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All-in-One Shrimp Skewers with Grilled Rice

All-in-One Shrimp Skewers with Grilled Rice recipe
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Healthy, tasty... excellent!! Loved it. I added some Louisiana Cajun spice on top of the rice and shrimp to give it an extra kick of flavor. Rice on the grill was more
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on 8/6/2012
15 min
45 min
4 servings, 6 shrimp and 1 cup rice mixture each
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First off you said: "I know what you're thinking, Chuck. Who has time to get fresh shrimp during the week, right? Well, don't let that stop you from enjoying grilled shrimp. Frozen shrimp work just as well in this recipe. But how you thaw them is really important. So here are two ways I do it. Put your shrimp in the refrigerator to thaw. Or put the sealed package into a bowl of cold water. But remember, change the water every 10 minutes until the shrimp are completely thawed." With a bait net wadeing the flats in FL we can get alive shrimp, also, on rainy days at a bait shake we can buy live Gulf jumbo shrimp for about $.2.50 a doz., plus get them in the store as well. In short, we always have fresh shrimp here. Plus one could use olive oil or veggie oil or vehhie spray to coat them to. Enjoy!.
Due to weather issues (not suitable for grilling!), used the oven to cook this meal --- was easy to prep, added other veggies (ie yellow peppers and carrots - very colorful eye appealing meal), but was a bit bland (perhaps with grilling may have been more flavorful). Easy to reheat leftovers.
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