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Spanish Style Broiled Shrimps

Updated on October 17, 2013

Spanish Style Broiled Shrimps

I have to say that you friend or family will know that these shrimps were the ring of cooked shrimps that's you buy from your local grocery store this transformation is some you can do over and over again and your family will love them.
I have to say that you friend or family will know that these shrimps were the ring of cooked shrimps that's you buy from your local grocery store this transformation is some you can do over and over again and your family will love them. | Source

The Transformation Of A Shrimp Ring

I really don't know how most people buy their shrimps but when I'm buying them they have to be fresh not already cooked and in a ring with cocktail sauce in the center, but that day came I sent my son to our local supermarket to buy me some fresh shrimps there were not any so he went and brought me the ring of shrimp already cooked with the cocktail sauce in the middle I must say when I saw them my jaw just dropped.

I will say this I have never ate coked shrimps from a ring and I was not about to serve them to my friends that were coming over but I had to do something with them to transform the taste and add a whole lot of flavor but I really could not cook them much more because they could dry out and be very terrible so what I decided to do is make them Spanish style giving it bold flavor and a little pop so follow me and se what I did.

Spanish Style Broiled Shrimp

Ingredients

A 1 pound shrimp ring

3 tablespoon of olive oil

3 teaspoons of adobo spice

juice from 1 lime

2 fingers worth of fresh cilantro rough chopped

4 tablespoons of unsalted butter 1 teaspoon of smoked black pepper

1 teaspoon of sea salt

Methods

To begin set your oven to the broil setting. Now remove you shrimps from the ring and rinse them off in cold water the set aside.

Using a medium size bowl add your shrimp and all of the other ingredients except the butter mix this all up very well cover the bowl with plastic wrap then and let it all marinate together for 1 hour 50 minutes in you cool box then 10 minutes on your table.

Grab your shrimp give them one more stir then place the shrimp on you grill pan take your butter and spread it all around the shrimp place your shrimp in your broiler with the broiler pan 5 inches away from the heat broil the shrimp for 2 minutes then remove the shrimps from the broiler turn them over pour the remaining marinade from the bowl then place them back into he boiler for another 2 minutes then remove and serve them family style on a big platter.

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      Handicapped Chef 3 years ago from Radcliff Ky

      sallieannluvslife, thank you so much for the comments it really worked out well and the taste was awesome so please try it and give me your feed back.

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      sallieannluvslife 3 years ago from Eastern Shore

      These look DELICIOUS and simple! I love shrimp pretty much any way, except raw. Can't wait to try them!! Can I vote "up" and "yummy"?