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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 more
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on 7/30/2009
10 min
20 min
4 servings
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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.
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.
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!
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.
This was way to sweet. I would make again but use 1/4 cup coconut milk and add water to make up the extra.
I thought it had a perfect blend of pineapple and coconut. It was delicious!
excellent meal. the toasted coconut adds just the right finish. i recommend this for anyone with a sweet tooth!
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.
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.
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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