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Gluten-Free Grilled Shrimp Mango Slaw

Gluten-Free Grilled Shrimp Mango Slaw


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Photo courtesy of McCormick

This incredible dish is sure to be a summertime favorite at your next cookout. Shrimp, coleslaw, honey and mango come together to create a light and refreshing meal.

Recipe courtesy of Mccormick

Ingredients

  • 1/3 Cup lime juice
  • 1/4 Cup olive oil
  • 2 Tablespoons honey
  • 1 package McCormick® Gluten Free Chili Seasoning Mix
  • 1 Pound jumbo or extra-large shrimp, peeled and deveined
  • 1 package (14 ounces) shredded coleslaw mix
  • 1 large ripe mango, peeled, seeded and chopped (1 cup)
  • 1/2 Cup chopped red bell pepper
  • 1/4 Cup chopped fresh cilantro

Grilled Shrimp Tacos With Cabbage Slaw

A lot of people get into Taco Tuesday but why should we limit tacos to just one day a week? Quick-cooking, versatile, affordable and kid-friendly, I love turning whatever meat, seafood or veggies we have on hand into a quick and easy taco dinner.

Whether you prefer pork, beef, seafood or chicken, chances are I have a taco recipe you and your family will love.

My oldest is a huge seafood lover so I almost always have a bag of frozen shrimp stocked in the freezer for last-minute dinners like shrimp tacos. Delicious sautéed, broiled or grilled, shrimp cooks in just minutes and is a great source of lean protein.

Of course, the real secret to good tacos is all about the tortilla. They must be warmed up (either charred on an open flame or lightly pan-fried) and they must be served hot. If you serve them cold they will fall apart and flavorless. That doesn’t sound like much fun does it?

With the temps finally heating up, I love utilizing the grill which gives the protein an incredibly smoky, charred flavor. Most recently I decided to create grilled shrimp tacos by mixing up a fast marinade of lime juice, Gourmet Garden Garlic stir-in paste, cumin, and smoked paprika.

After about 10 minutes in the marinade, they are ready to go. In fact, you don’t want to marinade shrimp in lime juice too long or else it will start to cook (a la ceviche!)

Just 2-3 minutes per side! You know grilled shrimp is done when it turns bright pink.

While the shrimp are grilling, I like to create a crunchy slaw with whatever veggies I have on hand. This week I had leftover red cabbage, shredded carrots, and scallions but green cabbage, red peppers or thinly sliced red onions would work great too!

For the slaw vinaigrette, I simply drizzle the veggies with lime juice, olive oil, and salt and pepper. Before serving I sprinkle with Gourmet Garden’s lightly dried cilantro for added freshness.

These lightly dried herbs will stay fresh in the refrigerator for 4 weeks! Typically fresh herbs start to wilt after about a week or so. Using Gourmet Garden herbs is a great way to cut down on food waste.

To serve, scatter the shrimp in a warmed tortilla and top with the crunchy slaw.


Grilled Shrimp Tacos With Cabbage Slaw

A lot of people get into Taco Tuesday but why should we limit tacos to just one day a week? Quick-cooking, versatile, affordable and kid-friendly, I love turning whatever meat, seafood or veggies we have on hand into a quick and easy taco dinner.

Whether you prefer pork, beef, seafood or chicken, chances are I have a taco recipe you and your family will love.

My oldest is a huge seafood lover so I almost always have a bag of frozen shrimp stocked in the freezer for last-minute dinners like shrimp tacos. Delicious sautéed, broiled or grilled, shrimp cooks in just minutes and is a great source of lean protein.

Of course, the real secret to good tacos is all about the tortilla. They must be warmed up (either charred on an open flame or lightly pan-fried) and they must be served hot. If you serve them cold they will fall apart and flavorless. That doesn’t sound like much fun does it?

With the temps finally heating up, I love utilizing the grill which gives the protein an incredibly smoky, charred flavor. Most recently I decided to create grilled shrimp tacos by mixing up a fast marinade of lime juice, Gourmet Garden Garlic stir-in paste, cumin, and smoked paprika.

After about 10 minutes in the marinade, they are ready to go. In fact, you don’t want to marinade shrimp in lime juice too long or else it will start to cook (a la ceviche!)

Just 2-3 minutes per side! You know grilled shrimp is done when it turns bright pink.

While the shrimp are grilling, I like to create a crunchy slaw with whatever veggies I have on hand. This week I had leftover red cabbage, shredded carrots, and scallions but green cabbage, red peppers or thinly sliced red onions would work great too!

For the slaw vinaigrette, I simply drizzle the veggies with lime juice, olive oil, and salt and pepper. Before serving I sprinkle with Gourmet Garden’s lightly dried cilantro for added freshness.

These lightly dried herbs will stay fresh in the refrigerator for 4 weeks! Typically fresh herbs start to wilt after about a week or so. Using Gourmet Garden herbs is a great way to cut down on food waste.

To serve, scatter the shrimp in a warmed tortilla and top with the crunchy slaw.


Grilled Shrimp Tacos With Cabbage Slaw

A lot of people get into Taco Tuesday but why should we limit tacos to just one day a week? Quick-cooking, versatile, affordable and kid-friendly, I love turning whatever meat, seafood or veggies we have on hand into a quick and easy taco dinner.

Whether you prefer pork, beef, seafood or chicken, chances are I have a taco recipe you and your family will love.

My oldest is a huge seafood lover so I almost always have a bag of frozen shrimp stocked in the freezer for last-minute dinners like shrimp tacos. Delicious sautéed, broiled or grilled, shrimp cooks in just minutes and is a great source of lean protein.

Of course, the real secret to good tacos is all about the tortilla. They must be warmed up (either charred on an open flame or lightly pan-fried) and they must be served hot. If you serve them cold they will fall apart and flavorless. That doesn’t sound like much fun does it?

With the temps finally heating up, I love utilizing the grill which gives the protein an incredibly smoky, charred flavor. Most recently I decided to create grilled shrimp tacos by mixing up a fast marinade of lime juice, Gourmet Garden Garlic stir-in paste, cumin, and smoked paprika.

After about 10 minutes in the marinade, they are ready to go. In fact, you don’t want to marinade shrimp in lime juice too long or else it will start to cook (a la ceviche!)

Just 2-3 minutes per side! You know grilled shrimp is done when it turns bright pink.

While the shrimp are grilling, I like to create a crunchy slaw with whatever veggies I have on hand. This week I had leftover red cabbage, shredded carrots, and scallions but green cabbage, red peppers or thinly sliced red onions would work great too!

For the slaw vinaigrette, I simply drizzle the veggies with lime juice, olive oil, and salt and pepper. Before serving I sprinkle with Gourmet Garden’s lightly dried cilantro for added freshness.

These lightly dried herbs will stay fresh in the refrigerator for 4 weeks! Typically fresh herbs start to wilt after about a week or so. Using Gourmet Garden herbs is a great way to cut down on food waste.

To serve, scatter the shrimp in a warmed tortilla and top with the crunchy slaw.


Grilled Shrimp Tacos With Cabbage Slaw

A lot of people get into Taco Tuesday but why should we limit tacos to just one day a week? Quick-cooking, versatile, affordable and kid-friendly, I love turning whatever meat, seafood or veggies we have on hand into a quick and easy taco dinner.

Whether you prefer pork, beef, seafood or chicken, chances are I have a taco recipe you and your family will love.

My oldest is a huge seafood lover so I almost always have a bag of frozen shrimp stocked in the freezer for last-minute dinners like shrimp tacos. Delicious sautéed, broiled or grilled, shrimp cooks in just minutes and is a great source of lean protein.

Of course, the real secret to good tacos is all about the tortilla. They must be warmed up (either charred on an open flame or lightly pan-fried) and they must be served hot. If you serve them cold they will fall apart and flavorless. That doesn’t sound like much fun does it?

With the temps finally heating up, I love utilizing the grill which gives the protein an incredibly smoky, charred flavor. Most recently I decided to create grilled shrimp tacos by mixing up a fast marinade of lime juice, Gourmet Garden Garlic stir-in paste, cumin, and smoked paprika.

After about 10 minutes in the marinade, they are ready to go. In fact, you don’t want to marinade shrimp in lime juice too long or else it will start to cook (a la ceviche!)

Just 2-3 minutes per side! You know grilled shrimp is done when it turns bright pink.

While the shrimp are grilling, I like to create a crunchy slaw with whatever veggies I have on hand. This week I had leftover red cabbage, shredded carrots, and scallions but green cabbage, red peppers or thinly sliced red onions would work great too!

For the slaw vinaigrette, I simply drizzle the veggies with lime juice, olive oil, and salt and pepper. Before serving I sprinkle with Gourmet Garden’s lightly dried cilantro for added freshness.

These lightly dried herbs will stay fresh in the refrigerator for 4 weeks! Typically fresh herbs start to wilt after about a week or so. Using Gourmet Garden herbs is a great way to cut down on food waste.

To serve, scatter the shrimp in a warmed tortilla and top with the crunchy slaw.


Grilled Shrimp Tacos With Cabbage Slaw

A lot of people get into Taco Tuesday but why should we limit tacos to just one day a week? Quick-cooking, versatile, affordable and kid-friendly, I love turning whatever meat, seafood or veggies we have on hand into a quick and easy taco dinner.

Whether you prefer pork, beef, seafood or chicken, chances are I have a taco recipe you and your family will love.

My oldest is a huge seafood lover so I almost always have a bag of frozen shrimp stocked in the freezer for last-minute dinners like shrimp tacos. Delicious sautéed, broiled or grilled, shrimp cooks in just minutes and is a great source of lean protein.

Of course, the real secret to good tacos is all about the tortilla. They must be warmed up (either charred on an open flame or lightly pan-fried) and they must be served hot. If you serve them cold they will fall apart and flavorless. That doesn’t sound like much fun does it?

With the temps finally heating up, I love utilizing the grill which gives the protein an incredibly smoky, charred flavor. Most recently I decided to create grilled shrimp tacos by mixing up a fast marinade of lime juice, Gourmet Garden Garlic stir-in paste, cumin, and smoked paprika.

After about 10 minutes in the marinade, they are ready to go. In fact, you don’t want to marinade shrimp in lime juice too long or else it will start to cook (a la ceviche!)

Just 2-3 minutes per side! You know grilled shrimp is done when it turns bright pink.

While the shrimp are grilling, I like to create a crunchy slaw with whatever veggies I have on hand. This week I had leftover red cabbage, shredded carrots, and scallions but green cabbage, red peppers or thinly sliced red onions would work great too!

For the slaw vinaigrette, I simply drizzle the veggies with lime juice, olive oil, and salt and pepper. Before serving I sprinkle with Gourmet Garden’s lightly dried cilantro for added freshness.

These lightly dried herbs will stay fresh in the refrigerator for 4 weeks! Typically fresh herbs start to wilt after about a week or so. Using Gourmet Garden herbs is a great way to cut down on food waste.

To serve, scatter the shrimp in a warmed tortilla and top with the crunchy slaw.


Grilled Shrimp Tacos With Cabbage Slaw

A lot of people get into Taco Tuesday but why should we limit tacos to just one day a week? Quick-cooking, versatile, affordable and kid-friendly, I love turning whatever meat, seafood or veggies we have on hand into a quick and easy taco dinner.

Whether you prefer pork, beef, seafood or chicken, chances are I have a taco recipe you and your family will love.

My oldest is a huge seafood lover so I almost always have a bag of frozen shrimp stocked in the freezer for last-minute dinners like shrimp tacos. Delicious sautéed, broiled or grilled, shrimp cooks in just minutes and is a great source of lean protein.

Of course, the real secret to good tacos is all about the tortilla. They must be warmed up (either charred on an open flame or lightly pan-fried) and they must be served hot. If you serve them cold they will fall apart and flavorless. That doesn’t sound like much fun does it?

With the temps finally heating up, I love utilizing the grill which gives the protein an incredibly smoky, charred flavor. Most recently I decided to create grilled shrimp tacos by mixing up a fast marinade of lime juice, Gourmet Garden Garlic stir-in paste, cumin, and smoked paprika.

After about 10 minutes in the marinade, they are ready to go. In fact, you don’t want to marinade shrimp in lime juice too long or else it will start to cook (a la ceviche!)

Just 2-3 minutes per side! You know grilled shrimp is done when it turns bright pink.

While the shrimp are grilling, I like to create a crunchy slaw with whatever veggies I have on hand. This week I had leftover red cabbage, shredded carrots, and scallions but green cabbage, red peppers or thinly sliced red onions would work great too!

For the slaw vinaigrette, I simply drizzle the veggies with lime juice, olive oil, and salt and pepper. Before serving I sprinkle with Gourmet Garden’s lightly dried cilantro for added freshness.

These lightly dried herbs will stay fresh in the refrigerator for 4 weeks! Typically fresh herbs start to wilt after about a week or so. Using Gourmet Garden herbs is a great way to cut down on food waste.

To serve, scatter the shrimp in a warmed tortilla and top with the crunchy slaw.


Grilled Shrimp Tacos With Cabbage Slaw

A lot of people get into Taco Tuesday but why should we limit tacos to just one day a week? Quick-cooking, versatile, affordable and kid-friendly, I love turning whatever meat, seafood or veggies we have on hand into a quick and easy taco dinner.

Whether you prefer pork, beef, seafood or chicken, chances are I have a taco recipe you and your family will love.

My oldest is a huge seafood lover so I almost always have a bag of frozen shrimp stocked in the freezer for last-minute dinners like shrimp tacos. Delicious sautéed, broiled or grilled, shrimp cooks in just minutes and is a great source of lean protein.

Of course, the real secret to good tacos is all about the tortilla. They must be warmed up (either charred on an open flame or lightly pan-fried) and they must be served hot. If you serve them cold they will fall apart and flavorless. That doesn’t sound like much fun does it?

With the temps finally heating up, I love utilizing the grill which gives the protein an incredibly smoky, charred flavor. Most recently I decided to create grilled shrimp tacos by mixing up a fast marinade of lime juice, Gourmet Garden Garlic stir-in paste, cumin, and smoked paprika.

After about 10 minutes in the marinade, they are ready to go. In fact, you don’t want to marinade shrimp in lime juice too long or else it will start to cook (a la ceviche!)

Just 2-3 minutes per side! You know grilled shrimp is done when it turns bright pink.

While the shrimp are grilling, I like to create a crunchy slaw with whatever veggies I have on hand. This week I had leftover red cabbage, shredded carrots, and scallions but green cabbage, red peppers or thinly sliced red onions would work great too!

For the slaw vinaigrette, I simply drizzle the veggies with lime juice, olive oil, and salt and pepper. Before serving I sprinkle with Gourmet Garden’s lightly dried cilantro for added freshness.

These lightly dried herbs will stay fresh in the refrigerator for 4 weeks! Typically fresh herbs start to wilt after about a week or so. Using Gourmet Garden herbs is a great way to cut down on food waste.

To serve, scatter the shrimp in a warmed tortilla and top with the crunchy slaw.


Grilled Shrimp Tacos With Cabbage Slaw

A lot of people get into Taco Tuesday but why should we limit tacos to just one day a week? Quick-cooking, versatile, affordable and kid-friendly, I love turning whatever meat, seafood or veggies we have on hand into a quick and easy taco dinner.

Whether you prefer pork, beef, seafood or chicken, chances are I have a taco recipe you and your family will love.

My oldest is a huge seafood lover so I almost always have a bag of frozen shrimp stocked in the freezer for last-minute dinners like shrimp tacos. Delicious sautéed, broiled or grilled, shrimp cooks in just minutes and is a great source of lean protein.

Of course, the real secret to good tacos is all about the tortilla. They must be warmed up (either charred on an open flame or lightly pan-fried) and they must be served hot. If you serve them cold they will fall apart and flavorless. That doesn’t sound like much fun does it?

With the temps finally heating up, I love utilizing the grill which gives the protein an incredibly smoky, charred flavor. Most recently I decided to create grilled shrimp tacos by mixing up a fast marinade of lime juice, Gourmet Garden Garlic stir-in paste, cumin, and smoked paprika.

After about 10 minutes in the marinade, they are ready to go. In fact, you don’t want to marinade shrimp in lime juice too long or else it will start to cook (a la ceviche!)

Just 2-3 minutes per side! You know grilled shrimp is done when it turns bright pink.

While the shrimp are grilling, I like to create a crunchy slaw with whatever veggies I have on hand. This week I had leftover red cabbage, shredded carrots, and scallions but green cabbage, red peppers or thinly sliced red onions would work great too!

For the slaw vinaigrette, I simply drizzle the veggies with lime juice, olive oil, and salt and pepper. Before serving I sprinkle with Gourmet Garden’s lightly dried cilantro for added freshness.

These lightly dried herbs will stay fresh in the refrigerator for 4 weeks! Typically fresh herbs start to wilt after about a week or so. Using Gourmet Garden herbs is a great way to cut down on food waste.

To serve, scatter the shrimp in a warmed tortilla and top with the crunchy slaw.


Grilled Shrimp Tacos With Cabbage Slaw

A lot of people get into Taco Tuesday but why should we limit tacos to just one day a week? Quick-cooking, versatile, affordable and kid-friendly, I love turning whatever meat, seafood or veggies we have on hand into a quick and easy taco dinner.

Whether you prefer pork, beef, seafood or chicken, chances are I have a taco recipe you and your family will love.

My oldest is a huge seafood lover so I almost always have a bag of frozen shrimp stocked in the freezer for last-minute dinners like shrimp tacos. Delicious sautéed, broiled or grilled, shrimp cooks in just minutes and is a great source of lean protein.

Of course, the real secret to good tacos is all about the tortilla. They must be warmed up (either charred on an open flame or lightly pan-fried) and they must be served hot. If you serve them cold they will fall apart and flavorless. That doesn’t sound like much fun does it?

With the temps finally heating up, I love utilizing the grill which gives the protein an incredibly smoky, charred flavor. Most recently I decided to create grilled shrimp tacos by mixing up a fast marinade of lime juice, Gourmet Garden Garlic stir-in paste, cumin, and smoked paprika.

After about 10 minutes in the marinade, they are ready to go. In fact, you don’t want to marinade shrimp in lime juice too long or else it will start to cook (a la ceviche!)

Just 2-3 minutes per side! You know grilled shrimp is done when it turns bright pink.

While the shrimp are grilling, I like to create a crunchy slaw with whatever veggies I have on hand. This week I had leftover red cabbage, shredded carrots, and scallions but green cabbage, red peppers or thinly sliced red onions would work great too!

For the slaw vinaigrette, I simply drizzle the veggies with lime juice, olive oil, and salt and pepper. Before serving I sprinkle with Gourmet Garden’s lightly dried cilantro for added freshness.

These lightly dried herbs will stay fresh in the refrigerator for 4 weeks! Typically fresh herbs start to wilt after about a week or so. Using Gourmet Garden herbs is a great way to cut down on food waste.

To serve, scatter the shrimp in a warmed tortilla and top with the crunchy slaw.


Grilled Shrimp Tacos With Cabbage Slaw

A lot of people get into Taco Tuesday but why should we limit tacos to just one day a week? Quick-cooking, versatile, affordable and kid-friendly, I love turning whatever meat, seafood or veggies we have on hand into a quick and easy taco dinner.

Whether you prefer pork, beef, seafood or chicken, chances are I have a taco recipe you and your family will love.

My oldest is a huge seafood lover so I almost always have a bag of frozen shrimp stocked in the freezer for last-minute dinners like shrimp tacos. Delicious sautéed, broiled or grilled, shrimp cooks in just minutes and is a great source of lean protein.

Of course, the real secret to good tacos is all about the tortilla. They must be warmed up (either charred on an open flame or lightly pan-fried) and they must be served hot. If you serve them cold they will fall apart and flavorless. That doesn’t sound like much fun does it?

With the temps finally heating up, I love utilizing the grill which gives the protein an incredibly smoky, charred flavor. Most recently I decided to create grilled shrimp tacos by mixing up a fast marinade of lime juice, Gourmet Garden Garlic stir-in paste, cumin, and smoked paprika.

After about 10 minutes in the marinade, they are ready to go. In fact, you don’t want to marinade shrimp in lime juice too long or else it will start to cook (a la ceviche!)

Just 2-3 minutes per side! You know grilled shrimp is done when it turns bright pink.

While the shrimp are grilling, I like to create a crunchy slaw with whatever veggies I have on hand. This week I had leftover red cabbage, shredded carrots, and scallions but green cabbage, red peppers or thinly sliced red onions would work great too!

For the slaw vinaigrette, I simply drizzle the veggies with lime juice, olive oil, and salt and pepper. Before serving I sprinkle with Gourmet Garden’s lightly dried cilantro for added freshness.

These lightly dried herbs will stay fresh in the refrigerator for 4 weeks! Typically fresh herbs start to wilt after about a week or so. Using Gourmet Garden herbs is a great way to cut down on food waste.

To serve, scatter the shrimp in a warmed tortilla and top with the crunchy slaw.



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