Saturday, February 22, 2014

Shrimp Salad with Salsa Sauce

Yes, I know I'm a shrimp lover. Most of my shared recipes here are shrimp dishes. Anyway just came back from an exotic island holiday and guess what I have been eating? Shrimps!!!

Today, will share my Shrimp Salad with Salsa Sauce recipe. Well the truth is, the other night, my husband and I had Mexican take out. Since I really liked the salsa sauce so I experimented, made my own salsa sauce and used it as a dressing on my Shrimp Salad. Why not?!? And believe me, it tastes really good. Hope you enjoy! ;)

Shrimp Salad with Salsa Sauce

12- 15 pieces Tiger Prawns
2 Tbsp Salt
2 Tbsp Pepper
1 Tbsp McCormick Perfect Pinch Garlic and Herb (optional)
2 Cups All Purpose Flour (or other coating flour) 
Cooking Oil
Lettuce Leaves
1/2 Cup Olives chopped
1 cup Salsa Sauce
3 Tbsp Sour Cream
2 Tbsp Crushed Avocado

1) Wash and clean the Prawns. Remove the Prawn's head and skin but keep the tail.
    Slice at the back of the prawn, remove intestine.
    Mix McCormick perfect pinch garlic and herb, salt and pepper together with the prawn.     Set aside for 15 minutes.

2) In a large bowl, pour flour.
    Roll prawn one by one in the flour mixture until they are covered.
    Place them on a clean plate.
3) A pan with oil, turn heat to medium-high, until the oil begins to bubble.

4) Place the prawn on the pan, make sure they have enough spaces from each other.
    Fry until golden brown.

5) When done frying, remove from the oil and place on a paper towel to drain.
6) Prepare salad, chop the lettuce leaves and olives and place salad in a bowl. 
    Put the fried shrimps on top of the salad then pour Salsa sauce, add sour cream
    And crushed avocado on top. Makes about 2 servings.

Homemade Salsa Sauce Ingredients:
3 Tomatoes chopped
2 Tbsp Onion
2 Cloves Garlic minced
1 Jalapeno chopped
2 Tbsp Lime Juice

1) Combine onions and garlic with chopped tomatoes, peppers, lime juice, 
    Salt, and pepper. Refrigerate for 2 to 4 hours to blend flavors. 
    Makes about 2 cups of salsa.

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