Ree Drummond’s Coconut Shrimp Recipe is a Quick Appetizer

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Ree Drummond whips up everyone’s favorite Coconut Shrimp with a delicious dip that’s sure to be a hit. The pioneer woman The star’s appetizer recipe is a snap because the shrimp cook so quickly.

Ree Drummond, star of “The Pioneer Woman”, in “Today” in 2021 | Nathan Congleton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

Ree Drummond cooks a recipe for coconut prawns with mango sauce

Drummond showed how to make the Easy Coconut Shrimp Recipe on an episode of The pioneer woman dedicated to quick seafood recipes.

“I’m preparing to make you very hungry,” she teased. “These prawns are going to be the most delicious appetizer. And, best of all, they’re super fast. How perfect is it? »

Drummond first made the easy dip for the Coconut Fried Shrimp. “So what I do is coconut shrimp. It’s crispy fried shrimp with a delicious coating,” the Food Network star said. “And to go with it, a mango sauce.”

She added diced fresh mango, barbecue sauce, honey, lime juice and salt to a blender, then blended the ingredients until smooth.

“It’s such a pretty color,” Drummond said. “And that’s as complicated as this mango dip is going to get.” She poured it into a small serving bowl. “This is one of those things that you can make well in advance and just store it in the fridge. Just cover the bowl and you’ll be ready. Such a nice thick sauce.

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Drummond shares his simple breading assembly line

The pioneer woman star explained the three components of his baking system. She combined cornstarch, flour, salt and pepper in a bowl. “It’s such a common assembly line that I use,” she explained. “You have a dry ingredient, a wet one, and then some sort of crumb.”

In a second bowl, Drummond beat the eggs and water to make an egg bath. In a third bowl, she combined panko breadcrumbs and sweetened coconut flakes.

“If you’ve never had coconut shrimp, oh boy, you’ve missed a treat,” Drummond said. “You have to try them once in a while. They are so easy to make. You can just make them for a weeknight, serve a salad with them – everyone devours them.

Drummond added, “There’s not a single coconut shrimp left.”

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‘The Pioneer Woman’ star double-fries shrimp

Drummond dipped each jumbo shrimp in cornstarch and flour, shook off the excess, then dipped in egg wash and coated in the coconut and breadcrumb mixture.

Once breaded, she fry them in two batches for two minutes on each side in a skillet filled with half an inch of hot oil. After frying, Drummond placed the shrimp on a plate lined with kitchen paper.

She arranged the appetizer on a serving platter with the dip, lime wedges scattered on the platter, and squeezed the lime juice over the shrimp. “I can’t believe I made these delicious shrimp in such a short time,” she marvels.

The full recipe is available on the Food Network website.

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