Grilled Soy Ginger Shrimp Skewers | Gluten Free
Days are getting longer, and the weather is getting warmer. That can only mean one thing — skewer season is upon us.
Our grilled soy ginger shrimp are succulent, packed with flavor, and best of all, easy to cook. You don’t have to be a grill master or pit boss to pull this one off — all you need is 5 ingredients and 20 minutes. The star of the show is our gluten free Tamari Ginger All Purpose Seasoning — packed with savory soy, aromatic ginger, and sweet honey. Combined with a perfect kiss of char from the grill, these shrimp are guaranteed to be a people and a palate pleaser.
Pull out that grill, dust off your patio furniture, and grab a cool beverage — it’s time to fire up the grill!
- 20 colossal shrimp (U13-15)
- 4 tablespoons Station 1923 Tamari Ginger All-Purpose Seasoning
- 1/2 large green bell pepper
- 1/4 large onion
- 4 tablespoons oil (we use avocado)
- Optional: sesame seeds and scallion to garnish
Things You’ll Need
- Cutting board
- Mixing bowl
- Measuring utensils
- Sauce or basting brush
- Small ramekin
Ready? Good. Now go heat up your grill. ♨️
Step 1: Prep
Heat up your grill. Do whatever you have to do to get it hot with a medium flame. While your grill gets ready, head back inside and prep. Clean your shrimp (tail removal optional #aesthetics). Chop your green bell pepper and onion into large chunks.
Step 2: Season and Assemble
You’re about to be halfway done already! We told you this was easy.
Take 1 tablespoon of oil and drizzle it over the shrimp. Follow that up with 2 tablespoons of Station 1923 Tamari Ginger seasoning, and mix until all of the shrimp are coated.
Next, take another tablespoon of oil and drizzle it over the chopped bell pepper and onion. This will help keep the veggies from sticking on the grill.
P.S. Go check that grill to make sure nothing crazy is happening.
Take the remaining 2 tablespoons of oil and 2 tablespoons of Tamari Ginger seasoning and mix them in a small bowl or ramekin to make a quick soy ginger marinade. Set aside.
Now it’s time to skewer.
Assemble your shrimp and veggies however you like. Complete until you have 4-5 skewers of soy ginger shrimp.
Step 3: Grill
Once your grill is hot and ready, grab that small bowl of Tamari Ginger marinade and brush it on each side of your skewers right before you put them on. This will give you even more flavor, and help prevent sticking.
Grill your skewers for 4-7 minutes total, flipping once the shrimp has turned orange-ish red and has nice char marks.
The key to a great soy ginger shrimp skewer is to not overcook the shrimp. You want to remove them from the grill as soon as they’re no longer grey and translucent. Opaque white with orange-ish red is what you’re looking for.
Step 4: You’re Done!
Once the soy ginger shrimp are fully cooked, remove and serve. You can garnish them with a bit of sesame seed and scallion for that added razzle dazzle.
That was easy, right?
If you give this recipe a try, don’t forget to tag us on Instagram @station1923!