-Place 1 cup corn starch in a bowl; set aside.
-Combine bread crumbs, 1/2 cup corn starch, and coconut
flakes in a separate bowl; set aside.
-Combine 1 cup pina colada drink mix, powdered sugar,
and rum in a separate bowl; set aside.
-Coat shrimp in corn starch, then dip in pina colada
mixture, then in coconut mixture, back into pina colada
mixture, and back into coconut mixture.
-Carefully drop each coated shrimp into 375 degree oil,
fry until golden brown; drain on brown paper bags.
-To make sauce, combine 1/2 cup piña colada drink mix,
sour cream, and pineapple.
-Dip fried shrimp in sauce.
Make It A Meal:
Scallion Mashed Potatoes like Applebee's® and
like Red Lobster's®.
tried the Coconut Shrimp at Red Lobster and now
have made it from your recipe. I must say, I
could not tell the difference. Keep up the good
recipe is wonderful. I made it the other night
and felt like I was eating at Red Lobster. The
only difference was that at Red Lobster, there
isnt any clean up. There were a lot of prep
dishes but the result was well worth it. Have
made several of your copy cat recipes and each
one was great and like the original.
to the restaurant version, I was pleased with the
you are my hero! I made this for my daughter and
son-in-law and they were bowled over. The recipe
is easy and the results are wonderful. THANK YOU.
Robbie, I made these for
my co-workers for a surprise baby shower and all I can say is that
everyone just loved them and devoured the entire lot! The sauce was
perfect and the shrimp really came out very tasty and crisp...just
the way Red Lobster has them! Excellent recipe!! Keep up the good
work...your website is super!
I made these shrimp for
dinner and they were fabulous! My husband loved them! They were so
easy to prepare and worth the time. We thought they were equally as
good cold! I am thinking about taking them to my next school
luncheon. Thanks for the great recipe!
I tried the coconut
shrimp recipe last night for dinner. It was very nice. However, the
next time I make it I will only use about 1 1/2 cups of bread crumbs
or less. I think it would have been nicer with less breading. I also
added a few drops of rum to the sauce.
it was the best!
Amazing, lol although i
made a mess from the coconut mix and the coconut shavings mix. nice
I work in the kitchen at
red lobster. I have not made thes at home but the one thing you are
missing in the batter is Parrot Bay Rum. It is used in a pre wash
with ice water coconut batter and the Parrot Bay Rum. This make all
the difference in the world.
I made this for my wife
on our anniversary and she just loved it! Afterwards she threw me
down on the living room floor and I saw stars. We had an anniversary
to remember. Thanks.
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