Prawn and Rice salad

"Got this recipe from my friend Denise, she serves this at all her parties and family gatherings, and it is always a hit, but so easy!!! She usually buys the little cooked and peeled prawns from the deli."
 
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photo by Chef floWer
photo by JackieOhNo! photo by JackieOhNo!
photo by Kiwi Kathy photo by Kiwi Kathy
Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Mix it all together and put in a mould.
  • Unmoulded when ready to serve.

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Reviews

  1. JackieOhNo!
    This was a refreshing change of pace and easy to put together. I will definitely make it again, but I think some more curry would be in order, as I barely noticed it. It's a great combination of ingredients and makes a pretty presentation. Made for Aussie/NZ Swap #65.
     
  2. Kiwi Kathy
    I am so pleased that I chose this recipe to make for the Aussie / Kiwi Swap Nov 2011. As fresh mangos are a trifle expensive in NZ I used canned ones instead which worked out just fine. The little hint of curry was perfect. I used about 1/2 a tsp. This is a very quick and easy recipe to make and I'll definitely be making it again over the coming summer months. I assembled it in the Tupperware mould and while it didn't totally fill it, it did create a delightful looking salad when turned out.
     
  3. susie cooks
    This is a very nice salad. I made half the recipe for lunch today and have a little leftover for a snack. The subtle hint of curry was perfect! Made for Aussie Swap #33.
     
  4. Chef floWer
    WOW this is a really special salad, I love the texture of this salad with the creaminess from the avocados and mango, the grain texture from the rice. This was a big hit at my father in laws birthday party/New Years eve party. It didn't take to long to make and it was perfect for our hot weather. I used large prawns then cut them up. I moulded it two ways, one way was with a sterile plumbers pipe for individual servings and the other way was I used the roundness from a bowl and flipped it over on a flat plate. Thank you Mummamills for posting.
     
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