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Pina Colada Shrimp and Rice

Pina Colada Shrimp and Rice recipe
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LOVED IT! I saw where others said the rice was dry, so I added a little more coconut milk and pineapple juice. I've already shared this recipe with 2 people. Can't wait to ...read more
posted by
melmel727
on 7/30/2009
time
prep:
10 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
1/26/2006
This is a recipe for people with a sweet tooth - I love coconut shrimp and pineapple, so I loved this recipe!! I cooked it for my parents and husband, and everyone really liked it, but my dad did think it was a bit too sweet for him. I used 20 oz. can of crushed pineapple instead of chunks, and had plenty of juice in the can to make one cup. Next time I will add more coconut milk. The toasted coconut on top was a nice finishing touch, it gave it a great crunch and flavor.
posted:
1/9/2006
I think that the only part of this recipie my family liked was the shrimp. It is not terrible, but the coconut milk is a little overwelming. If you have problems with dairy products, this recipie is not for you.
posted:
10/7/2005
We were a bit worried aobut it being too sweet because of the reviews but it really was not that bad! It needs soy sause and those rice noodles they are good!
posted:
9/30/2005
For those who think this is too sweet, here's a suggestion. Don't use the pineapple chunks. Substitute some vegetable or just do without. My husband absolutely refuses to eat fruit with his dinners, unless it's on the side like apple sauce. So I added the pineapple juice, but not the pinapples. I also used the coconut milk and coconut. It was not too sweet at all. It had a nice shrimp taste, and it is NOT a savory dish, so if you like only savory foods, don't make this. But it was not too bad. And I agree that cooking the shrimp with the green onions might boost the flavor a bit.
posted:
9/28/2005
This was way to sweet. I would make again but use 1/4 cup coconut milk and add water to make up the extra.
posted:
8/28/2005
I thought it had a perfect blend of pineapple and coconut. It was delicious!
posted:
7/12/2005
excellent meal. the toasted coconut adds just the right finish. i recommend this for anyone with a sweet tooth!
posted:
7/10/2005
I would have expected more coconut flavor. The recipe calls for too much pinapple. It over powers the coconut in the dish instead of blending with it to make a pina colada flavor.
posted:
7/6/2005
This recipe was easy and delcious. Clean up was a cinch. I added extra coconut flake for extra sweetness and crunch!! I am definitly adding this to my favorite recipes.
posted:
6/2/2005
I saw this recipe in your magazine and the young person that created it. It is very creative and adds variation to ordinary rice - this was very good I added some cut up pea pods and some fresh snap peas - the onion can be added in while cooking and as a garnish - it gives it more color - this recipe is a keeper
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