These Tequila Lime Shrimp Tacos are a tasty, refreshing grilled recipe that’s perfect for a lunch or dinner. Can be easily made GF by ditching the tortilla and serving over rice to make taco bowls!
Good morning! It’s that time again…time to reveal your recipe for the Spiked! Recipe Challenge! Before I get to my recipe, Carrie and I would like to thank you for participating in this challenge! We are excited to see what awesome and delicious tequila recipes you have come up with for our third ever Spiked! Recipe Challenge!
Now, on to my recipe (and then, of course, YOUR recipes!)
I decided to make a tequila lime marinade. I was going to marinate chicken but being the seafood lover that I am, I ended up using shrimp instead. Shrimp was a fantastic choice. And I’m not just saying that because I’m a seafood lover. The shrimp soaked up the marinade much better than chicken would have. And it came out so tender and perfect.
We grilled the shrimp (I say we but Ken actually did the grilling) and then tucked them in soft taco shells with shredded cheese and topped them with Sweet & Spicy Pineapple Slaw. We served these delicious tacos with tortilla chips, salsa and guacamole.
So I guess you want to see the recipe, right? Ok, ok, but first, let me tell you another little story. I’ll keep it short and sweet.
I started shooting in manual mode. Shooting with my DSLR camera, that is. I actually shot these photos in manual mode. But I did a shoot in creative auto as well. I have a comparison to show you.
The image on the left was shot with creative auto with a 50mm lens. The image on the right was shot in manual mode (f/2.5, shutter speed 1/50, ISO 100, 50mm lens.) What do you think? Can you tell a difference? I sure can. Manual mode is much crisper, brighter and cleaner!
Ok, now here’s the recipe.
Tequila Lime Shrimp Tacos
Now it’s time to share your recipes! Again, Carrie and I cannot wait to see what you made! Be sure to review all of the rules on Carrie’s Spiked! Recipe Challenge Page and make sure you have included the Spiked! button entry in your post. You can pick up the button over on my side bar.
The linky is only open for 2 days! Once the linky closes, no more recipe submissions will be accepted. Please check back on May 22nd here and at Frugal Foodie Mama for the announcement of the Spiked! Tequila Recipe Challenge winner.
Be sure to hop around and check out everyone else’s Tequile Spiked! recipes. I mean, you have to take a peek at the competition, right?!