Artichoke Avocado Shrimp Salad

"The shrimp, artichoke bottoms and avocados just combine to make such a wonderful summer salad .... wow."
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  • Mix the lemon, olive oil, vinegar. Add the vegetables and shrimp. Serve with pita, sour dough, or french bread.

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  1. evewitch
    This recipe really reminded me of how easy frozen cooked peeled shrimp can be to use! I think everyone enjoyed this (I was not home while the others ate, so not sure.) I sort of doubled the recipe. I used 2 12-oz packages of shrimp and I used a partially empty small jar of grilled artichokes instead of the second can. Otherwise, everything was doubled. I also used dried basil (2 tsp.) instead of fresh. Since the dried basil turned out fine, I would probably use it again to save money. I thought I might find this bland since there were so few seasonings, but it was delightful. It was a bit more "fresh and light" tasting than the food I usually prepare, but that is probably a good thing. I didn't add the lettuce until just before serving and I am not sure if everyone used it. It would probably be good with or without it. (I liked it in mine.)
  2. DSimone
    Loved this recipe!! I made ahead of time and the flavors really came together. Wonderful change to the traditional summer salads!
  3. bsthom2
    Absolutely wonderful! I used two avocados. Can't wait to try it on company.
  4. gobruijns
    I think what's best about this dish is its beauty. Love the mix of colors and delicious to boot!
  5. MariaLuisa
    This was great. So very good. We're going to be eating this stuff all summer long.


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