Spotlight Recipe: Grilled Shrimp with Grapefruit BBQ Sauce

by in Healthy Recipes, May 20, 2009

Grilled Shrimp with Grapefruit BBQ Sauce
Why get store-bought BBQ sauce when you can make your own lickety-split? Homemade sauces are typically lower in sodium and you control the ingredients. Grapefruit juice adds tang and a vitamin C boost to this recipe. Slap it on some lean shrimp and the dish comes to only 413 calories and 6.5 grams of fat per serving. For some extra fiber, use brown rice or serve in a whole-wheat tortilla for BBQ shrimp burritos.

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Comments (6)

  1. Ambitious says:

    Great blog!!

    I’m just curious – is it common to have liquid smoke as an ingredient? Do people just have that lying around, like salt? Also, is liquid smoke healthy?

  2. Sandy says:

    Have liquid smoke in my pantry and use it quite frequently.

  3. VermontChef says:

    I have liquid smoke on hand all the time. It’s great on anything that you want to add a little smokey taste to, B-B-Q, baked beans, pork, beef, chicken.
    Liquid smoke is just that, smoke , usually hickory wood, run through a condensation process and the liquid product is bottled, no: preservatives, salt, MSG, sugar, gluten or fat. So enjoy it on anything you think you’d like it on. Even a couple drops on a burger will make you think it just come off a grill.

  4. Ambitious says:

    wow! thanks!! I should go look into it :)

  5. There is obviously a lot to know about this. I think you made some good points in Features also.Keep working ,great job!

  6. That’s Too nice, when it comes in india hope it can make a Rocking place for youngster.. hope that come true.

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