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Bacon Wrapped Smoked Shrimp

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The Country Bob Boys are gearing up for the big game. So we figured we would cook a couple appetizers for our guys here at the plant.

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Prep Time15 minsCook Time35 minsTotal Time50 mins
Bacon Wrapped Smoked Shrimp
 2 lbs extra large shrimp (22-26 count)
 2 lbs bacon (cut into thirds or halves)
 Brown Sugar to taste
 Toothpicks or skewers
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The Country Bob Boys are gearing up for the big game. So we figured we would cook a couple appetizers for our guys here at the plant. These Bacon Wrapped Smoked Shrimp are sure to be a hit at your SuperBowl party.

Bacon Wrapped Smoked Shimp
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I highly recommend pre-cooking the bacon. The shrimp cook so quickly that the bacon doesn’t have time to get crispy in the smoker. Cook bacon for about 5 minutes in the oven @ 375 F. Then cut in half or thirds.

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Take a slice of pre-cooked bacon and wrap shrimp. Secure with a toothpick or skewer, that’s all there is to it. Don't forget to dust them with brown sugar and Country Bob's Seasoning Salt.

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Fire up pellet grill or smoker and get it up to 225F using your favorite type of wood/pellets. Today we used 100% pure apple wood pellets from Smokin Brothers. Or you can set up your grill (gas or charcoal) to cook indirect.

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Once the smoker is maintaining a steady temperature, it is ready for the shrimp.

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At the 30-minute mark check for doneness and at this time brush on your Country Bob's BBQ Sauce.

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Most shrimp will turn pinkish when they are done and this is a good indicator but you do not want to overcook shrimp or they will get rubbery. Shrimp should be near perfect in 35 minutes @ 225 degrees F.

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Ingredients

Bacon Wrapped Smoked Shrimp
 2 lbs extra large shrimp (22-26 count)
 2 lbs bacon (cut into thirds or halves)
 Brown Sugar to taste
 Toothpicks or skewers

Directions

1

The Country Bob Boys are gearing up for the big game. So we figured we would cook a couple appetizers for our guys here at the plant. These Bacon Wrapped Smoked Shrimp are sure to be a hit at your SuperBowl party.

Bacon Wrapped Smoked Shimp
2

I highly recommend pre-cooking the bacon. The shrimp cook so quickly that the bacon doesn’t have time to get crispy in the smoker. Cook bacon for about 5 minutes in the oven @ 375 F. Then cut in half or thirds.

3

Take a slice of pre-cooked bacon and wrap shrimp. Secure with a toothpick or skewer, that’s all there is to it. Don't forget to dust them with brown sugar and Country Bob's Seasoning Salt.

4

Fire up pellet grill or smoker and get it up to 225F using your favorite type of wood/pellets. Today we used 100% pure apple wood pellets from Smokin Brothers. Or you can set up your grill (gas or charcoal) to cook indirect.

5

Once the smoker is maintaining a steady temperature, it is ready for the shrimp.

6

At the 30-minute mark check for doneness and at this time brush on your Country Bob's BBQ Sauce.

7

Most shrimp will turn pinkish when they are done and this is a good indicator but you do not want to overcook shrimp or they will get rubbery. Shrimp should be near perfect in 35 minutes @ 225 degrees F.

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Bacon Wrapped Smoked Shrimp

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