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Bobby grills shrimp that have been rubbed with spice paste for extra zing.
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Peel and Eat BBQ Shrimp
When I think of barbecue shrimp, I think of New Orleans because the barbecue shrimp we’re going to make, we’re going to infuse dried spices on the shrimp. We have some paprika and we have some ancho chili powder and we have some ground cumin and some brown sugar. The brown sugar is going to help it caramelize a little bit. We’re also going to take a little bit of black pepper and salt. That’s your spice rub for the barbecue shrimp as opposed to let’s say, like a barbecue sauce. We’re also going to take a little bit of fresh garlic, just a little bit of canola oil and kind of make a paste out of it. We can rub it on the shrimp.
This shrimp, we’re going to be sort of like peel and eat shrimp, where we’re going to actually leave the shell on while we grill them. So, you just kind of rub the shrimp with the spices. Now, if you’re going to do this in a sauté pan, what you would do is instead of putting the oil into the spices, you put the oil in the sauté pan and just rub it with the dry spices but since we’re grilling this, we want to make sure there’s enough oil on the shrimp so that they don’t burn. It creates a little bit more moisture for the spicy to cook as well.
It gets a little messy but that’s the way barbecue is going to be. Listen, it’s going to be peel and eat anyway, so just give me one of those what I call “newspaper cuisine”. Come on, let’s get grilling.
All right, we have a charcoal grill here and we’re just ready to throw them on the grill. I like putting the shrimp on skewers whether it’s a barbecue shrimp or just some grilled shrimp with salt and pepper and olive oil because this way, they are easy to control and so they’re chasing each individual shrimp while over the grill.
You can really start to smell the spices and the shrimp on the grill. The smell is fantastic. So, we’re going to let this cook for about three minutes on one side, turn them over for another two or three minutes.
All you can eat barbecue shrimp! Well balanced shrimp. So much shrimp, you can’t get out of the way.