Shrimp on the Grill
This is a wonderfully fast recipe that bursts with flavor. Fresh, sweet shrimp and corn wrapped in foil with bright citrus and spices, tossed on the coals for 10 minutes―that's all it takes. You don't even need a grill, as the packets can cook in the oven if necessary. You can also leave out the couscous and sop up the flavorful juices with crusty French bread instead.
This superfast recipe shows just how easily shrimp can soak up flavors. A 10-minute bath in lemon juice, pepper, and garlic adds acid and spice, then grilling with bay leaves and lemon wedges infuses the shrimp with woodsy flavors and even more citrus. Serve on the skewers for a colorful, fun presentation.
You love shrimp; you love pizza―why not pair them together? This recipe gets double grilled flavor as the pizza crust itself is also cooked on the grill. Using salsa verde in place of traditional tomato sauce and topping with cilantro and crumbly queso fresco add Mexican flavor to this unique recipe you'll want to make over and over.
Marinating the shrimp in curry, ginger, and garlic before grilling gives them a spicy flavor that complements the tangy-sweet mango and richly flavored coconut rice on which they're served.
Simply grilled shrimp add flavor and color to this speedy and elegant salad, while creamy white beans give it body and avocado oil (you can substitute extravirgin olive oil as well) contributes buttery richness to the basic lemon dressing. You can cook and refrigerate the shrimp a day in advance and serve this salad as a starter or side for a large group, or try it as a light main course for a smaller gathering.
A sweet-spicy salsa packed with fresh fruit accentuates the natural sweetness of grilled shrimp in this recipe. If you've got leftovers, try shrimp-fruit salsa tacos for a new twist on the old classic, or top cooked fish with the salsa for an easy supper.
Habaneros have a reputation as one of the hottest peppers out there, but a soak in sugar and vinegar moderates the heat of this flavorful salsa. A simple lime marinade completes the Latin American flair, and the whole thing can be ready in about a half hour.
This classic Vietnamese dish tops rice noodles with crunchy raw vegetables and marinated grilled shrimp. The hot-sour-salty-sweet sauce, called nuoc cham and ubiquitous in Vietnamese cuisine, ties all those elements together.