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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 s...read more
posted by
sgalin40
on 4/24/2013
time
prep:
15 min
total:
27 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
10/9/2007
Made this for our wedding anniversary dinner and it was wonderful! I used eggbeaters w/ no water to dip the shrimp in. Suggestion - do not put all the crumb mixture in dipping dish at once. I used half at a time, this prevents to much moisture, which makes it not what to stick to the shrimp.
posted:
9/26/2007
The coconut did not stick very well if any body has an idea on how to get it to stick better please let me know but overall had good flavor
posted:
8/17/2007
i made it with the shrimp and it was really good, but is even better with tilipia! yum
posted:
8/4/2007
I find this coconut shimp made with shake-bake is very good, my friends and family loved it! kATIE
posted:
7/5/2007
This recipe was ok, but it was missing something, haven't quite figured out what that something is...we probably won't make it again, we'll try to find a better recipe. It wasn't bad, but not great either.
posted:
6/30/2007
i could not get the mixture to stick very well but it was was ok in taste
posted:
4/16/2007
THE BEST! And its not fried. Serve with sweet and sour sauce, pina colada sauce, or by itself. I served it at a dinner party and it was a hit!
posted:
3/28/2007
This was pretty good but I found that after a few shrimp, the mix was starting to clump and after while would not stick to the shrimp.
posted:
2/21/2007
WOW that was all my husband could say when I made it. I made several changes off of what other people suggested. I did not use shake 'n bake I just used bread crumbs with Italian seasoning added. I also did not sure the cayenne. I dipped the shrimp in the egg and then in the mixture then in pina colada mix and in the mixture again. This tastes just like what you get at a restaurant. This is now in our top 5 things to make.
posted:
2/18/2007
I would recommend to omit half of the curry powder and also add more coconut flakes to the shake and bake. I served the shrimp with the orange maralade sauce and we loved it
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