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Bacon Wrapped Teriyaki Shrimp

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1 Package Bacon Thick cut bacon works best
1 1/2 Lbs Shrimp Precooked; Get the largest you can afford
1 Large Bottle Teriyaki Sauce Highly recommend Mr. Yoshida's
1 Package Skewers Thinner skewers are better for the shrimp

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Bacon Wrapped Teriyaki Shrimp

Grilled, bacon wrapped, teriyaki marinated shrimp.




    If you are like us, sometimes you just want to eat something that is decadently delicious. No matter what you eat to satisfy your cravings, chances are you considered wrapping something in bacon for at least a second. Well friends, do we have a bacon wrapped treat in store for you.

    Bacon Wrapped Teriyaki Shrimp is a top tier bacon infused treat that will both shock and amaze your taste buds. Whether you trying to impress your friends or just trying to satisfy a deep craving, this dish will do exactly what you need. We recommend utilizing this as a powerful appetizer to accompany a main course meal.

    Bacon Wrapped Teriyaki Shrimp


    • 1 Package Bacon
    • 1 1/2 Lbs Shrimp
    • 1 Large Bottle Teriyaki Sauce
    • 1 Package Skewers

    Takes ,
    serves 2.

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    Gather your ingredients

    First gather everything you are going to need. This will include precooked shrimp (as big as you can afford), thick cut bacon, and teriyaki sauce (Mr. Yoshida's is the best). You will also need some long thin skewers and a plastic bag to marinate your shrimp. We highly recommend you utilize both an oven and a grill (propane or charcoal) to make this recipe perfectly.

    Quick Pro Tip: If you want your shrimp perfectly flavored, try marinating them overnight in the refrigerator.

    1 hour

    Marinate your shrimp

    Wash your shrimp and make sure all the tails are removed. Put the shrimp in a plastic bag that can zip shut and pour in the teriyaki sauce. Shrimp will take on the teriyaki flavor in about an hour, but having them marinate over night will really improve the flavor!


    Precook the bacon in the oven

    Break out a metal oven tray and line it with aluminum foil. Simultaneously turn on your oven and let it preheat to about 400 degrees before you put anything into it. Lay your bacon out on the tray (as seen in the picture) and put it in the oven. Set the timer for 10 minutes. After the first 10 minutes, flip the bacon and set it for another 10 minutes. You want your bacon to be at least half done, but not quite fully cooked.

    5 minutes

    Wrap your shrimp with bacon!

    After your bacon is over halfway cooked , take it out of the oven and let it cool for a minute. Once the bacon is cool enough to touch, lay it out flat on a large smooth surface. Next take your shrimp out of the marinade (using a strainer is ideal) and place 3 pieces on each slice of bacon (depending on size). Now carefully wrap the shrimp by curling the bacon around each piece. There are different ways to accomplish this, but what you really want here is to have bacon between each shrimp. Once you have the shrimp wrapped, take a skewer and stick it through the middle. You want the skewer to pierce through the middle of each shrimp to ensure it maintains shape. You should be able to fit at least 3 shrimp/bacon wraps on each skewer. Just make sure there is enough space so that none of the wraps are touching.

    10-15 minutes

    Grill your bacon wrapped shrimp!

    Once all your shrimp and bacon have been wrapped and placed on the skewers, you will finish them on a grill. If you do not have a grill handy, you can put them back in the over for 15-30 minutes at 400 degrees, flipping them halfway. If you are using a grill, cook them over high heat so as to finish the bacon. If your shrimp was precooked, you will only need to be concerned with cooking the bacon. This should only take 10-15 minutes on the grill. What you really want here is for the bacon to be a little bit crispy, but not too burned. Be on the look out for extra fire from the bacon grease!


    Feast upon your creation!

    Your finished product will look like a delicious dark ball of meaty goodness. If you bite into it and notice the bacon is not fully cooked in the middle, put it back on the grill. Depending on the type of bacon, sometimes you will need a little extra grill time. Also don't worry if your skewers snap from the fire, that is perfectly normal.

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