Shrimp Cheese Spread with Coconut

Shrimp Cheese with Coconut
The cream cheese, shrimp, and coconut in this delightfully exotic recipe are teamed with preserves, onions, and cocktail sauce for a sweet yet savory flavor.
You can find coconut chips in the baking section of the grocery store if you want to use these instead of flaked coconut. Also, feel free to use apricot preserves in place of the peach preserves for a slightly different taste in this shrimp cheese spread.

Creamy coconut shrimp recipe

This is one of the best dip recipes to serve with plain chips because the flavor is so intense and delicious.
Certain kinds of flavored chips would not blend well with the flavors in this shrimp dip recipe.
Cream cheese spread recipes are very popular and this one goes well on cocktail rye bread or with breadsticks or crackers.

Coconut shrimp recipe

Your guests will love the simple yet delicious mixture of flavors in this coconut shrimp recipe.
If you like shrimp appetizers, remember that you can use seafood and shrimps to make dips, rather than having to cook the shrimps and make something else with them.

Coconut shrimp with cream cheese

This is a really mouthwatering way to use shrimp to make something tasty and the flavors in this dip recipe blend wonderfully.

Coconut shrimp recipe Ingredients -

  1. 4 oz cooked shrimp
  2. 8 oz pineapple cream cheese, at room temperature
  3. ¼ cup flaked coconut
  4. 2 tablespoons cocktail sauce
  5. 2 green onions
  6. ½ cup peach preserves

shrimp dip recipe Preparation:

  1. Drain the thawed shrimp well and slice the green onions thinly.
  2. Spread the pineapple cream cheese evenly over a 12 inch plate and whisk the cocktail sauce and peach preserves.
  3. Spread this mixture over the cream cheese.
  4. Arrange the shrimp over the top, and then sprinkle over the green onions.
  5. Sprinkle the coconut on top of everything and chill in the refrigerator for 15 minutes or so before serving.

Shrimp dip recipe

This Meal Serves 6.

Is there such a thing as a coconut shrimp recipe? Yes there is, and it's quite easy to make too. The first time I cooked with coconut shrimp, it was for an appetizer party at my house. My husband wasn't sure it was real coconut shrimp so we improvised and used what we had in the fridge: a tinned coconut shrimp mix.

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