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Shrimp & Plum Kebabs

August/September 2006, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

Your rating: None Average: 4.6 (29 votes)

Toss quick-cooking shrimp, juicy summertime plums and zesty jalapeños with a simple cilantro-lime marinade for a deluxe meal in minutes. If you like, use peaches or nectarines in place of the plums and red or green bell peppers for the jalapeños.



READER'S COMMENT:
"My wife (who rarely cooks) made this simple dish last night. The plums suck up the jalapeno spice nicely and char up perfectly on a hot grill. Served over some rice (with jalepeno and lime also). Well done Kelly! "
Shrimp & Plum Kebabs Recipe

5 Reviews for Shrimp & Plum Kebabs

07/12/2013
A very flexible recipe!

These kebabs are super quick and super flexible. You could use any pepper your family favors and most seasonal fruits. We have tried them with scallops and they were lovely. We have used peaches now that they are in season and have used poblanos to vary the flavors. It's one of the few recipes my husband wants every week in Summer.

Flexible, pretty, healthy, quick, Summer-on-a-stick
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08/30/2012
Anonymous

Really yummy and quick. I made some with the jalapeno and some with red pepper for my husband who didn't want the kick. Both were good, the peppers and plums when eaten in the same bite were delicious.

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08/11/2010
Anonymous

My wife (who rarely cooks) made this simple dish last night. The plums suck up the jalapeno spice nicely and char up perfectly on a hot grill. Served over some rice (with jalepeno and lime also). Well done Kelly!

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07/30/2010
Anonymous

Wonderful Flavor! The plums with the jalapenos were perfect together. If you don't mind spice you MUST try this recipe. I put mine on a bed of avacado, sliced cherry tomatoes, cilantro, lime, and lettuce mixed together.

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07/14/2010

VERY good recipe!! AS IS!

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