Feb 28, 2013

Garlic Shrimp in Coconut Milk, Tomatoes and Cilantro



A quick shrimp stew cooked in a tomato coconut broth with a hint of lime and cilantro. Simple enough to make for a weekday dinner yet sophisticated enough to serve to company. Serve with a little brown basmati rice to soak up the broth.

I've been busy working on my cookbook, so I thought it would be a good idea to highlight this recipe from the archives. This is one of my favorite shrimp dishes, and perfect if you're observing Lent.


Garlic Shrimp in Coconut Milk, Tomatoes and Cilantro
Skinnytaste.com
Servings: 4 • Serving Size: 1/4 • Old Points: 6 • Weight Watchers Points+: 7
Calories: 261 • Fat: 10 • Carbs: 10 • Fiber: 1 g • Sugar: 1 g • Protein: 30 g
Sodium: 257.6 mg (without salt)

Ingredients:

  • 1 1/4 lbs jumbo shrimp, peeled and deveined (weight after peeled)
  • 1 tsp extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 red bell pepper, sliced thin
  • 4 scallions, thinly sliced, white and green parts separated
  • 1/2 cup cilantro
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • kosher salt (to taste)
  • 1/2 tsp crushed red pepper flakes (to taste)
  • 14.5 oz can diced tomatoes
  • 14 oz can light coconut milk (50% less fat)*
  • 1/2 lime, squeezed

Directions:

In a medium pot, heat oil on low. Add red peppers and sauté until soft (about 4 minutes). Add scallion whites, 1/4 cup cilantro, red pepper flakes and garlic. Cook 1 minute.

Add tomatoes, coconut milk and salt to taste, cover and simmer on low about 10 minutes to let the flavors blend together and to thicken the sauce.

Add shrimp and cook 5 minutes. Add lime juice.

To serve, divide equally among 4 bowls and top with scallions and cilantro.

Adapted from Fine Cooking

140 comments :

  1. Great recipe. I love Thai inpired cuisine.

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  2. Gina, I swear you and I have kindred taste buds! I love your blog! This recipe looks beautiful. I have it on the list (along with many others on your blog) to try :) ~LeslieMichele

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  3. You'll love this! My husband did. The coconut taste is very subtle. The tomato is more prominent in this dish.

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  4. Yum, as always :) I love to use coconut milk. Thanks for the recipe :)

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  5. I'm so glad I stumbled across your blog! I've shared the url with my Weight Watchers meeting and there were several excited about it... Here's to happy dining!

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  6. Gina, you have marked the coconut milk with an asterisk. Any particular reason? Thanks - going to try this week. - Sue

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  7. I have all the ingredients already, minus the shrimp, so I'll be making this for dinner! Looks so good! Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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  8. Thanks for sharing, I'll be switching to a new URL soon. Skinnytaste.com You won't have to do anything, it will redirect you if you still have the old one but it's easier to tell people skinnytaste.com

    Sue- the asterisk was to tell people Trader Joes has light coconut milk. Also, Taste of Thai makes a light coconut milk. Thanks for noticing!

    Hope you all enjoy this as much as we did!

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  9. do you have ideas on how to make this, if I only can find regular fat coconut milk?! Could I use half and make up the rest of the liquid with veggie or chicken stock!? I have all the ingrediants and CAN'T find light coconut milk!!! Help!? Thanks, it looks super!

    Samantha

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  10. Yes, I would use half of the can but mix it well because the fat separates from the liquid. You can probably use a broth or water in place of the 7 oz you are removing.

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  11. My co-worker gave me your website/blog, and I love it!! I can't wait to try this recipe. Thank you and please continue to shower us with your GREAT AND TASTY lowfat recipes!

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  12. I just found your blog through another blog. I am so glad I did. I have been doing WW for 6 weeks now. My trusty standby's get a little old around here. Thanks for sharing and now that I know yours are tried and true, I will be going through and making some menus. Thanks. Stop by and say hi. I have a Sunday post called Buh-bye pounds where I share my highs and lows of losing weight. I share recipes or tips too. I would love to have you visit!

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  13. Oh, this looks so good! My son is allergic to shellfish, so I can't make this as a family meal, but I'll try it sometime for the hubs and I. Also, I'm having a great giveaway on my blog if you and your readers are interested!

    www.cakescraps.wordpress.com

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    1. I made this recipe with chicken and it was amazing!

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    2. Did you just drop in raw chicken peices when you're supposed to add shrimp?? I totally wanted to try with chicken too but didn't know how!!

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  14. Hi Gina, LOVE your blog! I was wondering if the rice is included in the 5.5pts? Thanks!

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  15. love your recipes and your blog! I am on WW too!

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  16. No, the rice is extra. I served mine with a half cup white rice, but brown rice would lower the points.

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  17. Looks delish - I'm gonna have to give it a try!

    Your pictures are beautiful as well!

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  18. I made this recipe tonight on the stove top in my dutch oven. It turned out perfect! Thank you!

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  19. Could I make this without coconut milk? I am not a big fan of coconut milk and I figure it'd lower the fat too. What do you think?

    Thanks! Love the blog!

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  20. What a tasty looking shrimp dish!

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  21. Made this last week. My husband loved it so much we've made it two more times. So versitile! What we've done is add 2T of fish sauce and 1T of brown sugar.

    I would think this would work very well with other meats or tofu.

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  22. Gina made this tonight-FANTASTIC! I plan to make it for company next weekend. Super simple and easy but wow delicious.

    Are you going to put up any more thai inspired dishes? I LOVE thai food so it would be fabulous to make it at home.
    -Jenn

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  23. Wasn't it great! Sure, I love thai food too! I'll keep that in mind. I have a thai fried rice that's really great, give it a try!

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  24. Wow - this is fantastic! We made this tonight and loved it.
    Thanks yet again!

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  25. I just found your blog - I can't wait to make tons of your recipes - starting with this one - YUM! :)

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  26. Holy Cow! This was terrific. My husband is so thankful that I found this blog! This will be added to our regular dinner schedule for sure! Thanks for taking the time to share your gifts!

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  27. Thanks Gina for this wonderful recipe! We made it yesterday night and it was fabulous. It is so simple to make and so good.
    We had it over brown rice..Yum!

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  28. Where did the "print recipe" option go???

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  29. @Estee- There is a new share widget at the bottom. I'm testing it out. It prints, bookmarks, adds to favorites, etc. Let me know how you like it.

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  30. This recipe was amazing! Even my boyfriend, who is highly critical of Weight Watchers recipes, absolutely loved it. Yummy!

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  31. This was so delish and easy, too! My hubby said it was one of my best dishes yet and tasted like a restuarant! I ate the leftovers the next day for lunch and it was even better.

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  32. Gina, this recipe is AWESOME!!!! I just made it tonight for the first time and I substitued the cocunut milk (because I couldn't find it at my grocery store) for Light Cream and it turned out GREAT! I will definitely make this again for sure! Thanks for sharing all of your DELICIOUS recipes, this site helps me so much with being on weight watchers and I tell the people at my meeting about it all the time! Thanks again!

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  33. OMG, THIS IS AMAZING! We loved it and even our 2 yr old loved it! So far we have loved everything we have made from your site... THANKS SO MUCH! =)

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  34. This was so delicious! I added a teaspoon of red Cheyenne pepper for an extra kick. It was fantastic!

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  35. Gina,

    I just discovered the blog. Everything looks great.

    How do I get the recipes to print?

    Do I have to copy and paste?

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  36. I just added a button to the bottom, that should print it ad free.

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  37. Just made this last night and my hubby and I loved it!! So yummy. Thanks

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  38. I just want to say THANK YOU! My husband and I have already made this 3-4 times and it is by far one of our FAVORITE dinner recipes! I'm eating the leftovers from last night as I type! THANKS again!

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  39. This was so , so good and a big hit with the teens and adults alike.

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  40. You're welcome! Glad you all like it!!

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  41. Made this tonight-very yummy! Even the husband liked it! Will be making it again!

    Gina-I was wondering...I know the recipe says serves four but approx (in cups) would one serving be?
    I also served mine with 1/2 cup of jasmine rice.

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  42. I don't recall cup size, I just divided it equally between four plates. This is great with jasmine rice!

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  43. i just made it and it is delicious! I also added chicken, which tastes great! thank u for the recipe Gina!

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  44. Looks wonderful are the points calculated with the rice?

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  45. I made this last night. I was craving variety in the way that I cook shrimp (saute in oil, use garlic to flavor). This hit the spot! The base is great; I want to try it with other meats and/or vegetables. The light coconut milk does not overpower the dish but adds a richness as if heavy cream had been added. (I'm not sure someone could identify coconut milk was used if they didn't know.)

    I added fish sauce and used parsley instead of cilantro. I also used a hand blender to slightly puree everything before adding the shrimp to thicken the base.

    Gina - I love your site! I love that you provide great tasting recipes that are calorie conscious but don't leave you feeling deprived. You and your GREAT pictures inspire me as a cook! Keep up the good work!

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  46. Thanks for commenting Alisa!! Glad I can inspire!

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  47. You're doing something right when your photo makes me salivate. I can not wait to try this combination of flavors. I'm off to make the ciliantro lime rice and shrimp. I need a few more ingredients for this one. Keep up the great service to your fellow weight watchers. Thanks.

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  48. This is one of our favorite dishes here! My husband can't stand tomatoes, so we substitute tomato sauce instead, and it's just dreamy!

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  49. Tried to make this with regular coconut milk as I couldn't find the lite. It doesn't work. The liquid was milky and had a too strong taste. Made with Brown Basmati and didn't feel that went well either. Will try again with lite milk when I find it.

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  50. @Melissa- I think it's great with regular coconut milk, just a lot heavier and more fat. Maybe next time use half if you can't find the lite.

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  51. I made this last night and it was incredible! I served it over Jasmine rice, which gave some extra flavor. When I was making it, I wasn't sure how it was going to turn out...but it ended up tasting really good. I added an extra can of dice tomatoes, as well. Looking forward to the leftovers!

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  52. This looks awesome, i am going to make it tonite !!!

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  53. Hi Gina,

    When counting the points value is the rice included or is the rice additional points? Thank you for such a great blog, I am truly enjoying it!

    Marta

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  54. No, the rice is not included in this. You're welcome!

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  55. I cook a LOT of Thai food and was ruing giving up coconut milk. But I found the lite version on sale one week at TJs and had it on hand when I found this recipe.

    DELICIOUS. I added about a tablespoon of fish sauce - added more dimension and a little more salt. Fresh tomatoes and cilantro made this one yummy dish. I served it over brown jasmine rice (also from TJs).

    Keep it up Gina!

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  56. Just made this tonight. YUM!! So full of flavor! I made your Chipotle's Cilantro Lime Rice (so obsessed, btw) the other night and still had leftovers so I served this over top. Absolutely wonderful. My husband liked it too. Thanks!

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  57. Thank you so much for all of your recipes - I have made something new every night since August and every single thing has been delicious! (and I have lost 15 lbs!) Can you please post the points plus to this recipe when you get a chance? Every one I have made since the program changed has been one that has limited nutritional info so I can't figure out the points plus. this is my first post ever on any blog so excuse any etiquette issues! Many Thanks!

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  58. Made this for dinner tonite -- BIG hit for husband and me. It had a complex mixture of tastes, was VERY filling, and all the ingredients were staples in our house [though for the life of me i can't remember why i originally bought the coconut milk!) THANKS!

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  59. is this the same value with the PointsPlus system too?

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  60. I made this last night and even thouh it never thickened and it made a mess on my stove (it bubbled over), I will definitely make it again - very tasty and satisfying. I served it over jasmine rice with sugar snap peas.

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  61. I just recently came across your website and think it is wonderful. I made this recipe today, and I am already recommending it to friends and family. Thank you so much!

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  62. Gina, made this tonight and it was incredible. Love using coconut milk!!! My husband love it! Thank you so much!!!

    PS: Can you please provide the rest of the nutritional information so I can calculate the point plus? Thank in advance!

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  63. Made it tonight and it was awesome! Super easy and only a few ingredients! Without you Gina, I would still weigh 190 instead of 155!

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  64. Delicious...made tonight with a salad and white rice. Used your cucumber ranch dressing with the salad. Excellent recipe...thank you!!!

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  65. I will be making this for dinner tonight with a few subtle changes. It looks fabulous!

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  66. I'm trying this for dinner tomorrow night, but could only find light coconut cream in a small box. I'm guessing I can just add a bit of water to thin it out slightly. I love coconut, so I'm eager to give this a try. I wonder if some toasted dessicated (unsweetened) coconut might be nice as a garnish? Looking forward to trying this one!

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  67. I'm wondering if you bought the right one, it should be coconut milk, not cream. Toasted coconut would be very pretty as garnish.

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  68. I have tried this dish one evening for dinner and loved it. However...since then my husband is not eating tomatoes for health reasons. Is there another substitute for tomotoes in this dish?

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  69. I would just eave it out, but it may need more coconut milk and it will certainly change the flavor.

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  70. We had this for dinner last night along with some home-made pita bread. I used fire-roasted tomatoes and added some garam masala. Another great recipe from this site.

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  71. I made this last night and loved it! I cant wait to eat the leftovers for lunch today. It was hard work (having to peel and devein all that shrimp) but it was totally worth it. Word to the wise- dont forget to stir your coconut milk before you measure and pour it in!

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  72. Gina, this was heavenly. The flavours work so well together! Will definitely make this again :) Thanks!

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  73. Just want to make sure....I should add the whole can of tomatoes, right? Juice and all?? So excited to try this recipe tonight

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  74. Another wonderful Skinnytaste recipe! When we make it again, I'll add more cilantro (especially as garnish, we love cilantro!). Also, we used no salt added tomatoes, and didn't drain the can. Next time I'll drain the juice or use fresh tomatoes if available. This time, we added cornstarch to thicken the sauce. My husband and I loved it! We also made a vegetarian coconut soup, cilantro and lime brown rice, and had Lean Cuisine Spicy Chicken Spring Rolls. Thanks for the delicious, and healthy recipes! Keep them coming!

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  75. I made this for my husband and he bragged to everyone about it. Its the only time he has fish :)

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  76. This was really good, but I found with all those nice ingredients the flavour was lacking. I added the additional half of the lime, extra garlic and some hot sauce and it was amazing. Will make it again, thanks so much for all your wonderful recipes.

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  77. I just made this for dinner tonight and it was delicious!! This is the first recipe I have tried and I can't wait to try some more...Thank you!

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  78. i would love to see estimated time for recipes :)

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  79. Making this right now! I added onions & green peppers also. Amazing recipe, looks delicious! Definitaly worth making!

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  80. Just made this for dinner and it was fantastic. I am going to try it with chicken breast and asparagus next time. I used siracha instead of red pepper flakes...so good! Thanks!

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  81. This was so good - and easy! I cooked it and blogged about it. :)

    http://www.allieschangingkitchen.com/2012/05/garlic-shrimp-in-tomato-y-coconut-milk.html

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  82. I have to say I have never ever commented on any recipe but this one is a must. I have never made a recipe that's good for you and tastes so good. I just finished making this and I have to say it's amazing. My boyfriend who doesn't like any diet food (he doesn't need to) thinks it's great too. I will definitely be making this again and again!! Thank you Gina, I can't wait to make more of your recipes!!

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  83. I didn't have a can of tomatoes, so I used a handful of sun dried tomatoes. So delicious!

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  84. Can this be made over whole wheat pasta??

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  85. What would you suggest for thickening up the broth a bit?

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    1. Add a little cornstarch at the end if you wish.

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  86. I made this tonight and it was crazy good!

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  87. I made this tonight and had the same problem with the sauce not thickening. Any suggestions?

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    1. It's not supposed to be thick, it should be more of a broth.

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  88. Another hit! I may add broth, more veggies, and lemongrass to make a soup. It's phenomenal :)

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  89. We made it tonight. It was delicious! I am stuffed! Modifications that we made were:
    *doubling the amount of cilantro (important, I think)
    *leaving out the pepper flakes
    *using fire-roasted diced tomatoes and draining the can so I could use the extra liquid to stir in some corn starch and then add that to the sauce to thicken it
    *doubling the fresh lime
    *cooking the shrimp for only about 1 or 2 min because it continues to cook once you turn off the heat.
    *sauteing the red bell pepper in organic extra virgin cocunut oil instead of olive oil
    We used farro instead of rice and I highly recommend it. It's very high in protein and tastier than rice. Farro is pricey but worth it. Truly a yummy meal and pretty easy. Wish we had tried it sooner.

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    1. Thank you for this recipe! Made it this evening and it was a big hit with the family! I doubled the red pepper flakes to make it nice and spicy, otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Served it over brown rice, delicious! I will definitely make this again!

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  90. Made this for dinner tonight- absolutely delicious! I just discovered your website on Pinterest and already made two meals off of it- both of them were a hit. This one is going in the recipe book!

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  91. OMG! Made this for dinner last night and it was so good. I couldn't find light coconut milk so I used the regular. I served it over brown rice and my husband and I were in heaven! What a great web site! I already plan on making another recipe tonight!

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  92. We make this all the time! It is absolutely delicious. My only change is to add onions and saute them with the peppers. I also add some shredded carrots for crunch.

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  93. Made this dish tonight, it was sooooo delicious!!! I am not a "cook" by any means but Gina, you have helped make it easier and actually quite fun! Thank you!

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  94. Hi Gina I love this recipe I make it all the time! I have a question for you I wanted to know if you've ever tried to cook with sugar free coconut milk in a carton instead of the condensed light coconut milk in a can? Or perhaps a mixture of both to cut down on calories?

    Kim

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    1. It's not thick enough for this dish.

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  95. Hi Gina I love this recipe I make it all the time! I have a question for you I wanted to know if you've ever tried to cook with sugar free coconut milk in a carton instead of the condensed light coconut milk in a can? Or perhaps a mixture of both to cut down on calories?

    Kim

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  96. This was great !

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  97. I haven't made this yet, but I entered the ingredients into the WW recipe builder, and it came out to 7 points plus, not 6. Same if you enter the nutritional values into the WW calculater -- it's 7.

    But, if you make it 5 servings instead of 4, it comes to 5 pp -- and then you can serve with 1/2 cup of rice for an 8 pp meal! :)

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  98. Mmmm, sounds delicous. Will be in my rotation this weekend. I am excited to hear about a cookbook, I love your recipes and always recommend your site.

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  99. Every recipe I've tried has been very well received. I ONLY cook your food because it's TASTY AND HEALTHY! You rock! Refer all my friends to you. Keep up the fabulous work!!

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  100. Michelle B3/1/13, 8:50 AM

    Looks delicious. Can't wait to try this one!

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  101. Wow! I wish I had shrimp on hand..I would love this for lunch! It sounds incredible!

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  102. I am glad to hear you are writing a cookbook. Your recipes are absolutely awesome. Thank you for weekly posting delicious and easy to make meals for the world to enjoy. Your cookbook will surely be a huge success, I know I will be purchasing quite a few copies to give out to friends and family as gifts. Keep up the great work!!!!

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  103. Making this next week, on my grocery list to pick up some shrimp!

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  104. A Skinnytaste cookbook??? I so love you're recipes, I can hardly wait!! When an where? That is wonderful! I am so excited.

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  105. Can't wait for the cookbook!!

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  106. Hello Gina! I love your blog and cook from it often. Can I use chicken instead of shrimp? I don't eat shellfish.

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  107. My husband prepared this dish and said it was "easy". He possibly added more red pepper beause he likes his food really spicy. I fell in love! This will be placed in my must do again receipe file.

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  108. Yum. This looks great. I wonder if adding some red or green curry paste would work out well? Has anyone ever tried that?

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  110. My husband and I just tried this tonight! Excellent!

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  111. I thought it was way too spicy with 1/2 tsp of the red pepper flakes and overpowered the other flavors. I'd cut that in half at least next time. My boyfriend loved it, though. :)

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  112. Hello Gina! First of all, I absolutely love love your food blog/website!! Anyhoo, I made this dish but was wondering why the sauce came out more like "bisque"? Was I supposed to drain the can of diced tomatoes? I also used the lowfat coconut milk that I buy from Trader Joe's. This recipe is definitely a keeper and like you said, perfect for the Lent season. I just want to know what I did wrong - - other than that, it was simply delish over brown rice!! Again, thanks for your fabulous recipes!!!

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  113. I made this tonight but added in a diced zucchini and a diced yellow squash just to add more veg. I LOVE tomatoes so next time I may addin another can (drained) of the diced tomatoes. It was delicious and my picky boyfriend approved.

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  114. I was wondering if thr tomatoes were supposed to he drained too, as it was quite watery bit absolutely deliciou s. Served with confetti rice from trader Joe's which was an outstanding combo! When is the cookbook coming out? !?!?!.!

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  115. Made this tonight and absolutely loved it! I served it over quinoa. Love the combo of coconut milk and tomato. Thanks for sharing!

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  116. I've made this recipe twice now in the last week. It's a hit! I made a couple changes to add in some punch:

    - I let the shrimp marinate in a chili lime rub from pampered chef.
    - I used coconut oil instead of canola/vegetable oil in the beginning to help bring out the coconut flavor more.

    Very delicious. Thanks!

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  117. I made this dish last night and loved it! However I felt my color consistency was off a bit. More like a creamy looking color. Very BISQUE-esqe as well. Did I miss a step hah!? Taste was wonderful. Served with Brown Rice, really soaks up the nice sauce.

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  118. Made this last night-- definitely a keeper! Color was a little creamier/pinker than I expected but it was delicious none the less. I made a few alterations: Added kale (had to use some up) and fresh ginger. Also serve with brown rice as suggested. Can't wait for the cookbook.

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  119. This was so good. And what I realized is that a few of the ingredients I don't normally keep on hand (cilantro, scallions, red bell pepper)are also in your chicken picante black bean soup, so I know now to make both recipes in the same week to cut down on food waste! Also, my husband refuses to eat "diet" food so I haven't told told him where I'm getting these recipes and he's none the wiser.

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  120. I love this recipe, especially with the shrimp and coconut milk with the lime. Pinning! Can't wait to try this one!

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  121. Quick question: shrimp is supposed to added raw correct?

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  122. I made this last night and it was FREAKING DELICIOUS! The fact that it's low calorie is just a bonus. My husband and daughter (who ate at different times) both made the same comment "I didn't really think I liked cilantro but this is really good!" Thanks so much for another awesome recipe. Please keep them coming.

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  123. Tomorrow I will try this recipe with left over chicken. I bet it will be good. Thanks, Deb Groom

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  124. I made this on Sunday and it was a hit! Next time I will double the recipe. Soooooo Good!

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  125. Made this tonight - yummo!

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  126. I just put this in my WW pp+ calculator and it's coming out as 6 pts. Any ideas why?

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  127. Any suggestions on how to make less carbs?

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  128. YOu have it as 7 points on your recipe, but it is 6 points. I love this meal!

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