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Old 10-06-2019, 04:14 PM
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Default Baja Citrus Grilled Shrimp

As I've often said, I am not a huge fan of shrimp.

But a neighbor gave me a couple of grilled shrimp she'd made and I LOVED them!

Marinated in a packet of McCormick's Grill Mates "Baja Citrus", with a little oil, a little orange juice, and a little honey. DEEEEEE licious!

I served them over whole grain linguini with browned butter and sage sauce. God, so good!

Also served a juicy fresh tomato salad with French bread to sop stuff up.

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Default Re: Baja Citrus Grilled Shrimp

You're right on with this recommendation. I cooked some of these last night and absolutely loved them. I had four left for lunch, only four . When I first read the back of the pkt, I thought I bought the wrong marinade. The oj/honey directions are on there, just have to look below the regular directions. I already have 3 more pkts on my grocery list. This will be a regular for me. Thanks!
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Did you grill yours, Cooksie?

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George Foreman cooked them.
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George Foreman cooked them.
EXCELLENT idea! Now I won't have to wait for outdoor grilling weather to have these again!

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Cooksie, you were right! I grilled the shrimp in my Griddler, served with angel hair pasta with aglio e olio (Ina Garten's, https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/...recipe-2043225).

Wonderful!

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I'm making this.
Hopefully tomorrow.
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I got all the ingredients.
I'll be using green onions in mine because I love them and think they'll add to it.
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Oh my God!
This is soooooo good!
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Sass, it never occurred to me to use cooked shrimp. Glad it worked out for you!

What did you do for a pasta sauce?

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Sass, it never occurred to me to use cooked shrimp. Glad it worked out for you!

What did you do for a pasta sauce?

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Yes, cooked worked just fine!
I thawed them, then pan "grilled" them in Irish butter and a few drops of olive oil.

Pasta sauce? Didn't.
I tossed the linguini in butter while still hot.
While eating I mixed the shrimp in with the pasta, it picked up the wonderful flavours from the marinade.
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