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Shrimp Tortillas Straight From The Grill

Our ‘thing’ this summer is – as you might have guessed – having barbecues by the sea. When I wrote about how to beat the Sunday Blues, one of the recommendations was to stay out late on Sunday. Who sleeps early anymore anyway, right? On one of our BBQs, we made these amazing shrimp tortillas that all of our guests loved. This recipe was cooked straight out of the grill by the sea on a nice summer day. It’s easy and delicious! I strongly recommend it to add an extra touch to a simple BBQ.

Shrimp Tortillas Recipe

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What you’ll need (for 6 persons):

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  • Fresh shrimps (count 8 medium ones per person)
  • A bunch of fresh coriander leaves
  • 3 fresh red chili peppers
  • 2 medium shallots
  • Juice of 1 lime
  • Mixed spices: we used Jamie Oliver’s salt and chili mix
  • 12 Tortilla bread of your choice (2 tortillas per person)

For the sauce

  • 3 Tbsp Mayonnaise
  • 3 Tbsp Ketchup
  • 1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • Juice of 1 lime
  • Paprika, to taste
  • Chili powder, to taste (optional)

How to make it:

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  • Marinate the shrimps in the lime juice and mixed spices, then place them on the grill.
  • While they grill, make the sauce by mixing all of the ingredients together until well-combined.
  • When they’re done, place the shrimps on a tortilla bread and sprinkle the sauce on top.
  • Top everything with fresh red chili, coriander leaves and shallots.

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Wrap and enjoy!

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Welcome Spring: The Ultimate Checklist For The Perfect BBQ

Last Saturday was really fantastic. The weather was wonderful and we all headed outside the city to Batroun for a fun BBQ in the sun. We were a whole bunch of people (including Maya from Playing With Fashion and her husband) and everyone was happy and excited. The goal was to get there a bit late and to start eating around 3 pm to then enjoy the beautiful sunset. By 1 pm, everything was set: a ping pong table and darts game, drinks, and music.  All that was left was for people to get there so that the grilling could start.

A BBQ can be manageable and trouble-free. You just need to be really organized and keep things uncomplicated. To make things easier on you, here’s a checklist you can use if you’re looking to have some fun with friends around a grill.

Breadonbutter’s Ultimate BBQ Checklist

1- The Material

When you’re hosting a BBQ, no matter its size, you want to be able to have fun with your guests and not end up cleaning for hours afterwards. To do that, it’s all in the material you get. Since a BBQ is always outdoor and very casual and laid-back, you can easily go plastic: plastic plates, plastic cutlery, plastic cups. No one will judge and you’ll be way more relaxed as nothing will break and everything goes in a huge garbage bag at the end of the day. Of course, skewers are essential and a nice BBQ toolkit would be a great plus. Jean got this one at Christmas from his little brother (the most useful gift ever). For those who will be actually grilling the meat (thank you Gigi and Marwan 😉 ), make sure you have a handy enough grill or grills for that matter. If you’re planning a big party, make sure you have enough space to grill enough food for everyone and not keep them waiting.

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2- The Food

If you usually prepare food for friends and family, you should know by now that not everyone eats everything. Some don’t eat meat, some hate chicken and some can’t even get near the smell of seafood. You’ll even have those friends who’ve just turned vegetarian on you! So be prepared for everything and be ready to satisfy all of your guests. What we had on Saturday:

– Two kinds of marinated chicken wings and drumsticks (recipes soon)

Kafta (Kebabs) sandwiches

– Shrimps

– Calamari

– Mini burgers

– Eggplant and Zucchini skewers (just cut them in cubes and get them ready for grilling)

– Potato skewers

– Accompaniments: bread, ketchup, mustard, mayo, tabasco

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3- The Drinks

Aside from soft drinks, water and beer, I suggest you make two yummy punches your guests can start with as soon as they arrive. On Saturday, we made a nice Sangria (recipe here) the night before and a non-alcoholic punch for those who wanted something fresh but didn’t want alcohol (recipe soon). Jean also became really popular with his delicious Gin Basil drink (recipe soon as well!)

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4- The Music

A nice playlist with various types of music is an absolute must! Having no electricty plug is no excuse nowadays as a laptop or speaker is enough. Stay tuned for a BBQ playlist 🙂

You can use the checklist below if you’re hosting a BBQ soon!


BBQ checklist

So go out there, get in the sun, play some music and hang out with your dearest friends. That’s how life should be. 🙂

Are you a fan of BBQs?

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