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    Recipe: Appetizing Baked Coconut Shrimp with Crunchy Thai Salad

    Baked Coconut Shrimp with Crunchy Thai Salad. These crunchy prawns / shrimp…so, I have to tell you, the first batch I made was just coated in coconut. These coconut shrimp come out perfectly crunchy. You'll wonder why you ever fried them at all!

    I serve with orange marmalade for dipping. This baked coconut shrimp recipe is a great appetizer or finger food served with Thai sweet chili sauce or a mango dip. Lay shrimp on their sides on your prepared baking sheet. You can have Baked Coconut Shrimp with Crunchy Thai Salad using 22 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

    Ingredients of Baked Coconut Shrimp with Crunchy Thai Salad

    1. It's of jumbo shrimp.
    2. It's of olive oil spray.
    3. Prepare of Coconut Crust.
    4. It's of flower.
    5. You need of panko.
    6. It's of unsweetened shredded coconut.
    7. Prepare of egg whites.
    8. It's of curry powder.
    9. You need of cracked pepper.
    10. Prepare of Crunchy Thai Salad.
    11. It's of shredded cabbage.
    12. Prepare of edamame.
    13. You need of shredded carrots.
    14. It's of red bell pepper.
    15. You need of fresh cilantro leaves.
    16. Prepare of unsalted dry roasted peanuts.
    17. Prepare of The Amazing Spicy Peanut Sauce - see earlier recipe.
    18. It's of Shrimp Dip.
    19. It's of greek yogurt.
    20. Prepare of lemon juice.
    21. It's of chili pepper paste.
    22. You need of diced cilantro.

    Depending on the size and number of shrimp you're making, you may need to use one more egg. We're working our way through British chef and baking empress Lorraine Pascale's new book, A Lighter Way To Bake. Coconut shrimp salad is the perfect appetizer for waiting guests. It may seem a bit odd to bake something as small as the humble curled-up shrimp.

    Baked Coconut Shrimp with Crunchy Thai Salad instructions

    1. preheat oven to 450.
    2. mix flower, panko, and coconut in a small mixing bowl.
    3. mix egg whites, curry, and pepper in a separate small mixing bowl.
    4. spray a small baking dish with olive oil spray.
    5. dip shrimp into egg mix, then dip into coconut mix, make sure each piece is well covered, and lay in baking dish.
    6. place shrimp in oven, bake at 450 for about 10 minutes or until golden (you may want to flip them half way through).
    7. for the salad, add shredded cabbage to a clean salad bowl.
    8. slice bell pepper into thin strips, toss into bowl.
    9. crush/chop up peanuts, add to bowl.
    10. add all other salad ingredients to bowl, including peanut sauce, toss & set aside to marinade.
    11. in another separate clean small bowl, mix all ingredients for the shrimp dip and blend well.
    12. When shrimp is done baking, add 6 shrimp to plate, add 1/2 of the salad to plate, add 2 tablespoons of shrimp dip to plate, then devour!.

    These Easy Baked Coconut Shrimp are crisp, golden and delicious served a sweet and spicy apricot dipping sauce. This baked coconut shrimp is healthier than fried, and super easy to make. The shrimp is crisp and crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside thanks to the mixture of panko. Coconut shrimp makes a fabulous finger food for a party, but can be prepared as a quick dinner I did Butterfly the shrimp and fried them in coconut oil as well. They were crunchy, golden brown I served the shrimp with some Thai sweet chili dipping sauce and fresh korean potato salad on the..

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