This new Thai recipe for grilled shrimp on skewers (brochettes) is to-die-to delicious! Succulent shrimp are combined with chunks of pineapple, cherry tomatoes, and purple onion for a colorful and tropical summertime barbecue treat. The marinade doubles as a dipping sauce, which makes this grilled shrimp especially easy to make. Superb for a barbecue, dinner party, or cookout! These shrimp brochettes can be eaten as a finger food, or serve them with rice and the dipping sauce for a complete and nutritious meal. Enjoy!
This Thai Mango Barbecue Chicken recipe is a delight to make and to eat. And it's easy to whip up. A twist on traditional mango chicken, this barbecue version is equally delicious, and just as spicy-sweet. Simply toss a ripe mango (or use frozen mango) plus some key Thai ingredients into your blender, and you have a delicious mango sauce that works as both the marinade and a dipping sauce.
This Thai Grilled Salmon features a wonderful blend of the 'four big Thai tastes': spicy, salty, sweet and sour. Made with fresh herbs and spices, this salmon simply sings with flavor while never overwelmoing the naturally delicious flavor of the fish. The marinade is a variation of traditional Thai 'magic paste' - a special blend of fresh herbs and spices that will simply 'wow' your tastebuds. It works beautifully with salmon as well as other types of fish. If you enjoy true Thai flavors, give this dish a go!
This authentic beef satay recipe will blow you away with its abundant flavor and tenderness! The secret to good satay is all in the marinade, and this satay marinade is simply the best (passed down through my husband's family to Thailand and Malaysia over many generations). This aromatic marinade features a special blend of fresh herbs and spices, yet it's very easy to make. Cook your satay on an outdoor grill or in the oven - either way it's simply fantastic!
15. Thai Tofu Satay
Jumbo or large shrimp (prawns) are delicious when grilled on the barbecue - but this Thai version is especially superb! Quick and easy to make, these barbecue shrimp will take your breath away, turning beautifully pink and plump after just a few minutes on the barbecue. And the taste? You have to try it to believe it. Perfect for a barbecue party, whether you want to go casual, or gourmet! Excellent paired with either a cold lager, or a chilled glass of your favorite white or rose wine. ENJOY!
Summer is the best time to enjoy fresh shrimp. So if you like seafood as much as I do, trust me and give this yummy shrimp recipe a try: Thai Grilled Garlic Shrimp (in the shell). This recipe will teach you everything you need to know about grilling shrimp, including how to prepare the shrimp for lying flat on the grill.
This Grilled Salmon with Thai Lemongrass-Coconut Sauce is just perfect for fresh salmon steaks or fillets (you can use previously frozen salmon as well). The sauce is a delightful mingling of sweet, sour, and spicy. All these flavors come together in a "lemony" blend of lemon, lemongrass, coconut milk, honey, and a dash of spice (garlic and chili) for a salmon-perfect combination. ENJOY!
Serve these grilled vegetables as a side or main course dish (makes a nutritionally-complete vegan main course dish).
This Thai Grilled Shrimp is extremely flavorful and is sure to please anyone who loves Thai flavors. Scallops can also be added to your skewers, if you wish. This is now my husband's favorite shrimp recipe. Give it a try!