Ready in 1 hour
Serve with Lime-Cilantro Rice
"Awesome! I made it exactly as written except that I didn't have shallots. I substituted about a Tbsp. of minced onion. Worked just fine. We'll be making this again and again."- lylowe
Top-ranked recipe named "Tequila-Orange Grilled Shrimp"
In a medium bowl, mix oil, half the jalapeno, half the garlic and lime zest; season with salt and pepper. Fold in shrimp. Cover and refrigerate for 15 minutes up to 1 hour.
In a shallow saucepan, comine remaining jalapeno and garlic, 1 teaspoon salt, pepper, orange juice, tequila and shallots; bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Cook until mixture is thick and syrupy, 7 to 8 minutes. Stir in butter; keep warm.
Heat a gas grill on high or stove-top grill pan over high heat. Grill shrimp, turning once, until just opaque, about 4 minutes. Transfer to a serving platter; pour tequila sauce over shrimp. Garnish with chives; serve immediately with lime wedges.
misaca25 1 year agoI couldn't get the sauce to thicken very much but we really enjoyed it! We made it as an appetizer.
lori_caillouet 1 year agoVery good and has a nice kick, we grilled the shrimp then returned them to the pan a coated them with the sauce.
aprilsgranny 1 year ago
TheHipster 1 year agoExcellent.... next time I make it I will enhance it by making it a tad spicier and will make the sauce more of a glaze as I thought it was a little too thin.
rj57 1 year agoTotally awesome. Tried it using a charcoal grill and Applewood chips. Also squeezed a half of lime into the tequila sauce.
Dulcedeleche 1 year agoIncredible! It goes perfectly with the rice. We used a lot more garlic, though. And we used rum instead of tequila.
scootersweb 1 year agoThis is a great recipe. I did have trouble getting the syrupy consistency, but it tasted great.
Surf2turf 2 years agoLoved it! Might consider removing shrimp tails if serving over a lime-cilantro rice. Great combo!!
Radelli 2 years agoWas very tasty. Will be having again. Thanks
nataliestamps 3 years agoWe loved it !