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Baked Coconut Shrimp

Megan Ostler, Michelle Alley

TOTAL TIME:30 min

Shrimp is a New Year’s Eve party staple, in my opinion, and one of my favorite ways to enjoy it is coated in sweet coconut. This shrimp is made healthier by baking it instead of frying it. It’s super easy to make and doesn’t take too long to bake, so it’s perfect for a party if you want an easy, stress-free appetizer. You can get creative by making a yummy dipping sauce for the shrimp, too. I really like making an orange chili sauce to dip ‘em in.

PREP TIME:15 min
COOK TIME:15 min
TOTAL TIME:30 min
SERVES:25
Ingredients

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          Nutrition per serving
          60 CALS
          4 G
          6 G
          2.5 G
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          AMOUNT PER SERVING% DAILY VALUE
          Calories
          60
          From Fat
          20
          Total fat
          2.5g
          4%
          Saturated Fat
          1.5g
          8%
          Cholesterol
          40mg
          13%
          Sodium
          160mg
          7%
          Carbohyrdate
          6g
          2%
          Dietary fiber
          0g
          0%
          Sugar
          0g
          Protein
          4g
          Directions
          1. Preheat oven to 400°F.
          2. Coat a pan with nonstick spray, then set aside.
          3. Grab three medium bowls.
          4. In one bowl, place the flour, in another bowl, place the eggs, and in the third, combine the shredded coconut, panko, salt, and pepper.
          5. Dredge the shrimp in the flour, lightly dip in the egg, then toss in the coconut mixture until well coated.
          6. Lay on the prepared baking sheet, then coat the top of the shrimp with nonstick cooking spray.
          7. Place in the oven, then bake for 15 minutes, or until the shrimp are light pink.
          Nutrition per serving
          60 CALS
          4 G
          6 G
          2.5 G
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          AMOUNT PER SERVING% DAILY VALUE
          Calories
          60
          From Fat
          20
          Total fat
          2.5g
          4%
          Saturated Fat
          1.5g
          8%
          Cholesterol
          40mg
          13%
          Sodium
          160mg
          7%
          Carbohyrdate
          6g
          2%
          Dietary fiber
          0g
          0%
          Sugar
          0g
          Protein
          4g

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