Throw another shrimp on the barbie! You can't become a grill master without a trusty pair of tongs. Opt for a 12-inch or 16-inch pair to cater to your grilling needs (but we highly recommend getting both).
We're (un)officially declare Old Bay the seasoning of the summer.
Serve these sweet shrimp skewers over a bed of coconut rice for extra tropical flavor.
What you'll need: bamboo skewers ($6, )
To make these adorable appetizers, top a fried plantain with a dollop of guac (make your own!), sliver of mango and piece of grilled shrimp.
Marinate shrimp in a spicy lime-paprika mixture for a fiery, flavorful protein. Serve them with a side of cool and creamy dipping sauce to dial the heat down.
Grilled shrimp tastes even better when smothered with fresh pesto. Then again, what doesn't?
Trust us: You'll want to drizzle this sesame-ginger dressing over everrrrrything.
If you're offering up smoky grilled shrimp as a burger topping option, we don't think you even need to bother with ketchup and mustard.
Blending up a margarita to go with this salad is pretty much mandatory.
For a fun twist on the New Orlean's favorite, douse shrimp in buffalo sauce and pop them on the grill instead of frying 'em.
There's no better grill-ready meal than foil packets full of fresh, summery ingredients.
Fish Taco Fridays are about to take over Tuesday nights. You heard it here first.
We get it: When the temperatures rising, the last thing you want to do is turn on your oven. That's why we're taking a cast iron skillet outdoors and sticking it straight onto the grill.
What you'll need: cast iron skillet ($18, )
Steal this secret from top Italian restaurants (shh!): Grill shrimp before tossing with garlic, herbs, and pasta to give the whole dish smoky flavor.
Opt for a healthy, low-calorie meal by swapping pasta for homemade zoodles.
The real star of this impressive pasta dish? Garlicky grilled shrimp.
With its grilled romaine, fresh tomatoes, smoky shrimp, cool avocado, and fresh cilantro, this salad is basically a "best of summer" montage.
With just three ingredients, 20 minutes, and a grill, you can enjoy this delicious dinner any night of the week.
Since you're grilling up shrimp and corn for this summery sandwich, you may as well throw the hoagie rolls on there as well to get them nice and toasty.