Now that you’ve compiled all your ingredients, you are ready to begin cooking authentic Cajun-style BBQ shrimp. First, melt a stick of butter into a skillet and sauté parsley, seasoning, rosemary, celery, onions, and garlic for about three minutes. Melt the rest of the butter into the skillet and add the six ounces of beer. You’ll also want to throw in the Worcestershire sauce and lemon juice at this step.
Transfer the butter into baking dishes, as many as you need to make sure that the shrimp is submerged in liquid. Put the dish or dishes into the oven and cook at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until the shrimp turns pink. You’re ready to serve your dish. It is recommended to serve French bread alongside the BBQ shrimp.
About the author: Dr. Joseph Frey is a Cajun food enthusiast and amateur chef. He enjoys cooking new dishes, with a fondness for red beans and rice, crawfish étouffée, redfish courtbouillon, and, of course, BBQ shrimp.