How To Grill Shrimp

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Nothing suits your taste buds better than some juicy jumbo shrimp fresh from the Weber grill and these Fire Honey Shrimp are the perfect complement to any side dish. Try them on top of some jasmine rice, with a side of ranch beans or even over some grilled potato planks.

How To Grill Shrimp

Chef Jason K. Morse, CEC | Ace Hardware Grill Expert | Owner, 5280 Culinary

Yield: 4-People Prep time: 20 Minutes Cook time: 12-15 minutes cooking time


  • 2 Tbsp   Oil, Olive Blend
  • 24 pcs   Shrimp, Jumbo U-15 Peel, Devein and rinse
  • Taste Thai Mojito Rub  5280 Culinary
  • Taste Fishy Fishy Rub 5280 Culinary

Cooking Directions

  • Peel, devein and rinse the shrimp, pat dry.
  •  Place the shrimp into a Ziploc bag, add the oil and season to taste with the Thai Mojito and Fishy Fishy rubs
  • Close the bag and shake the bag to coat the shrimp and distribute the seasoning
  • Allow to marinade, in the fridge for 1-2 hours
  •  Preheat Weber grill to 500 degrees
  • While Grill is preheating, skewer the shrimp by folding them in half and skewering thru the body and tail
  • Once grill is preheated, open the lid and add the shrimp to the grill
  • Sear hot for 3-4 Minutes on each side, once close to done bring shrimp to the front of the grill
  • During the last 1-2 minutes of cooking, baste with Fire Honey and allow to glaze
  • Be sure to spread the fire honey quickly as it melts onto the shrimp
  • Glaze both sides of the shrimp
  • Cook shrimp to an internal temperature of about 125 degrees or until shrimp are pearly or opaque in color. Shrimp should not have any translucent parts when fully cooked

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Published: 3/2/2020