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We use the Sambol that we made in another video to marinade and garnish some tasty succulent grilled shrimp.
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Grilled Sambol Shrimp Recipe
So go ahead now and make the marinade for the shrimp. So I need a couple tablespoons of the sambol and you know tablespoonish. Some oil and the juice from one lime and then we just whisk these together. Now I have already got our shrimp prepared on skewers and I am using two skewers because I do not have the nice flat ones and if you skewer them with two skewers it makes it very easy to turn them you do not get them flopping around. Just take the marinade and with the brush, brush it on to the shrimp. So we leave that marinade on for only about 15 minutes just enough time to get the fire ready.
So the shrimp is done marinating and the grill is ready to go. And first I just want to spray a little bit of oil on the grill and then we take our shrimp skewers and on the go. The shrimp takes no time at all. You do not really need to close the lid for this. I will just flip them over, a couple more minutes.
And that is it they are done. So we will just pull those off the grill and you will notice that as much as you soak the bamboo skewers you will get burn through. So there you have it. A little bit of the sambol sauce on the side for dipping. The shrimp are great and a great wine to go with this shrimp is a Riesling Gorge blend. Thanks for stopping by hope to see you again soon.