Recipe Box, Brown Sugar Mustard Glaze and Bacon Wrapped Sweet Chili Shrimp

Here are 2 easy peasy seafood recipes we enjoyed during the 4th of July week

 

shrimp bucket thepaintedapron.com

 

I didn’t have a chance to take a lot of fancy photos

 

sweet chili bacon wrapped shrimp

 

These bacon wrapped shrimp swam off the pan!

 

coconut shrimp 1 thepaintedapron.com

We had some fresh peeled shrimp leftover from our Coconut Shrimp dinner

 

prepped bacon wrapped shrimp

 

So I wrapped them in a piece of partially cooked bacon and covered them with sweet chili sauce

 

sweet chili aoli thepaintedapron.com 1

 

After 10 minutes in the oven, they were a little bite of heaven

 

bacon wrapped sweet chili shrimp

 

Again, I apologize for no fancy photos

 

shrimp buckets thepaintedapron.com

 

We grabbed them straight off the baking sheet

 

sweet chili bacon wrapped shrimp

 

Whoosh  💨 they were gone in a flash!

 

bottlecap fish thepaintedapron.com

 

We also enjoyed some fresh red snapper over the holiday that we had in the freezer from the big catch

 

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HH got creative and used a sauce recipe from Weber’s Art of the Grill to jazz it up a little

 

fishy place setting 2 thepaintedapron.com

 

It’s a brown sugar mustard glaze that is paired with salmon in the cookbook

 

fish tub thepaintedapron.com

 

But it was wonderful on the snapper fillets

 

snapper

 

HH cooked the fish on the grill on a foil lined pan in a bath of the sauce

 

snapper with Brown sugar mustard glaze

Bacon Wrapped Sweet Chili Shrimp

  • Servings: varied
  • Difficulty: easy
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fresh shrimp, medium to large, peeled and deveined

bacon strips, partially cooked until just beginning to crisp*

Asian Sweet Chili Sauce

Wrap shrimp with a piece of bacon. Cutting or tearing the strips vertically works well, the bacon is long enough to wrap the shrimp but not too wide to be bulky.  Place wrapped shrimp on a parchment lined baking sheet.  Cover each shrimp with 1-2 T sauce.  Bake at 400 for 10 minutes or until shrimp is pink and just done.  Do not overcook or shrimp will be rubbery.

*Cook bacon on a parchment lined baking sheet at 350-400 for about 15 minutes, checking often near the end so you can remove it before it’s cooked through.  Drain on paper towels and refrigerate for up to 3 days.  Cooking bacon this way results in strips that lay flat and are ideal for wrapping.  The bacon will finish cooking when the shrimp are baked

bacon wrapped sweet chili shrimp

Brown Sugar Mustard Glaze for Seafood

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: easy
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1 T brown sugar

1 tsp honey

1 T unsalted butter

2 T Dijon mustard

1 T soy sauce

2 teaspoons fresh ginger paste

Melt butter in a small sauce pan over medium heat.  Add brown sugar and honey and stir to melt together.  Remove from heat.  Add mustard, soy sauce, olive oil and ginger and cool.  Use sauce for basting or cooking fresh fish.

Grill method:

Place fish on a oiled foil lined baking sheet.  Season with salt and pepper and pour sauce over fish.  Cook fish indirectly over medium heat until it reaches the proper temperature for the type and size of fish used.

 

snapper with Brown sugar mustard glaze

Enjoy!

 

fish dishes

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14 Responses to “Recipe Box, Brown Sugar Mustard Glaze and Bacon Wrapped Sweet Chili Shrimp”
  1. Lynn says:

    Bet that glaze would be good on chicken too! Sounds great:@)

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  2. Jenna, shrimp and bacon are a good pairing anytime and the glaze sounds wonderful! I am a huge fan of red snapper! Happy Wednesday!

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  3. Gorgeous red snappers and cute fishermen! How interesting to glaze with mustard. I will try it. Love the quick bacon wrapped chili shrimp. Who could resist?

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  4. Leslie Anne Tarabella says:

    I ate dinner with some ladies a few nights ago and the one sitting across from me ordered bacon wrapped shrimp. They looked soooo good! Thanks for the extra nudge of inspiration. Yours look just as yummy as the restaurant’s version!

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  5. I’d rather have great food than pretty pictures any day! Your pics make the shrimp and fish look yummy!

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  6. Kitty says:

    No fancy photos are necessary, Jenna, as those shrimp look yummy just the way they are. I can’t wait to try that easy dish! You’re the best!

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  7. Kim says:

    I don’t eat seafood and barely eat fish, but your recipes (I’m sure!) are wonderful for the fish-lovers who read your blog. We were told by a business man (and not too trusty one, at that) that he was arranging a fresh lobster delivery to our house today. No word since last week, and FedEx already made their delivery. We’re not holding our breath! I love all your fish-painted items. Shrimpy-tails on your mugs made me laugh. So cute!!!

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    • I didn’t eat the fish, but everyone was raving- I do like shrimp {but it has to be hot, not cold} and anything wrapped in bacon and smothered in a good sauce is pretty hard to beat! I love fresh lobster, I hope it shows up! >

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  8. Jodi says:

    Yum. I want to come to this party!!!!! You had me at bacon wrapped shrimp.

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  9. Oh it all looks way too delicious…and that brown sugar mustard glaze sound perfect for seafood!

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  10. Emily says:

    Oh my goodness, all the yum here! Everything is better with bacon but everything looks delicious. Love all the artsy fish. Jenna, you don’t need fancy photograph for your posts, it is all gorgeous….

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  11. Mary says:

    Pass the bacon-wrapped shrimp and the snapper my way Jenna! I bet that mustard glaze is good on shoe leather!

    P.S. I’m surprised you got any photos at all the week of the 4th 🙂

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