Top Rated Coconut Shrimp Recipes

Another delicious favorite of our clients who ask for these year-round! Yeah, they’re that awesome… Serve them with our apricot Sriracha dipping sauce. Click here to see 7 Frozen Shrimp Recipes
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Ham-Wrapped Coconut Shrimp Bites
Delicious food doesn’t have to break the bank. With just a quick stroll down the frozen food aisle, aspiring holiday entertainers can elevate a seasonal get-together from functional to fabulous. Dressing up affordable frozen appetizers is easier than ever, and some solutions have never been timelier — original ideas abound these days from culinary creatives like Diane Henderiks (who concocted the accompanying recipe).Check out how Diane gives one favorite holiday appetizer, shrimp, a glamorous, Asian-inspired makeover. Crispy SeaPak Coconut Shrimp are matched with the sweetness of pineapple, a touch of sriracha heat, and creamy peanut butter, all wrapped up in a savory slice of ham and broiled to perfection, then finished with an orange marmalade sauce.
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This recipe makes a great appetizer to pick on. The coconut flavor pairs deliciously with the mango puree. This recipe is a definite crowd pleaser! 
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Coconut Coconut Shrimp
Crispy, sweet, coconut shrimp is the undisputed star of restaurant appetizers. All it takes is one bite to know that anything that tastes this good can't be healthy! Thus, creating a healthier version was no easy feat. In fact, I almost gave up when my first attempts weren't on par with the real (fried) thing. Then I had a revelation. I swapped out the customary egg white that most folks use to make the crumbs adhere to the shrimp for something stickier, creamier, and far more flavorful. Voilà! Coconut Coconut Shrimp — crispy and sweet as the "real" thing (served with a spicy Asian dipping sauce). Click here to see Hearty Après Ski Snacks to Make at Home.
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Indonesian Fried Rice
This is one of the most popular items at Spice Market. Fried rice is commonly eaten for breakfast in Indonesia, where it is called "nasi goreng," and in some locales it is still served wrapped in a banana leaf. For a truly authentic experience, look for some kecap manis (sweet, thick soy sauce), a popular condiment for many Indonesian dishes, in the international foods aisle or an Asian specialty grocery store.
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Tommy ’s Famous Coconut Shrimp
Although it says “Hawaiian vacation” as definitively as surfboards and ukuleles, coconut shrimp is probably another invention from one of the originators of the Tiki craze, Donn Beach or “Trader” Vic Bergeron. Here is our version, served from Tokyo to Florida. Depending on the occasion, you can serve the shrimp plated with Asian slaw as a first course, or heaped on a platter with the sauce as a dip. Recipe courtesy of Flavors of Aloha: Cooking with Tommy Bahama.
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