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These were very easy to prepare and very yummy! I served the skewers over basmati rice. Howvever, I did feel that marinating overnight might have been a bit too long. An hour or two would probably be enough. The papaya boats were so cute though, and I loved the mix of fruit and veggies in this! Thanks to the Sassy Saucepan Clan!

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poo235 June 27, 2007

I made up this delicious recipe yesterday, making up half the skewers with boneless, skinless chicken breasts for the kids, and all-shrimp skewers for me and DH (marinated separately). They were both delicious, but I will say that the original of seafood skewers (sorry, no scallops here) was definitely better, especially with the spritely salsa salad - the shrimp-fruit/fennel were better suited, but the chicken was great, too. Thanks for a delicious dinner that helped us beat the heat.

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evelyn/athens June 27, 2007

I loved the skewers and DBF loved everything about this dish. I didn't eat the fruit salad, but the MMMMMs coming from DBF let me know that it was really good. I served this with some plain brown rice and corn on the cob for a flavorful summer dinner. Thanks ladies for creating a jerk dish I can get behind!

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ksduffster June 26, 2007

Reviewed for ZWT III. Well what can I say? These seafood skewers are certainly SASSY. Fantastic flavours all complimenting each other, SUPERB! I had to use a melon boat but added a little papaya to the salsa salad. I also had to use celery and a little ground fennel seeds in lieu of the real stuff but even with these adjustments the skewers were absolutely delicious. Well done Sassy Saucepan Clan for coming up with this one :)

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Um Safia June 17, 2007
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