Barbecued Shrimp in a Pan
This recipe will work with peeled shrimp, but the "ready to peel" raw shrimp called for in the recipe will allow you to really get that char-grilled look without worrying about dry shrimp. The other thing I love about this recipe, besides the simulated barbecue effect, is the fact a batch only takes about 6-7 minutes to cook, so you can do multiple batches in between complaining about the weather. Wet enough for 'ya? Enjoy!
IngredientsFor recipe ingredients, please refer to the video.
For recipe directions, please refer to the video.
Difficulty Level:Very Easy
Preparation Time:10 Minutes
Cook Time:7 Minutes
Ready In:17 Minutes
The weather is indeed unpredictable. There have been times when we plan and prepare for a barbecue and out of the blue it begins to rain so hard that we just have to stay in and sulk. Next time that happens, try this unbelievably easy, and fast, indoor barbecue shrimp recipe and forget about the rain-blues. Chef John shows us how to get that char-grilled look and taste in just in less than ten minutes without worrying about dry shrimp. Next time the rain gods decide to go against your barbecue plans, don’t
Barbecued Shrimp In A Pan Recipe Video