Chef's Quick Tip: Pineapple Shrimp Bowl

This week, Owner of StrAte Out The Kitchen & Executive Chef Toni Brown, shows Tina Redwine how to make a pineapple shrimp bowl.

News 12 Staff

Feb 19, 2021, 1:39 PM

Updated 1,209 days ago


This week, Owner of Breakfast Belle & Executive Chef Tori Brown, shows Tina Redwine how to make a pineapple shrimp bowl.
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  1. 1 Fresh Pineapple
  2. Muggers Marrow Pinepple Jalapeño marinade 
  3. 10 peeled and deveined Medium Shrimp 
  4. 5 diced garlic cloves 
  5. 2 tbsp Scallions 
  6. 1/3c sliced red peppers
  7. 2 tbsp cilantro   (Save 1tbsp as garnish) 
  8. 1 tbsp olive oil 
  9. 1 tsp old bay  
  10. 2 tbsp Sesame oil 
  11. 1 tbsp butter 
  12. 1tsp Salt 
  13. 1 cup Chopped pineapple 
  14. 2 cups of brown or jasmine rice 
Cook rice and set aside to cool.
If making pineapple bowls, cut each pineapple in half and hollow out both halves to make 2 bowls. Cut a piece off the bottom of the pineapple halves to make a flat base to sit on your plate 
Cut the pineapple into small cubes and set aside.
Take your shrimp and massage them with old bay and muggers marrow pineapple jalapeño marinade and set aside. 
Heat a nonstick pan on high heat; when hot add olive oil. Add shrimp and cook a few minutes 3 to 5 minutes and put aside
Add the scallions, a little Cilantro, red peppers, salt and garlic to the pan. Sauté for about 1-2 minute, then add butter, the rice, shrimp and pineapple cubes and stir a few times.
Add sesame oil stir to mix all the ingredients and cook another 30 seconds or so.  Scoop your rice into the  hollowed out pineapples and garnish with cilantro and scallions. 
You can purchase Muggers Marrow Pineapple Jalapeño marinade at Stop and Shop and local markets in CT or here.

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