Shrimp Corn Dill Salad

Shrimp Corn Dill Salad

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Dill is one of my favorite fresh herbs~~there are so many uses for it beyond pickles as in ‘dill’ pickles! I eveb use it to make things like seasoned butter.  It adds a nice twist to the shrimp salad~~a tad of tart and sharp that can be unexpected.  

Another seafood I use dill with is salmon~~omg, it’s fabulous!  You might want to try out this salmon recipe, too~~these two recipes could convert you to the right side of dill beyond the pickle!
Shrimp Corn Dill Salad
What you need:
1 lb peeled steamed large shrimp
1/2 red bell pepper cut into small pieces
1 cup corn (I cut mine off the cob after it had been roasted on the grill–it was leftover~~if you use frozen corn, prior to putting in the salad, try pan searing it in a tablespoon of butter to get a little char on it and to bring out the sweetness.)
1/3 cup chopped red onion
1 cup shredded Savoy cabbage
2 Tbl. finely chopped fresh dill
1/2 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp white pepper
2  Tbl. mayonnaise
3 Tbl. Greek plain yogurt
1 lime (juice and zest)
Shrimp Corn Dill Salad
What you do:

Combine all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and blend well.  Refrigerate a few hours before eating to let the flavors merge and connect.
Shrimp Corn Dill Salad
©alice d’antoni phillips www.allyskitchen.com

 

 

 

6 Comments

  1. Shrimp and dill …match made in heaven 🙂
    Your snow-white salad looks fabulous. And loved that red hue coming from the shrimp.
    Lovely photos and recipe.
    Following you 🙂

    • Nusrat!! Thank you for the special comment! It makes all the effort all worth while, especially to have you notice some of the photography! THANK YOU, and more importantly, I’m so happy to always have you hanging out in my kitchen!! 🙂

  2. Ally, dill may be the star of this show, but that perfectly pink shrimp is threatening to upstage it. 🙂 Your crunchy charred corn caught my eye, too. What a beautiful “production!” Knowing you, this cast of characters gets along well. Standing ovation.

    • Your comments are always just so poetic and fun to read, Kim! I suppose that’s the amazing writing talent you have that even comes through in things like this! Yes, I do ‘dill’ will be nominated for an academy award for this one!! xoxo Thanks, honeybunch **love love**

  3. I love dill with seafood, this sounds wonderful Ally!

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