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COCONUT SHRIMP AND LOBSTER

Serving Size: 4
 

INGREDIENTS

    Step One
    3/4 Pound Shrimp 31/35 -- peeled & deveined
    1/4 Pound Lobster Tails -- slice 1/2" thick
    1   Fluid Ounce Butter -- clarified
    Salt And Pepper

    Step Two
    3   Each Jalapeno Pepper -- minced
    3   Each Garlic Clove -- minced
    1/2 Cup Scallions -- sliced
    1/2 Each Green Bell Pepper -- diced
    1/2 Each Red Bell Pepper -- diced
    1/2 Each Yellow Bell Pepper -- diced

    Step Three
    1   Cup Heavy Cream
    1/4 Cup Lobster Stock

    Step Four
    1   Tablespoon Lime Juice
    1/2  Cup Cilantro -- chopped

    1   Tablespoon Coconut, Toasted
    4   Each Orange Slices
     

DIRECTIONS

[1) Saute Lobster & Shrimp in clarified Butter, season with Salt & Pepper.
 REMOVE FROM HEAT AND HOLD ASIDE.

[2) Saute Vegetables in STEP TWO in clarified Butter until just one.

[3) Add Heavy Cream and Lobster Stock, bring to a BOIL and then  simmer for 5 minutes.

[4) REMOVE FROM HEAT and ADD Lime Juice & Cilantro. 

COMBINE SAUCE WITH SHRIMP AND LOBSTER

Garnish with toasted coconut and orange slices.
 

 

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