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Curry-Roasted Shrimp with Oranges

Fall 2004, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

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Shrimp, oranges and curry make a great flavor trio. Serve over rice as a main course or as is for an appetizer.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This is my favorite recipe so far and in fact is the favorite of everyone else I've been cooking for as well. Very tasty! If you've never had curry before, try this and you'll be hooked. "
Curry-Roasted Shrimp with Oranges Recipe

5 Reviews for Curry-Roasted Shrimp with Oranges

04/17/2012

This was very good. when serving, The shrimp and oranges need to be tossed together so that the oranges are covered with the curry. This helps with the bitterness of the roasted oranges. I served this with rice

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09/26/2011
Bitter oranges

Prawns were good love curry dishes but the oranges were so bitter it made the dish taste horrible.

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12/24/2010
Did't care for it, but

I had some beautiful blood oranges, which were very sweet but turned bitter in cooking. And red curry powder, which was spicy. The prawns turned out good, but the oranges had a bitter taste. Disappointing. Maybe navels work better.

spicy, pretty
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06/30/2010
Anonymous

This is my favorite recipe so far and in fact is the favorite of everyone else I've been cooking for as well. Very tasty! If you've never had curry before, try this and you'll be hooked.

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12/10/2009
Anonymous

I was VERY skeptical about this one...however it was amazing! It tastes like something someone else would order for you at some fancy asian fusion restaurant in the city, and force you to try, then you fall in love! Very flavorful! Almost tastes extravagant!

I've never made anything with curry, but this was a very easy recipe! I joined the National Body Challenge (by Discovery Channel) and this was part of my meal plan. I made it with seasame green beans (also from eatingwell.com) and they went well together.

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