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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:
8/6/2010
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!!
posted:
9/14/2009
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!
posted:
7/14/2009
Amazing! I made it with pina colada dip and my husband and I agreed that it was better than Red Lobster.
posted:
3/22/2009
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.
posted:
2/24/2009
Made this for Valentine's Day. It was a hit with my family. Will certainly make it again.
posted:
2/23/2009
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.
posted:
2/17/2009
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.
posted:
2/15/2009
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.
posted:
2/7/2009
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!
posted:
1/20/2009
I really like this recipe. I've made it a couple of times, but I also had a hard time getting the mixture to stick.
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