This compilation of my favorite Grilled Shrimp and Scallop Recipes really gets me in the mood for summer. I feel like all you need as a base is some olive oil, lemon juice and a gas grill - but the many variations are endless!
❤️ Why you'll love these Recipes
- Eating Shrimp and Scallops can be good for you, they're loaded with vitamins and minerals... as well as antioxidents.
- Due to the fact there are 30 different recipes, there has to be one you will fall in love with (I'm in love with them all!)
- These recipes have been carefully developed to be the best by some of the best culinary experts - on top of that the beautiful photography really makes you want to eat the shrimp and scallops off the screen!
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Whether you have a gas grill or a charcoal either will work perfectly. If you don't have a grill you could in fact use a grill pan too for these recipes, so don't fret.
A lot of the kabob type recipes will require wooden skewers or scallop skewers. I like bamboo skewers, the best way to ensure they don't burn is to make sure you soak them for a few hours prior.
Now that's all going to depend on the size of the shrimp. The most common size of shrimp is what they call 21/25. That means for every pound of shrimp there will be between 21-25 shrimp. Therefore, you'll be looking at about 4-5 shrimp in 3oz.
If the shrimp is shelled, then you're looking at about 1-2 days. If the shrimp still has the shell, then it's 2-3 days. It'll be a bit longer if the shrimp is cooked - 4 days.
It's not recommended as there is a high risk of food poisoning.
No they shouldn't eat the shells or the tails. Due to the sharp edges they could really mess up your dog's intestines.
Cooked shrimp kept in the refrigerator is good for up to 4 days.
Shrimp are omnivores are will eat plants and animal matter. In fact, some species of shrimp will eat from decaying carcasses.
For the seafood lovers out there - this compilation was inspired by my other shrimp recipes on this site: