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First time for us to grill shrimp and I looked at many recipes and chose this one. Really glad as I liked the sweet and spicy. I used apple jelly as I could not find the other one. Only thing next time I will increase the amount of sauce as we ended up not having enough for dipping but it was perfect. Thank you
Made tonight for fathers day & it was a hit. Very easy to make and not to spicy. Both kids and adults loved it. I doubled the recipe & barely had enough glaze for 2 lbs of shrimp.
so amazing! the only jelly I had was apricot, so I used that, and it got a big thumbs up from the bf and his buddies. thanks sooo much for this. Its for sure a keeper!!
My oh my these shrimp were good! The sauce really did it for these shrimp!
We really liked this, the sauce is really yummy. I reheated the left over sauce and we dipped the shrimp. Thanks!!
Excellent! I also used the apple jelly and followed the recipe exactly. I served this with grilled corn on the cob and teriyaki rice. I used what was labeled as large shrimp but would use jumbo next time (and there will be a next time).
So good, I made this for a weekend brunch using the apple jelly, I increased the jalapeno pepper to two, this recipe is a definate repeater! thanks for sharing Cooni-Jo!...Kitten:)
This recipe is fabulous! We loved it. And, it's so simple! I used apple jelly and marinated the shrimp for 1/2 hour. I will try marinating it longer next time, but it had plenty of flavor at 30 min. Thanks for the recipe!
This was soooo gooood! We really enjoyed this dish Cookin-Jo, it was fast and very easy to put together. The sauce was sweet & semi tart, hot & spicy. The shrimp was succulent & juicy. I used apple jelly and collassal shrimp (with easy pull away shells). I marinaded the shrimp for 2 1/2 hours & then grilled them for 5 minutes per side. I will be making this often over the summer. Thank you so much for sharing.