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Prosciutto Wrapped Shrimp stuffed with Goat Cheese and Jalapeño


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I’ve never made these before but I had something similar at a restaurant called Yanni’s in Poway California.  I decided to try and replicate it here along with some Bacon Wrapped ones as well. First I check to see if any of my peppers were ready to be used for this.

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Only one was big enough. (Just barely)

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I assembled my ingredients.

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Butterflied the shrimp.

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Squeezed in some Goat Cheese and then some of my home grown Jalapeño and wrapped them in Prosciutto.

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All wrapped up.

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And on the grill.

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Now plated up with a nice Stone Brewing Cali Belgique IPA.

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Oh yeah! Just like I remember them. :)

 

Thanks for looking.

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