Yield: Yields 15 tacos
Soy sauce, pineapple juice, and lime juice may sound like an unusual combination, but it’s actually a very common Tex-Mex fajita marinade. These tacos are excellent dressed with sliced avocado and tangy tomatillo salsa.
Make Ahead Tips
You can prep and skewer the shrimp and mix the sauce up to a day ahead; refrigerate both in airtight containers.
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I made this for a cottage lunch and it was excellent. Next time I would not season the shrimp with salt as even with reduced sodium soy sauce in the marinade I felt the end result was too salty. Definitely a keeper!
Terrific flavors and super easy to make.
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