Grilled Shrimp Spring Rolls

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Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers Flattop Adjustable Charcoal Grill for Grilled Shrimp Spring Rolls. Fresh, light and bright with tons of flavor!

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33 replies
  1. Stephen H.
    Stephen H. says:

    Skewers just aren’t worth the bother of soaking and spending money on. Use a grill basket still get the color and flavor and less hassle. Also you can add things in layers so they cook evenly. I have a large one which veggies can go in a thin layer and start then shrimp can be added later since it cooks faster.

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  2. Erik Lenocker
    Erik Lenocker says:

    Those are huge! They look great! I'm excited, I finally have a trip to Wichita next week. Part work and part to watch my son play baseball up in Great Bend. Hoping to get by the store next Wednesday afternoon!

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  3. Paul Cortez
    Paul Cortez says:

    Hey Chef, to make it easier on yourself, don't soak the rice paper. Just get it wet and then start loading up the rolls. While you are loading up the roll the paper will become pliable. Over soaking is a bad thing.

    Great Videos!

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  4. 6spdkeg
    6spdkeg says:

    Good idea but I'd have to chop up the shrimp some because having a clean bit thru a spring roll is important to me. otherwise it's just a poorly made fajita of sorts.

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  5. Web Crawler
    Web Crawler says:

    Next time don’t soak the wrappers so long just a second or two. Then put your shrimp down first. That way when you wrap it, the shrimp will show through and provide better presentation.

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  6. Jeremy Mitchell
    Jeremy Mitchell says:

    Tom, been following you for a while now and for a BBQ guy, your technique and attention to detail are nearly superior to the majority of cooking methods seen on youtube.
    thanks for all the awesome content and keep up the good work!!
    P.S. how bout some more pulled pork! 🙂

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  7. Izzy Long
    Izzy Long says:

    My favorite thing to do with anything wrapped in those type of rappers is after things are wrapped let it sit for 10 minutes and then drop them in the fryer for about a minute just enough to crisp it up it completely changes everything. It’s no longer chewy and still holds together perfectly.

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