Soy Lime Prawns

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Those look Perfect, Disco!!
I don't have them often, because Mrs Bear won't eat any Seafood, but I manage some now & then.
Nice Job, Buddy!!
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Bear

Thanks so much, Bear! Too bad about the missus but all your other posts suggest she is a keeper!

Those look phenomenal disco, nice cook!

Thanks, Justin!

Awww Man....Now I need to send someone to the grocery for Shrimp! Looks great. ..JJ

Thanks, JJ! She Who Must Be Obeyed insists we always have prawns in the freezer for when she gets the urge. Insert silly joke about urges here!
 
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I haven't heard of New Orleans BBQ shrimp. Can you fill a fat old Canadian in? They sound great.

It's one of those things you can find 1000 different recipes for and all they agree on is shrimp, butter, woosy, lemon and cajun seasoning
These are close to what I've done: http://www.mrbsbistro.com/recipes_shrimp.php
or this slightly different: https://www.neworleans.com/restaurants/traditional-new-orleans-foods/bbq-shrimp/

However, that's just for ingredients, I make the sauce ahead, throw the shrimp in a disposable pan, season with cajun seasoning then toss the sauce on top and a bunch of lemon slices then throw it on the smoker or grill to simmer. Cook until done, maybe 15-20min. I can't get head on shrimp so I use the raw "easy peel" (deveined and split shell) frozen shrimp. You want the shell on so it sucks in the sauce as the shrimp cook. This is a messy dish, best enjoyed outside with beer and plenty of napkins in my opinion :emoji_sunglasses:
Interestingly it originally has zero to do with barbecue but oh well. Absolutely delicious for the shrimp lover!
 
It's one of those things you can find 1000 different recipes for and all they agree on is shrimp, butter, woosy, lemon and cajun seasoning
These are close to what I've done: http://www.mrbsbistro.com/recipes_shrimp.php
or this slightly different: https://www.neworleans.com/restaurants/traditional-new-orleans-foods/bbq-shrimp/

However, that's just for ingredients, I make the sauce ahead, throw the shrimp in a disposable pan, season with cajun seasoning then toss the sauce on top and a bunch of lemon slices then throw it on the smoker or grill to simmer. Cook until done, maybe 15-20min. I can't get head on shrimp so I use the raw "easy peel" (deveined and split shell) frozen shrimp. You want the shell on so it sucks in the sauce as the shrimp cook. This is a messy dish, best enjoyed outside with beer and plenty of napkins in my opinion :emoji_sunglasses:
Interestingly it originally has zero to do with barbecue but oh well. Absolutely delicious for the shrimp lover!
Thanks!
 
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