Shrimp in the Garden : A Salad

Thomas Allen, April 24, 2016

Serving size of shrimp in the garden

Ingredients to prepare shrimp in the garden

Section 1

  1. Tomato :big six

Section 2

  1. Shrimp : 3/4 of a cup cooked in pepper and salt
  2. Pineapple :  Chopped into small pieces  3 by 4 cup
  3. Lettuce leaf : finely chopped 3 by 4 cup

section 3

  1. Mayonnaise : 5 big spoons
  2. Set curd : 3 big spoons
  3. Tomato ketchup : 2 big spoons
  4. Chili powder : 1 big spoon
  5. Salt : as per requirement
  6. Sugar  : ½ small spoon
  7. Dill  leaves : ½ small school

Directions to prepare shrimp in the garden

  1. Cut the top portion of the tomato and remove the seeds and all inside so that it resembles a cup
  2. Mix the ingredients in section 2
  3. Add the ingredients in section 3 to the above mix.
  4. Mix it  with a fork and fill in the  tomato cup
  5. Keep it in the refrigerator for some time and serve it cold
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