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SHAKE 'N BAKE Coconut Shrimp

SHAKE 'N BAKE Coconut Shrimp recipe
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Absolutely tasty! I browned the coconut in a skillet and butterflied the shrimp. I also dipped in flour with seasoned salt before dipping in the egg. We fried them in the more
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on 4/24/2013
15 min
27 min
16 servings
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I always get 2 thumbs up on this recipe. Easy & very tasty.
You have to try this!! I made some changes though that I hope yall out! I dipped the shrimp in cornstarch first, I added panko bread crumbs with the shake n bake. I used oven fried extra crispy kraft mix. I added more coconut. I cut the curry in half. And instead of water, I used a pina coloada mix in the egg. It gave it the extra coconut flavor. Also made an awesome pina coloda sauce. 1/2 cup sour cream, 1/3 cup crushed pineapple, 1/3 cup pina coloada mix. Yum!!
Excellent! My husband said that this is his new favorite! Next time I will leave out the coconut though because it didn't add much, and we thought it was a waste of time. Shake and Bake is awesome!
Amazing! I made it with pina colada dip and my husband and I agreed that it was better than Red Lobster.
I loved this and made it with chicken. I used half Shake n Bake and half crushed corn flakes to balance out the flavor. (I didn't want the Shake n Bake to over power the coconut.
Made this for Valentine's Day. It was a hit with my family. Will certainly make it again.
Coating was awful. The coconut would not stick and the Shake and Bake was too strong of a flavor for the shrimp. If I do attempt to make coconut shrimp again I will probably dredge in flour first, then the egg, then just coconut and forget the Shake and Bake altogether.
I'm not a seafood person, but it's SO good for you that I'm trying to expand my tastes. This is helped a lot! It's tasty, it's easy, it's the kind of dish you'd get in a restaurant -- for a lot more money. Now I have an easy, impressive seafood offering I enjoy.
The shrimp tasted awesome! And it was so easy to make. Be sure to press the coconut flakes on the shrimp though. Goes great with orange curry dip recipe.
I love this recipe! I've made them several times. The only trick is that you have to press the mixture onto the shrimp so that the coconut will stay on. I always make these for parties-- they are a great crowd pleaser. I use medium sized shrimp instead of jumbo. They always turn out great!
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