These easy grilled shrimp recipes are everything you want in a light, bright, tasty dish!
And from refreshing salads to juicy tacos, they’re pretty hard to resist.
Grilling shrimp is a great way to achieve great flavor, and you can use it in so many ways!
Turn simple marinated grilled shrimp into lunchtime shrimp wraps. Or maybe throw meaty garlic shrimp on top of a thick steak.
Either way, these grilled shrimp recipes are perfect for the summer.
Let’s start off simple with one of my favorite ways to prepare grilled shrimp.
I’m talking about a savory marinade and the quickest cook time around!
Start by preparing the marinade with lime, garlic, honey and a few other ingredients.
Once it’s ready, add the shrimp and let them marinate for at least 15 minutes.
After marinating, grill them for about 5 minutes, flipping them halfway through.
You’ll have a perfect grilled char and delicious flavor!
Is it just me, or does Asian cuisine do seafood best?
These spicy Thai grilled shrimp are the bomb, and they’re the perfect balance of sweetness and spice.
First, peel and dry the shrimp, then brush with butter and sprinkle with cayenne pepper.
Brush on the buttery lime chili sauce just before serving.
Cooking the shrimp on kebabs makes grilling even easier!
This is my favorite fusion of seafood and Mexican cuisine.
Yep, shrimp tacos are everything the dinner table deserves. I mean, what’s better than a fresh, homemade avocado salsa and grilled shrimp?
Put those delicious ingredients into a grill-charred tortilla and dig in!
Serve them with some yummy shrimp taco sides, and you’ve got one scrummy feast.
Because shrimp grills so quickly, there’s no need to wait for summer to enjoy this recipe.
Trust me, enduring the winter cold for a few minutes is worth this flavor.
There’s sweetness from honey, smokiness from paprika, citrus from lime, and spice from chili. This is the total package!
Skewer the shrimp and grill them for 2-3 minutes per side before serving.
Enjoy as an easy appetizer, over rice, salad, or even with Cajun pasta. The possibilities are endless.
A delicious salad deserves to be topped with perfectly cooked protein. And this grilled shrimp salad recipe is sure to inspire your clean eating season.
This recipe has several Mexican cuisine-inspired ingredients.
Serve the salad with a cilantro dressing, black beans, avocado, and more.
The homemade dressing will double as a marinade for the shrimp before grilling.
This infuses the tangy and spicy flavor in the protein before tossing in the salad.
I absolutely love the flexibility of grilled shrimp. This delicious recipe showcases that flexibility with a tangy mustard vinaigrette.
If a bright and colorful salad isn’t good enough, surely this delicious shrimp will be!
After you’ve marinated the shrimp and prepared the veggies, get ready to get your grill on.
Grilling the corn, bell pepper, and shrimp adds so much flavor!
Thankfully for us, there are countless ways to make great tacos. Simple cilantro lime tacos are among the greatest.
These simple shrimp are seasoned with garlic butter, cilantro and lime before cooking.
Serve them in a warm corn tortilla with cabbage and pico de gallo, and enjoy!
For an extra twist with this shrimp, you could easily turn this recipe into a variety of dinners.
Taco bowls and burritos are great alternatives if you’re not into tacos.
You can’t go wrong with aromatic garlic and herb-grilled shrimp. There’s also a minimal mess to clean up after you’re done cooking.
Start by marinating the shrimp in a lemon, herb, and garlic mixture. This will tenderize and add flavor to the shrimp as they cook.
Skewer the shrimp before cooking for easy flipping without losing them. Then serve them as a delicious BBQ appetizer for your friends and family.
Gorgeous grilled shrimp is so easy to make for your family. Add a beautiful chimichurri for one delicious dinner!
There’s not much to say about how to make these shrimp. Let them marinate, skewer them, and grill them for a few minutes on each side.
The beautiful, fresh chimichurri is just to die for.
Combine chopped parsley, cilantro, oregano, garlic, and shallots.
Combine it into one bright green, delicious sauce and serve with shrimp.
If you love camping, you need foil packet recipes in your repertoire.
This grilled shrimp recipe is just the thing every outdoor trip needs!
Don’t worry, you won’t have to wait for camping season to make these.
You can use foil on your grill at home to save the shrimp from falling through the grates.
All you need for this recipe is lemon, garlic, butter, and parsley.
Combine that with shrimp in foil packs and grill to perfection!
Growing fresh basil in my kitchen was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made!
Now, I can enjoy delicious dinners like this year round.
The garlic and basil butter marinade adds an out-of-this-world flavor to the shrimp.
Grill them for 2-3 minutes on either side for the most tender shrimp.
Whether you serve this shrimp with veggies, rice, or on a fresh salad, you can’t go wrong.
Whether it’s summer or winter, dishing up a warm bowl of this pasta is in order.
It’s bright, fresh, and sure to fill your belly with joy.
How can you go wrong with grilled shrimp marinated in oil, garlic, pepper flakes, and lemon?
You can’t, especially not with tender pasta and greens.
If you want more color in this pasta, bell peppers and tomatoes make a great addition.
With recipes like this, you don’t have to make comfort foods a labor of love.
Grilled shrimp makes sure you can enjoy a filling dinner with little effort.
Savory noodles, succulent shrimp, and oodles of garlic. What more can you ask for?
How about a citrusy sweet and savory sauce over all that goodness?
Don’t let the ingredient list intimidate you. This is really quite a simple recipe.
Mediterranean meals are all about a balance of color, acidity, and nutrients.
Do yourself a favor and bookmark this delicious dinner now!
The simplicity of this meal is unbelievably delicious. And you won’t need much to make it happen.
Allow the cherry tomatoes and shrimp to marinate together before grilling.
After all of the ingredients are cooked, toss the pasta with pesto, lemon, olives, feta, shrimp, and tomatoes.
Most people don’t think of shrimp as an Italian cuisine staple.
But this recipe has a beautiful fusion of seafood and Italian flavors you’ll love.
Start by marinating the shrimp in a mixture of olive oil, tomato paste, lemon, garlic, and herbs.
Then, grill the shrimp until they’re slightly charred to elevate the tangy flavor.
These delicious shrimp are a great pre-dinner snack.
Or, toss them with pasta, roasted veggies, and extra marinade sauce for a full meal.
What pairs better with your favorite tequila drink than margarita-grilled shrimp?
There’s so much flavor packed into these shrimp from sugar and spices to herbs and aromatics.
The tequila may be optional, but it helps add a beautiful char to the shrimp.
Skewer the shrimp with peppers, lime wedges, and onion for a full kebab.
Or, keep it simple and enjoy them with cilantro lime rice.
Everyone knows that grilled shrimp goes well with rice and pasta.
But why not make a big bowl of quinoa and roasted veggies instead?
This healthy dinner makes clean eating so darn delicious, you won’t miss the simple carbs.
The balsamic vinaigrette acts as both a marinade and a dressing for this meal.
While the shrimp is marinating, cook the quinoa and roast the veggies.
Toss it all with the reserved dressing, and dig in!
I’ve always favored pesto to marinara on my pasta.
There’s no surprise that I love pesto shrimp, especially fresh off the grill.
This recipe has you make your own pesto from fresh basil, lemon, garlic, and parmesan.
You could easily use your favorite store-bought pesto instead.
Serve them with pasta, veggies, or rice with reserved pesto drizzled on top.
Transform your favorite shrimp scampi dish into an easy grilled meal. Who doesn’t love fewer dishes to do after dinner?
Rather than broiling them in a buttery sauce, you marinate the shrimp before grilling them.
After grilling those flavors into the shrimp, dip them into butter at the table.
Alternatively, you can peel the shrimp and serve them over rice and pasta.
Be sure to drizzle garlic butter over the top before digging in!
Who doesn’t love a good kebab party? I love letting my guests make their own kebabs.
The garlic ginger marinade is bursting with flavor, and it will have your guests raving!
The shrimp, pineapple, and peppers make delicious kebabs all will enjoy.
It’s time to bring your dinner party to life, starting with these kebabs.
Ditch the pina coladas. I’m all about this coconut rum glaze!
This shrimp is unlike any other you’ll ever grill, and it’s so easy, too.
There’s no marinating here, just simple grilled shrimp.
The coconut rum glaze can be brushed on while cooking for a stickier glaze. Or, wait until they’re done.
I love serving these shrimp as an appetizer, but they work well on a salad or with coconut rice.
22. Teriyaki Shrimp
If you’re looking for an easy Asian shrimp dinner, look no further!
This tasty teriyaki dinner is sure to light your fire, straight off the grill.
Start out with a homemade teriyaki sauce made with a few pantry staples.
Glaze this sauce on the shrimp as they grill for a sweet and savory sticky glaze.
These easy skewers are great on their own as an appetizer. Or, serve them with rice, noodles, or on an Asian salad.
Don’t get me wrong, I love a good taco. But taco bowls are so filling and delicious, how can you resist?
This recipe features perfectly cooked shrimp, rice, veggies, and a grilled tortilla, too! Can you ask for anything more in a filling meal?
Start by tossing the shrimp in spices while you prepare the other ingredients.
Chop your veggies, cook the rice, and prepare the spicy cilantro dressing.
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