled shrimp in Greensboro right there on your plate. Wouldn’t that be a sight to behold!

Storing the Shrimp

You can easily store the leftover shrimp in the refrigerator to satisfy your cravings for the next 3 to 4 days. If you want to store it for a longer time, seal it in an airtight container and freeze it. The freshness would remain for up to 2 months.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s better? The shell on or off?

We keep our shrimp peeled. This benefits when you’re marinating the shrimp by letting the marinade flavor the shrimp directly. And it’s much easier to eat them once they’re cooked. After all, no one likes a mess at the table.

Should I grill cooked shrimp?

We wouldn’t recommend you this practice as shrimps are easily overcooked. So grilling pre-cooked shrimp would leave you with overcooked, rubbery, and tough-to-eat meat.

Should I grill frozen shrimp?

We mostly use frozen shrimp for our dishes as it remains fresh and doesn’t compromise on the taste. But remember to thaw the shrimp before marinating it otherwise the marinade won’t be able to work through the shrimp. You can simply place the frozen shrimp in the refrigerator overnight to thaw it.

Tips for Making the Best Grilled Shrimp with Seasoning

Who doesn’t want to know the expert tips on how to make the best grilled shrimp in Greensboro. The first recommendation that we have for you is to never let the shrimp sit in the marinade for too long. The ideal time for marination would be at least 15 to 20 minutes. While not exceeding the 2 to 3-hour mark. As the lime acid in the marinade would make the shrimp either too mushy or too tough.

If you’re using the wooden skewers for the grill, remember to soak them in water for a couple of hours before the grilling begins. This will prevent the wood from burning over the grill. After all, burnt wood would leave its smokey smell in the shrimp.

As you know, shrimps cook quickly. So keep an eye out for their pink and opaque color and remove them immediately from the heat. If you overdo your shrimp will become rubbery. So, these little crustaceans only need around 3 to 5 minutes over high heat to become buttery soft.