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Can I smoke fish on a BBQ?

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You can smoke fish on a gas or charcoal grill by placing soaked wood chips in a foil pan, or a smoker box. Light an indirect fire grill and place the pan directly on the heat source. Place the salmon on the indirect side and keep the grill closed while the fish is cooking.

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    TASTE: Black Tiger Prawns are most popular for having a bold, sweet taste, while white shrimp have a more delicate flavor. TEXTURE: Black Tiger Prawns have firm meat that has been described as a "snappy, meaty texture." White Shrimp have a softer, but still firm texture.

  • What kind of shrimp does Trader Joe's sell?

    Frozen Argentinian Red Shrimp There are now two frozen Argentinian Red Shrimp options on the shelves of Trader Joe's: one plain and unseasoned and Trader Joe's Argentinian Red Shrimp with ginger garlic butter and togarashi style seasoning.

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