Italian Herbed Shrimp Kebabs

  • carolfitz Posted: 01/09/09
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    Terrific idea, the marinade really infused the shrimp with flavor. The bruschetta was a nice change from rice or pasta.

  • liafinney Posted: 12/02/08
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    I had some basil puree (pesto without all the oil and nuts) in the fridge, so just added the parsley and add'l oil (no cilantro...trying to use up what was available without running to the store) and marinated boneless chicken thighs in it. Didn't bother to skewer, just grilled flat with zucchini. Served with tomato bruchetta and a green salad with oil & vinegar dressing. Good, but not something I'd share outside of the family.

  • JessicaLuu Posted: 06/08/10
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    This was not great. Shrimp is expensive, and this was a waste. Nothing about it was memorable, and I was really excited about this recipe.

  • elanorh Posted: 07/14/10
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    We don't eat shrimp, I have used this marinade on chicken (as the recipe suggests) though and it's delicious!

  • dinnertime5 Posted: 07/07/11
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    This was okay but nothing spectactular and the herb mixture didn't really make me think Italian. I have other grilled shrimp recipes I like better.

  • demopo Posted: 09/09/14
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    this recipe is tasty and light, and we are picky! One thing I discovered is to grill the zucchini on separate skewers; the uneven heights make the shrimp hard to cook.

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