Shrimp on the Grill!

Since seafood was so plentiful on our trip, we managed to have shrimp at most of our meals. The Kitchen Gnome, as I mentioned in an earlier post, doesn't measure. He is very specific that it all depends upon the amount and size of shrimp he has and what is we go. He gave me proportions.

T's Shrimp on a Skewer

1 pound medium shrimp, shelled and deveined

2 Tbsp white wine
2 Tbsp olive oil or butter
1 Tbsp soy sauce
1-2 clove garlic, finely minced
Juice of 1/2 lemon
Chopped parsley

1. Wrap skewers in a damp paper towel.

2. Mix all ingredients together in a small bowl.

3. Place shrimp in bowl and allow to sit for 20-30 minutes.

4. Slide shrimp onto the skewers.

5. Cook the shrimp over a medium hot fire (abt 350 degrees) until tails begin to turn pink and the meat turns from translucent to opaque, flip skewer. It only takes about 4 to 5 minutes. Do not overcook!


We ate so well while on Bainbridge Island. Good food, good wine, good friends, and good conversation!


  1. fact: skewering shrimp makes it 15 times more appealing to me. grilling boosts that up even more. :)
    nicely done!

  2. Looks great! Can't wait to try it. Thanks for coming to visit. - The Tablescaper

  3. These are perfectly cooked shrimps..

  4. That looks excellent...I am working on a shrimp bisque recipe..almost there!
    Thanks for the visit, and I hope the pests have left! Time will tell..I had just added you to my sidebar, and then I had to remove everything!
    I will add back things little by little so I can pinpoint how the hijacker is getting in..:(

  5. I want to grab some of those right now for a little late night snack! :P There is practically nothing better than shrimp with garlic and white wine and lemon. Yum!

  6. Shrimp in any form is a favorite of ours Kate!! Looks wonderful..Thanks for your visit... Loved having you! Keep those recipes coming..xoxo~Kathy~ @ Sweet Up-North Mornings...


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