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This smoked shrimp & sausage appetizer will only take you 30 minutes to cook, but will have people talking about your delicious creations for days…

This cook is ideal for feeding large groups, or teasing your guests while the main course is still on the smoker…

Smoked Shrimp And Sausage Finger Foods

As mentioned above, this treat takes about 30 minutes to smoke. This means that you can cook it alongside any other “larger” cooking project, and time it so that it comes off the pit on the right moment to be a great appetizer.

For this recipe you will need:

  • Shrimp (peeled & tails removed)
  • Sausage (turkey, beef, pork, etc. all work)
  • Olive oil
  • BBQ seasoning

First, assemble the appetizers for the smoker. Place the shrimp in a bowl, and add some olive oil and BBQ seasoning. Mix it up until the shrimp has been covered.

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Cut the sausage into thick slices. Take each slice and wrap a piece of shrimp around it, securing it in place with a toothpick. Sprinkle some more seasoning over the shrimp wrapped sausage slices.

If you have a Bradley rack, place them all on it to make transportation easier. Otherwise place them over indirect heat on your smoker. Smoke at 250°F for about 30 minutes, until the shrimp is no longer translucent.

When done, plate and serve immediately.



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