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Grilled Shrimp with Roasted Pineapple & Habanero Sauce

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Grilled Shrimp with Roasted Pineapple & Habanero Sauce

The roasted pineapple & habanero sauce is a dipping sauce comprised of roasted pineapples, mangoes and the robust flavor of habanero peppers combined for a tropical sauce with subtle heat. This sauce is by Robert Rothschild Farm. I found it in a gourmet kitchen shop, but it is also sold in Costco. You can even order it online.

Ingredients:
Large or extra-large shrimp, cleaned & deveined — allow for approximately 3-4 shrimp per person
1/4 cup olive oil — or a bit more if there is a large quantity of shrimp
1 clove garlic, minced
Roasted Pineapple & Habanero Sauce or a sweet/spicy sauce to your liking

Directions:
Add minced garlic to the Olive Oil and cook in microwave for 25 seconds. Coat Shrimp with the Olive oil and garlic mixture and let sit until ready to grill. Heat grill to medium high and grill shrimp until they turn pink and lose their translucent color — about 2 minutes or so per side. Remove from grill and coat with about a tablespoon or more (depending upon your tolerance to spicy heat) of the sauce and chill.

2 comments

1 kaliber { 08.07.13 at 1:53 pm }

going to try this recipe sounds good

2 Pamela@yahoo67 { 07.16.13 at 10:11 pm }

This sounds so good. I think I am gonna try this. Yummy.

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