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April 28th, 2008 26 Comments

Fruit Salad Recipe (with Baby Shrimps and Toasted Coconut)

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Recipe: Tropical Fruit Salad with Baby Shrimps and Toasted Coconut

Ingredients:

1 can mandarin oranges
1 mango (cut into small cubes)
1 tablespoon honey
5 Italian basil leaves (chopped finely)
1/4 small onion
1 lime (extract juice)
1/4 cup baby shrimp
2 tablespoons grated coconut (toast the coconut in a skillet until golden brown)

Method:

Toss all the ingredients above in a mixing bowl and chill in the fridge for at least an hour. Serve cold and topped with toasted coconut.

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26 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Ginny says:

    Looks amazing! I am glad you are back home safe! :)

  2. Marc @ NoRecipes says:

    Mmmmm looks delightful!

  3. Annie & Nate says:

    I am sure your lou kong is happy you are home as well. Hope your travels were fruitful!

  4. Anonymous says:

    I love the colors of this salad. Very beautiful.

  5. Salt & Turmeric says:

    ur back! ;) well, there’s nothing wrong w indomie. they are yummy. hehe.

  6. diva@theSugarBar says:

    what a great salad. love the toasted coconut and medley of fruit and colour.x

  7. michelle @ TNS says:

    i could eat this for dinner every night in the summertime.

    well, at last on those night’s when we’re not grilling.

    yum!

  8. Sharon says:

    A weekend of Indomie and couch time doesn’t sound so bad :) Your salad looks delicious and as it’s been hot, I’ve been looking for any recipes that don’t require an oven or stove.

  9. ~Madeline~ says:

    I wish I were in Southern California…We’re barely getting Spring weather yet! Regardless, this salad sounds so delicious. I think I’ll make it, close my eyes and let the flavors trick me into thinking it’s warm.

  10. Claude-Olivier says:

    what a good idea…and your pictures…pff nothing to say, it’s always so amazing! cheers

  11. Crunchasarus Rex says:

    Awesome..!! thanks for sharing..!

  12. tigerfish says:

    Usually, after I get back to US from Asia, I just want to sleep and do nothing. If someone were to prepare a fruit salad like that for me, I do not mind eating, then get forward being a couch potato and Zzzzz again. :P

  13. daphne says:

    hehe.love my indo mee too. That looks fantastic rasa M.

  14. Baking Fiend says:

    welcome home! the salad looks refreshing and indomie is my fav too! great comfort food. :P

  15. Kevin says:

    Fruit salad with shrimp…mmm… Great photo!

  16. Br. David says:

    Italian Basil? Not Kemangi?

  17. Fearless Kitchen says:

    This is a beautiful dish – I bet it would be very refreshing too!

  18. Mandy says:

    anything with mango+ shrimp is right up my alley. :D

  19. Manggy says:

    I don’t know what it is about shrimp that pairs it off tropical fruits so well, but you pulled it off excellently here! Nice salad bee! :)

  20. Keropok Man says:

    sounds nice to be back home eh?
    after all the excitement it’s nicest to just do nothing and sleep!

    yesterday was Labour Day, i was just lazing at home, doing nothing at all! LOL

  21. Sandy @ Boston, MA says:

    I made this salad last night and its delicious!! ^_^

  22. didally says:

    Toasted grated coconut is new to me. The combination of oranges and shrimps seems like a perfect combination.

  23. Anonymous says:

    This fruit salad with baby shrimp and toasted coconut looks amazing! I will try to make it using your fruit salad with baby shrimp and toasted coconut recipe.

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  25. A weekend of Indomie and couch time doesn’t sound so bad :) Your salad looks delicious and as it’s been hot, I’ve been looking for any recipes that don’t require an oven or stove

  26. This is a perfectly wonderful salad. The toasted coconut adds a lovely touch.

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