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It’s been long enough. I’ve had this recipe archived with every intention of making it, and finally after repeat Red Lobster commercials for coconut shrimp I decided it was time to make it.
You know.. the one’s that show a jumbo sized lemon squeeze in slow motion.. and random battered shrimp flying through the air.
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So.. I skipped the shellfish this time (they will have their moment, I’m sure.) and opted for poultry. The subtle sweetness from the flaked coconut made this worthy of a repeat.
I used rice flour instead of wheat flour, and left out the Panko breadcrumbs. Rice flour is so fine and powdery it pretty much is comparable to cornstarch. It made the coconut really stick to my chicken after being dredged in a buttermilk, honey, and egg mixture.
Also.. look for unsweetened coconut. Less sugar, and typically a finer flake than the sweetened variety. Plus, less sugar means less likely for the chicken to burn too quickly in minimal amounts of vegetable oil during the pan fry.
Instead of dipping sauce, I made a quick mango salsa to go along with it.
Probably, wait, totally too early for mango, but it was pre-chopped and staring at me, begging for an impulse produce buy. It ended up being very sweet and yummy- so I think mango is just fine in March.
I have that problem about once a week during my shopping trip. This week it was chopped mango.. last week it was the ‘buy 2, get one free’ Cadbury cream eggs at the check out stand.
All in all, a better choice than the sweet chile sauce, and a little more kiddo friendly as that chile sauce can be spicy! You never can tell which variety among the eight bottles on the shelf is going to make you want to chug a gallon of milk.
I personally have a bottle in my fridge that has been used once and never again. It is so hot- even I, the picante princess, can’t tolerate it let alone enjoy it. I need to toss it out..
Maybe next time I’ll use shrimp and dip it in some kind of Thai chile sauce..
..But, remind me to skip the single hottest bottle of chile sauce thats taken up residence in my fridge door.