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Smoked Barbecue Shrimp

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Skewered shrimp that are smoked and lathered in your favorite bbq sauce. These shrimp will give any smoked bbq a run for their money.

Ingredients

  • 3 whole Lumps Of Hickory Wood, Soaked In Water
  • 40 whole Fresh Shrimp, Peeled And Deveined
  • 5 whole Wooden Skewers Soaked In Water For 30 Minutes
  • 1 jar (18 Oz. Size) Favorite BBQ Sauce

Preparation

Start by heating coals and getting your smoker ready. Once the coals are nice and hot, add some hickory wood and let it begin to smoke.

Thread your shrimp on skewers. Add the skewers onto the grates of the smoker, cover, and let them smoke for about 30-40 minutes on low. Turn once during this timeframe.

When the shrimp are cooked (you can push on them and they should be opaque and not too tough), brush them with some of the barbecue sauce. Cover, let cook another 5 minutes, then turn, brush more sauce on the other side, and cover to cook another few minutes or until the sauce is nice and sticky.

Remove and serve.

These smoked bbq shrimp skewers are nothing but amazing. They are packed full of smokiness with a subtle tanginess from the sauce. These were a party favorite for sure. Hope you enjoy!

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adeline on 6.20.2012

I never thought of smoking shrimp !!
the picture looks amazing and we love anything smoked.
Thanks for sharing your recipe, it’s perfect.

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