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Can I grill already cooked shrimp?

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Yes, you can grill cooked shrimp. ... Grilling precooked shrimp can create that unique savory flavor that no other way of cooking can do. However, do not cook it for too long otherwise, your shrimp will get that hard and dry texture, which is a significant letdown. Also, before grilling, clean the grill before cooking.

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