Seafood coctail salad
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Seafood coctail salad
  Seafood    Salad  
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:22:30 AM. Recipe ID 55157. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Seafood coctail salad
 Categories: Main dish, Salads, Seafood, Fruits
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
      1    8-oz. pkg. frozen shrimp-
           And/or crab-flavored salad
           Style fish (surimi*)
      1    8-oz. pkg. Fresh or frozen
           Peeled, cooked shrimp
    1/3 c  Coctail sauce
      1 md Avocado, halved, seeded,
           Peeled, and chopped
           Lettuce leaves
    1/2    Of a small honeydew melon,
           Peeled, and sliced
    1/2    Of a small cantaloupe,
           Seeded
      1    Orange, peeled and sliced
           Crosswise
     12    Strawberries, halved
    1/2 ts Poppy seed
 
  THAW FISH AND SHRIMP, if frozen; set aside.  For dressing, stir
  together salad dressing and cocktail sauce. If necessary, stir in a
  little water to make of pouring consistency. Cover and chill till
  serving time.
  
  IN A MEDIUM MIXING BOWL TOSS together shrimp and/or fish, avocado,
  and 3 tablespoons of the dressing.
  
  ARRANGE LETTUCE LEAVES on 4-dinner plates.  Spoon Seafood mixture onto
  lettuce.  Arrange melon, orange slices, and berries around seafood.
  Sprinkle with poppy seed. Serve with remaining dressing.
  
  Makes 4 main-dish servings.
  
  *NOTE: You can cut 300 milligrams of sodium by using an additinal 8 oz
  fresh or frozen shrimp instead of the surimi.
  
  Nutritional facts per serving: 308 cal., 10 g total fat (1 g sat
  fat), 108 mg chol. 851 mg sodium, 39 g carbo., 5 g fiber, 19 g pro.
  Daily Value: 53% vit. A, 171% vit. C, 10% calcium, 18% iron.
  




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Recipe ID 55157 (Apr 03, 2005)

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