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    Quote Originally Posted by Arun L. View Post
    I have a small juicer so I can make the orange and lime juice from there.

    Would this be good for chicken breasts? I am also trying to incorporate more shrimp, so I can also try that. What do you think? Which one should I do?

    How many chicken breasts or large shrimp pieces will the marinade be good for? So I know if I want to double the recipe to make more marinade.

    How long should I marinade for? 24 hours?

    I'm thinking if I go with shrimp, I'll use the gas grill. If I go with chicken, I'll use the lower rack on the WSM (since that's my charcoal grill).

    Arun, I am not a big fan of chicken breast, I would use thighs and of course shrimp (big fan of shrimp lol) and 4 hours of marinating should be enough. I'm sorry, I don't know how many of each the recipe will marinate. DH probably cut the recipe in half just for the 2 of us.

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    Thanks. I'll try it with shrimp.

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    How should I grill the shrimp?

    I bought the Chicken Of The Sea shrimp, that said there's between 26-30 pieces per pound.

    Looking at it now, do you think it will fall through the grates on a gas grill?

    These are what the grates look like:

    https://i.imgur.com/EKjL5AP.jpg

    If so, should I then use a wooden plank?

    Or should I just cook it through different means?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arun L. View Post
    How should I grill the shrimp?

    I bought the Chicken Of The Sea shrimp, that said there's between 26-30 pieces per pound.

    Looking at it now, do you think it will fall through the grates on a gas grill?

    These are what the grates look like:

    https://i.imgur.com/EKjL5AP.jpg

    If so, should I then use a wooden plank?

    Or should I just cook it through different means?
    Anyone out there that can answer these questions for Arun?

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    Could put them on skewers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JGarvey View Post
    Could put them on skewers?
    Great idea.

    I have 2 skewers, never used them before. I wonder how I got them.

    That's probably not enough for 25 or 26 pieces, so I'll get 5 or 6 more tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JGarvey View Post
    Could put them on skewers?
    Unless the shrimp are very large, I always put them on a skewer. Sometimes using two skewers will make them easier to flip.

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    Somewhere along the line DW purchased metal skewers that are flat instead of round. Makes them easy to flip.
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