Texas Roadhouse 

Grilled Shrimp


Ingredient Amount

Step 1 – Prepare Shrimp

Skewer Shrimp As needed

Season Shrimp As needed

Step 2 – Cook Shrimp

Butter (melted) oz

Compound Butter (melted) oz

Step 3 – Serve Shrimp

Compound Butter (melted) 1 oz

Lemon Wedge 1 ea

Try these options or create your own:


1. Old Bay

2. Salt, Pepper, Garlic, Onion Powder

Compound Butter:

1. Lemon Pepper Butter (fresh lemon juice, black pepper and whipped butter

2. Garlic Butter (chopped garlic, onion powder and whipped butter

Always wash your hands and sanitize your work area and equipment before starting any recipe.

Step 1 – Prepare Shrimp

If using frozen shrimp, thaw them first.

Using desired size shrimp, place them on a flat surface with tails facing the same direction

Run skewer through each shrimp ensuring they are as flat as possible and slightly separated (This will ensure even cooking)

Once all shrimp are skewered, season the shrimp evenly using a shaker (This will ensure even seasoning and flavor)

Step 2 – Cook Shrimp

Place of melted butter per skewer on griddle or non-stick pan

Place skewered shrimp on griddle (repeat for each skewer)

Cook for approximately 2 minutes

Using tongs turn all skewers over

Once turned ladle oz compound butter over each skewer

Cook for approximately another 2 minutes or until shrimp are done (shrimp should be firm and slightly white in color: not translucent)

Step 3 – Serve Shrimp

Place skewered cooked shrimp on a serving platter or individual plate(s).

Serve with a lemon wedge and ramekin of melted compound butter (for dipping)

Chicken Wings


Step 1

Chicken Wings (wings and/or Drummies) As needed

Step 2

Wing Sauce 2 oz per portion

Celery Sticks 3 to 5 pieces

Dipping Sauce (Bleu Cheese or Ranch) 2 oz

Step 1

Remove wings and/or drummies from packaging, placing them in the colander.

Rinse them in a sink and allow to air dry 5 to 10 minutes.

Step 2

Preheat Fry Daddy or persona fryer to 350 degrees F

Place wings into fry basket and fry until wings done.

* Floating wings is a good sign they are close. Wings are fully cooked once they reach 170 degrees F. You test this by inserting a cooking thermometer into the thickest part of a drumstick. Once done remove the fry basket and suspend over the fryer for several minutes to allow excess grease to drain. Using clean tongs place cooked wings in a large mixing bowl.

Step 3

Add your favorite wing sauce to the bowl.

Using tongs mix the wings and sauce until coated.

Serve hot with your favorite dipping sauce and celery sticks.

: Colander, tongs, Fryer, tongs, latex gloves, large mixing bowl, cooking thermometerIngredient Amount

Skewers (metal or wood), griddle or non-stick pan, tongs, ladle, seasoning shaker, gloves