Loaded Avocado Shrimp Salsa Recipe – Natasha’s Kitchen

Loaded Avocado Shrimp Salsa Recipe – Natasha’s Kitchen


– Hey, it’s Natasha of NatashasKitchen.com and this is our favorite
salsa of all time. It’s loaded with shrimp, avocado, and one surprising ingredient. We’ll start with one pound of
peeled and deveined shrimp. Lightly season that with salt and pepper. Place a large skillet
over medium-high heat and add a tablespoon of oil. Once that’s hot, add the
shrimp in a single layer and saute for about three minutes total or just until cooked through. Remove the shrimp from the
pan so they don’t overcook. Then coarsely chop them up and transfer to a large mixing bowl. (upbeat music) Squeeze the juice of three medium limes right over your shrimp. Be sure to use fresh lime
juice because it makes all the difference. Give that a stir and let
the shrimp sit and marinate while you chop the rest
of your ingredients. Dice half of an english cucumber, and I’m using garden cucumbers here, and add them to the mixing bowl. (upbeat music) Now dice three to four
medium-firm tomatoes and add them to the mixing bowl. (upbeat music) Now peel, pit, and dice
two large avocados. You can use medium avocados
but I prefer the large ones. And add them right to the mixing bowl. There is no such thing
as too much avocado. (upbeat music) You can’t have a salsa
without onion so finely dice one small onion and add it to the bowl. (upbeat music) Onion pretty much always makes
me cry but it is so worth it. Last but not least, chop and add half a
bunch of fresh cilantro. I am so excited right now because all that’s left to do is stir. Make sure everything is
coated in that super yummy fresh lime juice ’cause
that’s where the flavor’s at in this salsa. To be honest, I’m desperate for it because this is my very
favorite salsa of all time. My husband and I eat this all the time. The avocado makes it a little bit creamy and it smells so good. I love that the cucumber
kind of bulks it up and it tastes really
good, adds a nice crunch. Are you guys looking at this? (laughs) I know you wanna dunk a chip in here. Okay, that’s what I’m gonna do right now. (upbeat music) Oh. Dunh dunh dunh. Here we go. Mmm. That’s so good. (laughs) The lime juice gives it
such a fresh pop of flavor. It’s also really good with hot sauce. So if you want to serve it with hot sauce, if you like a little heat, I would suggest that, that’s what we do. I hope you guys love this recipe. I know you will because
we’re totally crazy about it and how can you not? Shrimp, creamy avocado, tomatoes, cucumbers. Everything about is good. (laughs) If you enjoyed this video, give me a great big thumbs up below. Make sure to subscribe
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100 thoughts on “Loaded Avocado Shrimp Salsa Recipe – Natasha’s Kitchen

  1. This is our all-time-favorite salsa and we've probably made it 100 times (NO KIDDING!). I hope you fall in love with it also! 🙂

  2. I'm eating this daily as my large meal of the day(fasting diet). I was wondering if you knew roughly about how many calories are in this recipe. Thanks in advanced

  3. Cucumber no. Jalapeno pepper, yes. And that's too much onion and you forgot the salt. The addition of the shrimp sounds good.

  4. I love all the ingredients. I can't wait to try it. I've been looking for something that is diabetic friendly. And I think I can prep this recipe. Can you use any cucumber or does it have to be the one in the video?

  5. You could add ketchup and orange soda to that, plus a bit of cocktail sauce and make a Mexican shrimp cocktail!!! 😋😋😋 TFS your recipe!!

  6. This is such an easy recipe. Thank you for sharing. I make it all the time especially during this (summer) time with some beer on the side.

  7. So far two of the Mexican dishes I’ve seen her do, she doesn’t call them what they really are. That’s the problem. Give credit to the the culture. Say this is my take on “Mexican ceviche” instead of renaming it like it’s your own idea.

  8. The lime makes me see Moscow😆🤤👍👍👍 thank you for the recipe looks very delicious 🥑🥑🥑🥒🍤🍤🍤

  9. I will be makin this. My girlfriend is a vegetarian so I will follow recipe minus the shrimp, and make another batch with shrimp. You're the best chef on youtube!

  10. Hola Natasha eres tan creativa y tienes un .Artes muy especial gracias ati tendré a mi esposo feliz cuando nos casamos con tus maravillosa recetas tan delicioso y creativo Dios te bendiga mucho

  11. Can't wait to try but will leave out the cilantro. Can't stand that taste. Maybe add in some Hatch, New Mexico chopped green chili and garlic!!

  12. Its call ceviche not salsa 😂😂 WE ALWAYS PUT AVOCADO… TOO SOO IDK ABOUT THIS.. And salsa TO US is usually Like liquid salsa not Ceviche.

  13. It’s not okay that you stole our recipe and called it your own. Not cool seriously. This is ceviche even if the shrimp is cooked and doesn’t have tomatoes juice it’s ceviche and is Mexicans made it first respect the culture that made this.

  14. Where do you get your avocados 🥑
    All the videos where you use avocados, they’re all sooo ripe, green, smooth etc!
    I appreciate your channel so much!

  15. Omg..i cant believe how hateful some posters are!! Salsa, ceviche wth ever..she made it her way so let her eat and enjoy…im sorry but you dont have to watch or post if you dont like the title..

  16. I don't eat seafood nor meat, but I made this for a friend's birthday party and it was a hit! Love this recipe.

  17. Avacado shrimp salsa salad????? Don't you mean CEVICHE. Everybody this his basically a Hispanic/Latino recipe called CEVICHE..I don't mean to be rude lady by call it what it is.

  18. This is delicious. I tried this for a baby shower recently and people loved it so much. I also tried the salad and these are my go to dishes from now on. Thank you so very much. Love it!

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