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Curried Shrimp Over Coos Coos
Wow is this a great dish!
Flour with curry powder added – quite a bit.
Flour shrimp and saute in olive oil and butter. Set aside (substitute cut up boneless chicken or use both)
Cut up parsnips and coat in the left over flour/curry powder and saute quickly, don’t over cook. Set aside.
In the same pan add more oil or butter as needed and saute diced onion and garlic. Turn off pan and leave on the stove.
In the mean time cook a box of basic olive oil and garlic coos coos.
When the coos coos is done:
Put the shrimp and parsnips back in the pan with the onions and garlic and reheat.
Add a can of chopped pineapple and chicken broth.
Bring to a boil and thicken with corn starch and water.
Corn starch mixed with cold water and wisked into the dish thickens quickly.
Spoon over coos coos to serve.
On the side serve a cooked veggi like brocolli or asparagus.