Shrimp cooks quickly and easily on a gas barbecue. Cooking on a BBQ grill means no dirty plates or dishes! No pans required.
Salt and pepper shrimp before grilling. Garlic powder, cayenne pepper, and chili flakes (excellent for Mexican flavors) are additional popular fish spices.
Shrimp can also be cooked well in a bamboo steamer. You may keep the shrimp's original flavor and "juiciness" by steaming them.
Bamboo steamers are affordable, making them a good choice for individuals on a budget or with limited kitchen space.
Cooking shrimp over an open flame (like a gas stove) is another option. This procedure is quick and easy, but safety measures are needed.
Always be near the stove when cooking on an open flame. Never leave food cooking on the grill unattended or go outside.
The oven is another fantastic place to prepare shrimp. When compared to frying or cooking at high heat, methods like baking fish can be a healthier option.
Shrimp marinated before being baked or roasted in the oven will absorb even more of the flavor of the marinade. This allows spices and sauces to penetrate the meat.