Brittaney’s Thai Pomelo Shrimp Salad

Summer is right around the corner in Seattle. At least…we hope! The weather hasn’t been so cooperative in the last year. While May IS bringing you flowers and plenty rainbows, I am bringing you a recipe! This is my recipe for Thai Pomelo Shrimp Salad. I even made a Youtube video for it, which actually has the most views on my channel (woohoo)! Watch below:

This recipe is super simple and FILLED with bold flavors.

Ingredients:

1 Pomelo or ruby red grapefruit
½ lb of cooked shrimp
Handful of crushed peanuts
Handful of fried red onion
2 garlic cloves
2 thai chili peppers
2-3 teaspoons fish sauce
2-3 teaspoons palm sugar
Lime juice
½ cucumber cut in halves
bundle of cilantro – chopped
*Mortar and pestle to blend together some of the ingredients

Directions:

1. Cut open your pomelo and take out the meat of the fruit and place in bowl, you want bite size chunks.

2. In your mortar and pestle, add your garlic, peppers and pound them until broken down, then add your palm sugar, and a squeeze of lime.

3. Add your cucumber and add fish sauce then mix all together

4. Add pomelo and shrimp together and add the ingredients from the mortar and pestle to mix all together.

5. Add your cilantro, crushed peanuts and fried red onion, salt and pepper and then stir together!

Enjoy! If you haven’t checked out my personal food blog, please visit www.plentyofpineapples.com!

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Brittaney

Loving all things food, especially pineapple. I’m the creator of the food blog plentyofpineapples.com. I come from a diverse background of being Thai, Peruvian and Spanish so I love making meals that introduce people to cuisines and flavors they haven’t tried before. I am heavily influenced by my mother who made home cooked meals for my brothers and I every single night growing up. To me, cooking and eating is a way to share stories, express culture and feed your soul with others. I also love to go out to eat, in Seattle, the food options are endless! You can catch me at a food truck or at a hole in the wall restaurant. I’m excited to share recipes and places to eat in Seattle with you!
Follow me on Instagram @burrrittaney and visit my blog!

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