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What kinds of sides go well with fried butterfly shrimp?

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  • Mantle
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago
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    well have lemon wedges and tartar sauce on hand just for the shrimp, restaurants commonly just pair french fries with them but you could do a blooming onion (since you're frying anyway), or fried clams or fried breaded scallops. I'd think any other common appetizer would be a fine side dish to go with it, potato wedges, jalapeno poppers, fried mozzarella. You could also pair any number of soups as a side with it, french onion would go very well in my opinion.

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  • 4 years ago

    Fried Butterfly Shrimp

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    5 years ago

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  • 4 years ago

    I find that Chicken/shrimp alfredo noodles go great with butterfly shrimp. also a salad. Maybe coleslaw too

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Take plain rice and add a (dry) package of vegetable soup to it! Knorr is my favorite. Dried veggie flakes are good in rice too.

    Egg noodles, cooked and then tossed with some sauteed mushrooms and fresh green onions and pepper.

    Grill or panfry a plate of thick sliced peppers and onions and fresh garlic.

    A nice tzatziki (grated cucumbers, plain yogurt, sour cream, onion, salt and lotsa dill) with pita bread would be nice too.

    Or a nice cold rice and bean salad with a light vinegarette would be good!

    I also like to take little new potatoes, slice them in several slices, put on a piece of tinfoil, drizzle with olive oil, season to taste (I like the Greek seasoning or Mrs. Dash on these) wrap well in foil and roast in oven or on the bbq. If they are smaller, they won't take very long to cook.

    Happy cooking!

    :)

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  • 1 decade ago

    Try my Confetti Coleslaw:

    Thinly slice equal parts green cabbage, & red cabbage.

    Remove the central stems & coarse outer leaves first.

    Grate 1 cup of carrot for each quarter cabbage used.

    Mix with 1/4 cup coleslaw dressing for each 1/4 cabbage.

    Add 1/4 cup canned pineapple tid-bits & chopped walnuts.

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  • Volbia
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    personally i always liked butterfly shrimp, hushpuppies and a few fries.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Cole slaw, corn on the cob, a nice tossed salad, rice pilaf, fresh fruit, to name a few. Because frying can make a food heavier, I would make sure the sides are lighter.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Maybe you could prepare chili fries, or garlic bread.Or you could even make a rice dish, something you like.

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  • 1 decade ago

    A green like collard greens or green beans and rice is my favorite- or quinoa, which is SUPER EASY.

    I also like to use a little coconut in the batter- adds a nice touch.

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