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Drunken Pirate Shrimp With Tropical Salsa

Drunken Pirate Shrimp With Tropical Salsa created by Korkin

This recipe actually won Contessa's "Cook Like a Pirate" recipe contest, so I was pretty excited about it! It's a very nice light meal and the pirate theme is fun for the whole family.

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25mins
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directions

  • In a saute pan, add rum, pineapple juice, red onion, garlic, red pepper, salt, and ginger.
  • Bring to simmer on medium heat.
  • Let cook for 5-7 minutes, to allow the flavors of the vegetables to let out.
  • Gently drop shrimp into the pan and braise on medium low heat until pink, about 4 minutes.
  • Remove shrimp and arrange half in each avocado skin "chests".
  • Serve with rice for a fuller meal.
  • For salsa, after chopping all ingredients to appropriate size, mix together and season with salt and pepper.
  • Let sit for at least 30 minutes to marinate.
  • Serve over hot shrimp, to look like an opened chest of buried treasure.
  • Drizzle pan sauce over the whole dish for extra flavor.
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"This recipe actually won Contessa's "Cook Like a Pirate" recipe contest, so I was pretty excited about it! It's a very nice light meal and the pirate theme is fun for the whole family."
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  1. Korkin
    Drunken Pirate Shrimp With Tropical Salsa Created by Korkin
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  2. Korkin
    This recipe actually won Contessa's "Cook Like a Pirate" recipe contest, so I was pretty excited about it! It's a very nice light meal and the pirate theme is fun for the whole family.
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