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Mesquite Grilled Shrimp


      1 pound unpeeled jumbo shrimp
      lemon pepper
      3 cups cooked wild rice
      lemon, cut in slices for garnish
      orange, cut in slices for garnish
      fresh parsley
      1/2 cup honey mustard
      1/4 cup orange juice
      1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce


    Leave shell on shrimp and cut lengthwise to tail through the shell between the legs.  Clean out vein. Spread shell side on grill. Cook over low to medium coals on charcoal or  mesquite grill until meat is white, about 3-5 minutes (7-9 minutes for larger shrimp).  Sprinkle with a little lemon-pepper seasoning. Baste with orange-honey sauce while  grilling, or serve sauce in cups and let everyone dip their own. Serve shrimp on platter  around a mound of wild rice. Garnish with lemon and orange slices and parsley.

    For orange-honey sauce: Blend mustard, orange juice and Worcestershire sauce well.  Makes sauce for one pound of shrimp.

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