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joshd52

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Please help me i am looking on doing some surf and turf on sunday for my family.
#1 - August 26, 2009, 04:48:59 pm

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Cajun Shrimp is actually one of our specialities.  Easy to make and tastes fantastic.  Just ask all the people at Cabela's this past weekend, they loved it.

I will post our reciepe for it later.  Very simple and very tasty..  ;)
#2 - August 26, 2009, 05:03:39 pm
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#3 - August 26, 2009, 05:19:37 pm
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Oh yeah.. great shrimp.

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#4 - August 27, 2009, 09:13:36 pm
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The frozen pre-cooked shrimp all the stores have by the bag makes life easy...if you do more than warm it through, it's too much. Just sprinkle your favorite seasoning mix on it, from Mrs. Dash to Tony Chacherie's to Emerils anything, and heat over medium coals on a skewer. I prefer the raw shrimp, but because they cook in mere minutes...2-3 per side over med-hot coals is all you need---again dusted with your choice of seasoning mix or rub recipes. I'd go for anything that says "Cajun" on it myself. WM grocery store seemed to have a good selection. Which means you have a hard time deciding which!
#5 - August 27, 2009, 09:33:29 pm
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bearbonez

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Cajun Shrimp is actually one of our specialities.  Easy to make and tastes fantastic.  Just ask all the people at Cabela's this past weekend, they loved it.

I will post our reciepe for it later.  Very simple and very tasty..  ;)

Wasn't at cabela's but have it a few times. Don't know Mike's recipe, but was craving his cajun shrimp one day. Threw a bunch of butter and tony chacherie's and some shrimp in a pan. Tossed it in the smoker till shrimp were done. Tossed it with some linguine...that was some fine eats. Only thing I may do different next time is toss in a healthy splash of good beer...normally seafood and pasta calls for wine, but I am thinking beer in this case..something like stella artois
#6 - September 01, 2009, 08:32:39 am
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Raw shrimp with some Old Bay seasoning. Throw it in the Grill Wok and either eat plain or with pasta. The family loves it.
#7 - September 01, 2009, 12:08:21 pm
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RobOConnell

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Lunchtime and that sounds so good now. Hmmm, guess I should find a seafood shop real quick.
#8 - September 01, 2009, 01:25:12 pm
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I take whole shrimp, devained, and toss them with just olive oil and salt and pepper.  Throw them on the very hot side of your grill, and cook quickly, 1-2 min max per side.  I make my own cocktail sauce out of ketchup, horse radish, to you liking on heat, and some fresh lemon juice, just a splash.  Very good taste!!! You can leave the shell on or just take it off.  Very much a crowd pleaser!!
#9 - September 14, 2009, 08:59:09 am
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olivesmoker

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26 -30's or even larger, peeled and deveined, butterflied almost til they are split in half. Season with a good dry rub. Take slivers of jalapeno, and the smallest sticks of pepper jack you can make. Place one of each into the slit, wrap with prosciutto and skewer or place in a flat basket with handle. Cook over direct heat about 4 min. a side. If you can't get good prosciutto you can sub with some semi cooked or pre-cooked packaged bacon.
#10 - September 14, 2009, 07:10:14 pm
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Here a recipe I came up with years ago.  :lamp: I've won a few recipe contests with it and variations thereof. 
It's kind of a sweet-hot chimichurri and is dynamite on grilled shrimp, both as a marinade and a dipping sauce. :P

In a blender, I put a bunch of cilantro, stems and all...a bunch of green onions...a couple of jalapenos, a few garlic cloves...some salt...and a can of orange-pineapple juice concentrate. Puree until smooth.

If you don't want it sweet, squeeze a couple of limes or wine vinegar instead of the juice concentrate. You can substitute yellow onions for the scallions...habaneros for the jalapenos, etc. It's all good.
#11 - September 14, 2009, 07:31:36 pm
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So many recipe's So little time :'( Sounds great something new to try. Thanks
#12 - September 14, 2009, 09:12:13 pm
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Really, just wrap them in bacon.  Makes EVERYTHING taste good  :P
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Really, just wrap them in bacon.  Makes EVERYTHING taste good  :P

Here here... I agree with that one. >:D
#14 - September 15, 2009, 05:48:31 am
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So not to sound like an ass, but I know shrimp and crabs. I grew up on the bay in MD. The best way to eat shrimp is by far to steam them. Very easy. Mix 3-1 boiling water and apple cider vinegar. Then add shrimp and JO seasoning. Ok, old bay is out here in stores. It's missing the rock salt, but is still good. Stir shrimp every minute. 4-5 minutes is all it takes. Mix ketchup, fresh horseradish and a touch of lemon juice to taste. Just amazing. Pleas dont buy that horrible shrimp cocktail rings. They are inedible.
#15 - October 20, 2009, 09:20:55 pm
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