How to Make Grilled Shrimp in Oven

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Shrimp in the oven, one of the easiest ways to cook! A delicious baked shrimp recipe is always required, as it takes less than 10 minutes in preparation, and is easy to use with whatever spices you like.

What we will talk about today is perhaps the easiest recipe in the world. You will not know until you try it for yourself, then you will not believe how easy it is to prepare, which I really like in this recipe.

Shrimp grill (in the oven) is the easiest, fastest and most reliable way to cook shrimp. The entire batch can be operational in less than 10 minutes from start to finish. Shrimps are always perfectly cooked, with a little crisp on the outside, yet still nice and fluffy on the inside. You can use this method to make a small or large group of shrimp. As was the case for all proteins in this series - this method is versatile when it comes to flavor, so it is suitable for serving with any mix of spices and spices your family likes or loves.

Believe me. If you really like shrimp, you should try this delicious grilled meal.

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What do you need for a grilled shrimp recipe:

Raw shrimp: ideally large or large shrimp, without veins and peel (tails or extinguisher). If you've purchased frozen shrimp, make sure it's completely thawed before cooking. (Noted about that in our previous topic How to Marinate Grilled Shrimp like Chefs)
Oil: Whatever high-temperature cooking oil you prefer. I like using avocado oil for this recipe because it gives it a unique taste.
Seasoning: I usually use a generous sprinkle of kosher salt and fresh black pepper. Feel free to add any other dry spices you like.

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How to cook shrimp in the oven:

Use dry shrimp. Dye it with some paper towels to remove excess moisture, especially if the shrimp is frozen and just melted.

Toss with oil. Mix the oil until the shrimp is evenly covered, either in the mixing bowl or directly on the baking sheet.

Arrange on a baking sheet. Shrimp is necessary in pairs (without interfering with the grains) in order to cook well.

Seasoning: I usually sprinkle shrimp with kosher salt and lots of fresh black pepper (plus maybe a little garlic powder). Feel free to add any other dry seasonings you may prefer.

grill. After that, you only need to put the baking sheet in the oven and bring it for two minutes, or until the shrimp becomes a reddish-pink color. Watch the shrimp closely to ensure that it is not overcooked or not cooked. Also, no need to turn the shrimp halfway through, because they cook quickly. Plus, the bottom of the pan becomes nice and hot too, so the bottom of the shrimp will also be cooked well.
Serve. Once the shrimp is ready to leave, remove the baking sheet from the oven, and transfer the shrimp to a serving dish immediately (or incorporate it into any shrimp recipe you may make), then serve warm. We finished!

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Various shrimp seasonings:

Again, I usually use a lot of salt and pepper (as well as a good sprinkle of garlic powder), as mentioned in the grilled shrimp recipe at the top of the topic. But if you want to mix things up, feel free to spray any mixture of your favorite dry spices, like:

Italian seasoning
Cajun flavoring
Seasoning of thyme
Taco seasoning
Curry powder
Caribbean spice jerk

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Grilled Shrimp in Oven Recipe

Prep Cook Ready in Serves
5 m 2 m 7 m 4-6


  • One pound shredded and ground shrimp (tails on or off)
  • 1 tablespoon of avocado oil (or your favorite high-temperature oil)
  • Salt of Jewish law and fresh black pepper to taste


  1. Preheat broiler on the oven. Arrange the baking rack approximately 5 inches away from the top heating element.
  2. Place the shrimp in a large mixing bowl, and allow it to dry with paper towels. Add oil and stir until shrimp is evenly covered.
  3. Transfer the shrimp to a large baking sheet, and arrange in an equal layer. (Ensure that the shrimp does not overlap.) Sprinkle generously with salt and pepper, and any other required spices.
  4. Grease for two minutes, or until the shrimp becomes dark reddish-dark and dark. Take it out of the oven and transfer it to a serving dish.
  5. Warm service. Or transfer it to a closed container and refrigerator for up to two days, or freeze for up to 3 months.


* You can use sticks to hold shrimps together shrimp or not (I didn't use in this recipe)
How to Make Grilled Shrimp in Oven How to Make Grilled Shrimp in Oven Reviewed by Admin on January 21, 2020 Rating: 5

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