Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Grilled Shrimp with Honey, Lime & Mint Glaze

This tasty meal not only comes together quickly but we used the same recipe as a glaze on the shrimp & as a dressing for a fruit salad. I also liked it mixed into jasmine rice on the side. It has a sweet & tangy summery flavor, that one could almost call tropical. For two people this glaze recipe made enough to cook the shrimp, dress the fruit salad & have a little more left to serve on top.
Grilled Shrimp in a Honey, Lime & Mint Glaze

Honey, Lime & Mint Glaze
(from Mastering the Grill)

6 T honey
juice & zest of 1 lime
1 T chopped mint
1/4 t kosher salt

Mix all ingredients together.

Grilled Shrimp

8 to 10 large shrimp, peeled & deveined
Glaze from above
skewers or a grilling basket or screen
Shrimp on the grill
Coat the shrimp with the Honey Glaze. Grill on skewers or an oil grilling basket or screen on direct medium-high heat. Shrimp should take about 2 - 3 minutes per side depending on size. Do not overcook. Serve with a little extra glaze drizzled over the top.
Serves 2

Use any extra glaze as a dressing on the fruit of your choice.
Fruit Salad
We used strawberries, peaches & horned melon.


Peter M said...

Fingah lickin' good...nice trio of flavourings. When the shrimp forms the letter C, they're cooked....when the shrimp form the letter O - overdone! I see C's all around.

kat said...

Peter - That is a great tip!

Ben - I agree with you there

Nikki @ NikSnacks said...

horned melon looks a tad bit scary... I might try one this summer. LOL

Sharona May said...

Looks fantastic!! Love the lime shrimp.

Sharona May

Elle said...

I love these flavors, and i love that they'll go on your shrimp as well as your fruit!

Mimi Cooks said...

the recipe is great and i love your photos....they look a live! thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

I love this recipe. One suggestion I have is that you try using the galilee starthistle blossom honey from Holy Food Imports. I find it to be one of the best honeys money can buy.

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