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September 08th, 2013 3 Comments

Tamarind Shrimp and Pineapple Skewers

Tamarind Shrimp
Tamarind Shrimp pictures (3 of 3)

I am sad that summer is over, because I love eating food on skewers: Malaysian satay, Thai sate, Persian kebabs, lemongrass grilled shrimp, honey sesame chicken skewers, beef skewers, bacon-wrapped scallops, and the list goes on. ThisĀ Tamarind Shrimp and Pineapple Skewer was originally created for the Asian Street Food Festival in Denver. It has my favorite shrimp, lightly marinated with tamarind and cooked, and skewered with a piece of fresh and juicy pineapple.

The dish was inspired by my trip to Vietnam a few months ago. One of the things that I tried on the boat in the Mekong Delta was fresh pineapple, sold by the boat vendor. The pineapple was sweet, juicy, with a pleasant tint of sour. I paired the shrimp with the pineapple; every bite is bursting with flavors. I also topped the shrimp with some ground peanuts and chopped scallions, for extra bite.

Tamarind Shrimp and Pineapple

The good news about being in Southern California is that we will be enjoying warm summer days until October/November. Lucky us, it means that we can still eat the last skewers of summery foods well into the end of this month. What I like about this tamarind shrimp and pineapple skewer is that you can serve this almost anytime of the year. You don’t have to grill the shrimp. You can pan-fry the shrimp…it’s tasty either way. You might even serve this as party foods, as a warm appetizer. It’s totally up to you!

Bon appetit.

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  1. Rina says:

    Yummy creation.

  2. Oh how fresh and delicious!
    Things are just starting to warm up here so I will be making use of this recipe. It is definitely my style of recipe.

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