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Shrimp 36HB

Just before Grumpy and I went on vacation I received in the mail some Emril’s spices and chicken broth. I didn’t have time to try it out before leaving but today, being hot and muggy I decided it was a good day to try a recipe I had been thinking about making on the grill.

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I have been having a love affair with limes lately. I am totally overcome with the scent and there is just something about the taste that puts me right over the edge. I also have been enjoying grilling meats and seafood during these hot days. I decided to try making a Spicy Lime Grilled Shrimp with the Emeril’s Original Essence that Foodbuzz sent to me as a part of the tastemaker program. I mixed the spice to taste with the juice of one lime and mixed it up in a ziploc bag with the uncooked shrimp.

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I then grilled the shrimp on a preheated grill turned down to low until no longer pink. When I removed the shrimp from the grill I squeezed the juice of 1/2 a lime on top and served with an extra lime wedge. This was delicious! Thank you to Foodbuzz for giving me the opportunity to try out Emeril’s original essence!

Comments

  1. says

    Hey I got that package too so maybe I really will try it! Sadly it was the Emeril stock that got put in the failed gumbo today so it was thrown out. Alas.

    I am most excited about the horseradish mustard however. Rare roast beef loves that stuff and so do I.

  2. says

    Makes me wish I liked shrimp….but my family does! This look so good. I have found myself using lots of limes these days too. I love them!

  3. says

    Shelby,
    These shrimp pictures belong in a magazine. You know I'm a huge fan of shrimp. Sounds and looks great with the spices and lime.

  4. says

    Great photos! Your shrimp look delicious. I received the Emeril products from Foodbuzz but haven't used too many of them yet so thanks for the idea :)

  5. says

    That looks and sounds delicious! I made a cajun seasoning mix from Emeril's recipe and it was wonderful. It's a staple in my spice cabinet now.

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